Today’s nomination ceremony is going to be the biggest of the summer, with two huge targets being put on the block for the first time together. Just to make things even more interesting, it’s also going to be a blindside!
This week’s HOH is the same person who made nominations last week, Victor. He managed to pull out anther HOH win after Corey won the double eviction HOH. Corey, Nicole, and Paulie still think that they have Victor under control, but what they don’t know is that Paul, someone who they also think they still have under control, has gone rogue, linking up with James, Michelle, and Natalie.
This week will be the first week since James’ HOH that we’re not going to have an obvious pawn put next to a big target. Paulie and Paul were able to successfully get Victor to put up exactly who they wanted up, and people are starting to catch onto that.
Paulie and Paul discussed future targets and mentioned people like James, Michelle, Nicole, and Zakiyah as people they wouldn’t be able to take out themselves, but could get the likes of other Bridgette or Victor to do it for them. With Victor pulling through and winning this HOH, it was time for Paulie and Paul to decide which two they’d like to have Victor nominate.
It’s once again nomination day in the Big Brother house and for the second week in a row, the majority alliance’s plan to get Frank out was once again put to the wayside because Frank was made safe for the week when Paulie was the one who won the HOH. However, a new clear target did emerge.
It didn’t take long before everyone who flipped the vote to keep Tiffany started regretting it, and for good reason. She blew a lot of their game up last night, including leaking a ton of information to Frank and confronting Da’Vonne. Tiffany made herself out to be public enemy #1 with that spiel, but many things can change if she actually is nominated outright by Paulie.
We’ve made it to another Friday morning, which means that it’s time for another nomination ceremony. This week’s HOH is Bridgette, someone who is actually not in the majority alliance or has a deal with the majority alliance.
There is one person who does have Bridgette’s ear, and that is Frank. She’s willing to seriously consider nominating just about anyone he says and even some bigger targets than he’s wanting to have nominated right now. Unlike last week, Bridgette is going to nominate Frank’s main target for him outright instead of trying for a backdoor.
The week has only began but it’s clear that it’s going to be another crazy one. With Paulie winning HOH this week, Victor, Paul, Natalie, and Bronte’s side of the house continue to scramble, doing their best to secure their safety in any way possible.
The plan going into the week was to get Victor out of the house, however, Paulie didn’t know whether they should backdoor him or nominate him outright. Paulie also has to navagate whether he’s going to nominate Paul alongside Victor even after their long conversation last night.