It’s been a busy week and it’s all going to be coming to a head tonight during the live eviction episode. Everything that Victor’s been working for will finally come to fruition.
Victor nominated Corey and Paulie alongside each other on Friday, marking one of the biggest moves made of the summer. Victor gave Paulie the chance to play in the veto, something that Paulie didn’t give Victor the chance to do. However, Paulie lost that veto, sealing his fate going into tonight’s eviction. The promise Victor made from sequester to go after Paulie is being fulfilled tonight.
We’ve finally made it to the first double eviction of the summer, one of the most action packed and exciting nights that all Big Brother fans look forward to each year!
Not only is it double eviction night, but tonight’s first eviction is going to be a big one too. Most of the houseguests are finally turning on Paulie after being under his rule nearly the entire summer, finally catching onto his game and how he’s managed to control everyone else’s decisions for them.
We finally passed the halfway point of the season, but there is still eleven houesguests left. That number will either go down tonight or remain the same depending on if the evictee has the round trip ticket or not.
This week’s nominees are Bridgette and Da’Vonne. Da’Vonne was the replacement nominee after Paulie won himself the veto and pulled himself off. Da’Vonne, Michelle, and Zakiyah were all under the impression that Bridgette was the main target and the other nominee was just the obvious pawn. However, Paulie, Paul, and their alliance members had other ideas.
We’ve made it to another eviction day in the Big Brother house and this week’s eviction is likely going to be one of the least surprising of the summer. The only thing to change tonight’s outcome would be for everyone’s target to have the round-trip ticket.
This week’s nominees are Bridgette and Frank. James nominated them both outright after promising Bridgette that he wouldn’t. Paulie and his alliance have been waiting for this week to happen for the last three weeks. With the team twist and roadkill competition being over, they finally found the perfect opportunity to nominate Frank alongside his closest ally, Bridgette.
It’s eviction day in the Big Brother house, though this week’s eviction isn’t like any other this summer. This week’s evictee will have the best shot at returning, as they’ll be the final houseguest to compete in the Battle Back competition!
This week’s nominees are Natalie, Tiffany, and Da’Vonne, with only Natalie being the universally accepted pawn. All campaigning this week revolved around getting either Da’Vonne or Natalie out. Tiffany had Frank in her corner, campaigning for her just about every day of the week, who also managed to get Nicole and Corey in her corner, but that is as far as the support went.