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The second part of the final Head of Household competition has been completed.Although the challenge was blocked on the feeds, viewers did observe the happenings afterwards confirming who had won.
One, possibly two previous winners have paid a call to the Big Brother house. Ian Terry, the winner of Big Brother 14 hosted a superhero-themed Power of Veto Competition over the weekend.
The out of control Amanda Express has gone off the rails once again. Nominated for eviction along with her showmance McCrae, Amanda blew a whole mother board of microchips when she was put up on the block by current Head of Household: GinaMarie.
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The latest chapter in the nasty rivalry began when Elissa complained to McCrae about Amanda rifling through her personal belongings.
» EXCLUSIVE: Rachel Reilly on Elissa HoH Aftermath
A veto win has turned the game upside down. Elissa Slater, the 27-year-old sister of Rachel Reilly, won the Power of Veto and will be taking herself off the block. She along with Helen were nominated by this week’s Head of Household, Aaryn.
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It was one of the most surreal moments in all of Big Brother history.
» EXCLUSIVE: Rachel Reilly talks double eviction
This weekend’s Power of Veto Competition saw some of the HouseGuests walk away with prizes while others suffered humiliating penalties. Although Jessie was the big winner and can now take herself off the block, Judd and Spencer left the Veto Competition with smiles on their faces.
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Like a ship lost at sea, Amanda doesn’t seem to know which way to turn. Spencer winning the Power of Veto and Amanda being the MVP nomination has her scrambling for safety and becoming one of the most paranoid players in Big Brother history. Not part of any solid alliance, Howard, Candice and Spencer are in the most danger of taking a seat beside Julie Chen. This week, Howard, Candice and Amanda are on the block. In the larger scheme of things though, Aaryn, Judd, Andy, Amanda, McRae and Helen have targeted outcast Howard for eviction this week.
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This week, Big Brother reminds us why we LOVE the show! In the beginning of the week, we see Judd win HOH and we think that it's going to be a boring week in the BB house. »Read More
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As Helen’s egocentric HoH reign ends, one HouseGuest cannot stop the tears and another’s worst fears have become a reality. Helen, a self-admitted die-hard Big Brother fan, has allowed her head to expand four hat sizes while wearing the Head of Household robe.
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More times than not, hardcore Big Brother fans don’t make the best players. They overplay their hands. They overthink things. Sometimes absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Making more deals than Monty Hall ever did – Helen – this week’s Head of Household – has muddied the clear waters in the house for no apparent reason. As a political consultant, you would think she would know better.
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It seems the more things change, the more things stay the same in the Big Brother house. When we last left the HouseGuests they were battling in teams for Head of Household. Much to the dismay of most due to her now infamous statements on the live feeds, Aaryn Gries secured the coveted position and immediately began targeting her nemesis: Elissa Slater, the sister of Rachel Reilly. »Read More
» GLOBALTV.COM EXCLUSIVE: Rachel Reilly discusses Elissa's gameplay
Paranoia about what effect the MVP power will have on the game has caused the HouseGuests to circle the wagons and target one specific player. On the live feeds from the house, Elissa Slater, the sister of Season 13 winner Rachel Reilly, has had her back against the wall for almost the entire week. Once some began to figure out her true identity, they assumed she will have an unfair advantage when it comes to the weekly MVP vote by the public. »Read More
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A small town is suddenly and inexplicably sealed off from the rest of the world by a massive transparent dome.
This season, the officers will have to look change right in the eye and learn to adapt – leaving them with some big, bold choices to make.