Eviction time for the Big Brother 18 Houseguests as another person will be evicted after Julie Chen reveals the vote. Frank Eudy and Bridgette Dunning are about to see their alliance split up unless this late arrival twist shakes things up, but for now let’s get ready for the vote.
We’ve got nine votes this week on Big Brother 18 despite there being only eight last week and we evened out on Houseguests after losing one and gaining another. Well, the Roadkill twist ended and dropped us back to two noms, not that a single third nominee drew a single vote this season. So who goes tonight? Let’s get to it.
Another eviction awaits us tonight on the Big Brother 18 live show as Houseguests Frank Eudy and Bridgette Dunning find themselves in the hot seat with just nine votes between them and the exit. But it might not be over just yet for either of them.
CBS didn’t squeeze the new secret room adventure and Round Trip ticket twist in to Wednesday’s show, but the Feedsters already know that every Houseguest has in his or her hands a chance to boomerang right back in to the house once evicted and that opportunity starts tonight.
It seems like Frank’s Big Brother 18 fate is sealed this week despite his continued campaigning, but as for what could happen next week is beginning to shift a bit. Read on to find out who has a growing target on their back.
Big Brother 18 Live Feed Highlights – Wednesday, July 27, 2016:
Tensions were high on Wednesday night’s episode of Big Brother 18 as Frank went all in to save himself this week and the house didn’t like seeing someone actually play the game. Oh, and OTEV returned to taunt Frank like it did in Season 14. And taunt it did.
The episode picks up right after James nominated Frank and Bridgette, despite promising Bridgette that he wouldn’t put her up before she threw the competition to him.
Our latest poll is open for this week’s Big Brother 18 popularity contest where you can vote up your favorite Houseguests of the 2016 season. We’ve also got our results from last week so we can make our new rise and fall comparison of the summer.
Once again all sixteen Houseguests are here in the poll so even if they’ve been voted out you can still support your favorite.
Paul Abrahamian is an interesting Houseguest for Big Brother 18. He’s loud, he’s obnoxious, he’s Paul. Last night he reminded us all of that when he put an overly elaborate plan in to action all to extract a little bit of information from Bridgette Dunning.
It was late in the night when Paul sat Bridgette down and told her he had unfortunate news. Her closest ally is against her and no one likes her, but if she tells him everything she knows then maybe he can help her.