[Ed. note: For an explanation of the PoV winner discrepancy, please see my note on the respective posts (click here for the details).]
Ready for the first live eviction of Big Brother 10? Allegedly the evictions this season will be shared with a live audience, something we haven’t seen since very early on in Big Brother history. Whether it’s Renny or Brian, the first evictee of Big Brother 10 will walk out the door and meet Julie Chen on the couch tonight.
My prediction? Hands down it’ll be Brian. With ten people voting and eight of them brow beating Jerry into nominating Brian (as we saw on last night’s episode) I think it’s a given. That’s a shame for a couple of reasons. Brian seemed like he’d be an interesting HG to follow with all his plotting and planning. Renny? Not so much. But Brian got cocky, over extended himself, and is about to get cut off because of it. He did this to himself.
In more exciting Big Brother 10 news, there was a huge cat fight in the backyard last night on the live feeds. Apparently April and Keesha aren’t going to mesh very well at all. Arguments were followed by yelling, followed by tears. Keesha feels that April has been busily talking smack about her behind her back and she got fed up with it. Oh these girls are gonna make for great feeds!
Video of the argument after the jump (NSFW):
Update: Big Brother 10 footage removed. RealNetworks, the folks who provide the Superpass Big Brother live feeds access, has sent out a request for all sites to stop redistributing the live feed footage. Sorry guys, looks like you’ll have to join us on the Big Brother 10 uncensored live feeds for yourself to catch all the action!
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