Aaryn counting her fans

Thursday night marks the third eviction of the BB15 season and with three nominees on the block there are more choices than any season before. But once again this week the attention is likely to focus on just two of the nominees with the third unlikely to get any eviction votes.

While last week saw some incredible 11th hour flipping in the Big Brother house, I’m not so sure that’ll happen again this time around. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the vote counts for who is most likely to be evicted on Thursday night.

The current row of Big Brother 15 nominees includes Spencer, Aaryn, and the renom Jeremy. The bulk of the house has been set of getting Jeremy out all week and they appear close to pulling it off. He won’t be sent out unanimously though as Spencer is the obvious target for the Mean Girls alliance.

There will be ten votes this week plus the chance for a tie-breaker from Helen as the current HoH. Here’s how the votes should break down:

  • Voting to evict Jeremy: Amanda, Andy, Candice, Elissa, Howard, Jessie, Judd, & McCrae
  • Voting to evict Spencer: GinaMarie & Kaitlin

Things are clearly stacked against Jeremy, but to his credit he hasn’t given up. Jeremy has been on his best behavior and offering up deals left and right. He spent over an hour talking with Helen last night in the HoH room and appeared to getting her to at least consider the idea of keeping him. Unfortunately for him Elissa and Andy quickly shut down that discussion. Andy doesn’t trust him and Elissa summed up her emotions by reminding him he rubbed her hat down his ass crack.

Should anything flip I’d expect it to be Aaryn who goes home rather than Spencer. One way or the other the Mean Girls are either going to lose a member or a supporter.

Do you think Jeremy is the right choice to evict? I know many of us would rather seen Aaryn done and gone from this season, but as a BB15 HG it’s understandable that they have more to worry about coming from Jeremy than her.


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