Big Brother 17: Counting The Votes In Week 3

In two short days the next Big Brother 17 eviction vote will arrive and the Houseguests will step inside the Diary Room to cast their votes. Who will it be this week?

Vanessa and Shelli counting the votes on Big Brother
Vanessa and Shelli counting the votes on Big Brother – Source: CBS All Access

The Veto Ceremony was held on Monday giving us the final noms of the week and setting us up to start taking a look at who is most likely to stay and who will go next.

Jeff Weldon and James Huling are in the hot seats after John used the Veto to take himself off the Big Brother Block. There are eleven votes up for grabs between the two which means it’ll take at least six to stay and there’s no chance of a tie-breaker. Vanessa’s role is over.

If the Last Laugh twist was out there this week then I’d say Jeff had a shot, but it isn’t and he doesn’t. He does have at least two votes and possibly a third from hinky-voter Audrey if she follows her regular trend.

Jeff’s two votes come from Jackie Ibarra, who has been honest in telling him he’s doomed, but she’ll still vote from him. Then the second vote will be from John McGuire. Flashback on the Live Feeds to 2:32AM BBT 7/14 Cams 3/4 to hear John explain.

Steve Moses is asking John what he thinks will happen in the vote. John volunteers that he expects it to be just him and Jackie voting to keep Jeff. He says it’s not an issue of James being disloyal to him, but Jeff has always been good to John so he’s going to see that through.

I don’t think this vote will cause problems for John. He’s well liked by the house and has done enough favors while being open and upfront about this choice that it shouldn’t come back to bite him. All the same, like he pointed out, it won’t be enough.

Should Jeff manage those three votes he’ll still be evicted from Big Brother 17 8-3 on Thursday night. What do you think will happen at this upcoming vote? Can Jeff flip the vote or is he done? Vote now in our poll below and tell us what you expect.


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