Big Brother 17: Who Went Home Last Night? Double Eviction Show Results| August 14, 2015 at 6:00 AM EST
Last night on Big Brother 17 the Houseguests faced a Double Eviction challenge where two more Houseguests were eliminated as we watched what was another exciting and surprising live show.
Heading in to last night’s events the House had nearly unified to vote out Shelli, who started out as a pawn for Becky, but soon became the real target when Vanessa found surprising support in the Goblins alliance. But what will happen in Round Two? It’s time to find out.
Julie announced to the Houseguests at the start of the show that they’re about to hit a Double Eviction and the race will be off. A quick eviction vote followed by a new Head of Household comp, nominations, Veto comp and Ceremony, and finally a second eviction.
Julie reminds the HGs the evictees may have a chance to get back in the game as they prepare to vote.
Big Brother 17 Week 7 Votes:
- Austin votes to evict: Shelli
- Steve votes to evict: Shelli
- James votes to evict: Shelli
- Meg votes to evict: Shelli
- Jackie votes to evict: Shelli
- That’s enough votes. It’s official.
- Julia votes to evict: Shelli
- John votes to evict: Shelli
- Liz votes to evict: Shelli
By a vote of 8-0, Shelli Poole has been evicted.
The remaining nine HGs, not counting Becky as the outgoing HoH, will head in to the backyard to compete for the next HoH. HGs were shown a series of video clips and we expect that will be the Q&A source tonight.
Big Brother 17 Week 7.5 HoH comp – “Getting Loopy”:
- Round 1: False – all are right
- Round 2: False – James, Meg, Jackie, & Liz are out
- Round 3: False – all are right
- Round 4: False – Julia & Vanessa are out
- Round 5: True – all are right
- Round 6: True – Steve wins, Austin & John are out
Steve is the new HoH!
Our new HoH will have just a few mins in the commercial break to decide the nominees before the official announcement.
Big Brother 17 Week 7.5 Nominations:
- Steve nominates: Jackie & Meg
These nominees and the HoH will be joined by three other people for a rapid paced Power of Veto competition in the backyard.