Celebrity Big Brother Episode 6 Recap: The House Turns On Shannon

Anyone who thought Omarosa would be toast by now on Celebrity Big Brother was wrong. She’s once again sitting pretty as the house has again decided on a new target.

Wednesday night’s episode picks up right after Keshia’s eviction. Omarosa is thanking people for listening to Keshia. You, know because she was worried for Keshia and it has nothing to do with her staying in the house thanks to Keshia’s request.

And since Monday night’s episode seemed like Keshia’s breastmilk suddenly dried up in that 60 minutes, we get a flashback to two hours before eviction to show us that Keshia had actually started her campaign to leave then.

Keshia tells the others that her breast milk has depleted and she really needs to go home to feed her daughter. Brandi tells her that she has to feed her kids, too — maybe not breast milk, but she still has to feed them. Basically, Brandi thinks Keshia is being selfish because she’s not the only parent in the house. She also says this is messing up her game by Keshia wanting to go home. Omarosa, of course, isn’t thrilled with Brandi berating Keshia like that.

Meanwhile, Shannon doesn’t understand why Keshia made the speech because she thought they were all sending Keshia home anyway. Shannon some how didn’t find out she was a possible backdoor plan and is living in ignorant bliss. For now.

After we get back to this round of Celebrity Big Brother, it’s time for the HOH competition. And it’s basically a miniature golf game. Hey, these celebrities are delicate. OK, so it’s not as easy as it first seemed. They have to be the fastest person to get a hole in one from three different stations. Brandi is up first and gets through the game in 5:56.

Shannon is up next. And she does a bit better than Brandi with 3:04. So Shannon is the one to beat now. Omarosa is up next. She can’t beat Shannon’s time and is out. Marissa follows Omarosa and times out, too. Shannon remains in the lead.

Ariadna is up next and after a bad start, she kicks into gear and ends up with a time of 2:18, beating Shannon. And Omarosa is so happy that you’d think Shannon would be a bit suspicious. Nope. Still ignorant bliss.

Metta is up next and he cannot beat Ari. Mark follows Metta and he lets us know that he’s going to throw this HOH because he does not need to win it. And throw it he does.

James is the last person up. And he almost does it. He misses by one second. Ari wins HOH. And Shannon is happy. And so is Omarosa. The way Omarosa is acting still hasn’t seemed to tip Shannon off.

Shannon and James think Metta and Omaraso are the targets this week so they’re very happy Ari won. Elsewhere, Ross agrees with Metta and Omarosa going up and then backdoor Shannon. But Ari isn’t sure which route she wants to take just yet.

When Ari and Omarosa let Metta in on the target this week, he really likes the idea of Shannon going up but he says Ari has to put up Shannon and James outright. Ross still wants to backdoor Shannon but Ari and Brandi think that’s too risky to let Shannon win veto and save James.

Since the target is set, Ari’s groups decides to not let Metta or Omarosa leave Ari’s side so Shannon and James can’t talk to the HOH about her plans. After at least a half  a day of this (on the Live Feeds it seemed like forever) Shannon FINALLY realizes that that she’s going up. She says she knows since no one will look her in the eyes that she’s their target (Rumor has it Dan Gheesling told her if they won’t look you in the eye, you’re going up before she went in the house).

It’s time for nominations and Shannon starts blowing things up before Ari even comes down stairs with the nomination box. Brandi tells her that she aligned with James and that they’re a dangerous duo. And then Omarosa asks Shannon if she was campaigning against her while she was in the hospital. Shannon says no. Well now there’s no reason for Ari to make her nominations because everyone just confirmed it. What a crazy episode.

When Ari finally does get to make her nominations, she tells James and Shannon that it’s not personal and that they’re the biggest competitiors in the house. Shannon is defeated, but James is ready to fight. Who knows what hill happen come eviction time with these houseguests.

Who do you want to see go home this week?


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