Eviction prediction time for Big Brother 16 this week’s second eviction arrives and this one could catch its target in quite the blindside. There’s only one vote up for grabs so there isn’t much to consider.
I’ll be discussing the latest spoilers ahead including Veto results which have not been revealed on the show yet, so if you’re keeping tonight a surprise then stop reading now.
Tonight’s eviction would hinge on who won the last Power of Veto of BB16. Derrick already had safety to the F3 and if anyone else won it the Veto would do the same for them. Those spoilers are in and while things now look set for the next elimination, there’s always room for a surprise.
The voting is now open on CBS.com for America’s Favorite Player to be decided. Which of the season’s sixteen BB16 Houseguests will earn the title and the prize? The polls close 10AM PT on September 22nd and fans will want to be sure to vote every day to support who they think has earned the title.
There is plenty of drama online regarding who is going to win with Frankie asking his sister to campaign for him while his mother suggests that’d be no different from any other HG’s family from doing the same. It’s certainly possible that Frankie could win through their efforts and I wouldn’t see that happening without it, but with six more days of voting and twenty votes a day there’s still a solid chance for Big Brother fans to vote in their own AFP. That has raised a lot of “support Donny or Zach?” discussions.
Based on our weekly popularity polling Donny could be the leading favorite with nearly fifty percent of the vote week after week in our polls. However, our polls are certainly not official and do not have the same voter pool as CBS will be collecting in their official AFP poll here so support your own favorite.
Remember that the Final Two HGs are not eligible to win the prize, so for example if Derrick and Cody are in the F2 and Derrick actually got the most votes then CBS would go down the list until they reached the first HG not in the F2. CBS would not announce that they had to do that though.
Who will you be supporting to win America’s Favorite Player for Big Brother 16? Vote now in our unofficial poll (these votes will NOT count towards the official results) and share your thoughts below.
You have 20 votes a day, everyday through mid-day Monday. Go vote now in the real poll!
CBS has officially announced casting is now open for Big Brother 17. Of course it’d be nice to see a press release confirming the new season in 2015, but this is a fantastic indicator of more Big Brother.
Future Houseguests should start preparing their online application videos for submission because the Big Brother casting website is currently accepting submissions.
We could be watching you next summer, but you can’t be a HG if you don’t apply. Well, also if you’re not 21 and a US citizen, but there’s a whole list of eligibility requirements you’ll want to review.
To apply, you’ll need to submit a video and current picture of yourself along with completing the online form. If you do not have a video, then they’ve got your covered. New this season is a way on their site to record a video during the application process. That’s slick.
Frankie Grande was evicted from Big Brother last night after an impressive run of competition wins offset by an often over-the-top, seemingly constant “on” performance that left him as easily the most polarizing character on Big Brother 16. The Frankie I met in our preseason interview soon gave way to someone who seemed to be on a 90-day audition as he transitioned from one character to the next and eventually pushing his sister’s fame so much even CBS referred to him simply as “Ariana’s brother.”
Frankie’s role on Team America gave him the opportunity to raise funds for his charity as well as repeatedly put his one time close ally Zach in the danger zone. Certainly an interesting divide of behavior to watch this season which I’m sure managed to earn him plenty of fans as he leaves the game and returns to his life as a YouTube personality.
I had the chance to ask Frankie about some of his more notable moments in the season, but when it came to the topics of his choice words toward HGs like Jocasta, Victoria, and Nicole those questions did not make the cut. I imagine plenty of Big Brother fans will pose those questions to him soon enough.
Matthew Boyer – Big Brother Network (BBN): When we spoke preseason you were concerned someone would recognize you. Since that did not happen even with clues of your name and sister’s name, why did you decide to reveal your sister’s fame and did it help your game?
Frankie Grande: I had hit rock bottom and I knew that for me to continue on in this game, I had to do something drastic. The time I chose to reveal my true identity and who my family really is, was not only perfect but necessary. I ultimately went from going home, to one of the last men standing. So yes, I think it helped.
BBN: Your announcement that you were playing for charity is a great benefit for that organization and was certainly a surprise since you hadn’t mentioned that in our interview. Did you have to improvise that plan to help your position in the game? Will you be donating your entire Big Brother earnings to the charity?
Frankie: I have always been playing this game for charity. And yes, all of my earnings will go to “buildON” to help build schools across the world for children who do not have access to education. I was reluctant to reveal that because I thought it would make me a big target. Like I always say, “Go Grande or Go Home,” and I did both.
BBN: Zach seemed to be your closest ally, but you turned on him very early in the season pushing him as a target to others, using him as the fall guy for many of your Team America missions, and eventually even backdooring him. Why did you so quickly and repeatedly betray him and how do you think that helped your game?
Tonight starting at 8PM ET/PT we’ll see Derrick announce his nominations, the HGs will all compete for the Veto, and then on the live portion of the show just one HG will announce who will be evicted next. Of course we’ve got the spoilers on the first half of the show if you just can’t wait!
At the end of the show we’ll see the Final HoH 3-part competition kick off and these are always fun. Naturally, CBS deactivated sign-ups for the Feeds, so hopefully you were able to get on already so you’re ready in case we get to see the comp play out online. If not, no worries, we’ll have all your updates here throughout the night as always.
Last night after the F5 elimination on Big Brother 16 we were glued to the Live Feed waiting for some very important spoilers. Even though the show only took us up through the Head of Household competition things had moved well past that in the house and we were ready to find out the rest.
The HoH comp we saw was actually held on Monday so to be ready for tonight’s live show the remaining Houseguests had to go through a Nominations Ceremony along with a Power of Veto competition. Once Feeds returned we were able to confirm the results and get an idea of what’s going to happen next.
The nominations were inconsequential outside of who made them given that person would be HoH and secure a spot in the F3. Once you get down to the F4 you can get nom’d or dodge the block but it doesn’t matter until the Veto is decided with just one player avoiding those orange chairs come eviction.