Big Brother 14 HouseGuest JoJo Spatafora became the latest evictee this week after coming out on the losing end of a 5-1 vote on Thursday night. As one of the more outspoken HGs she became a polarizing player in part for her direct connection to Willie. Despite her attempts to disconnect from Willie the damage was done.
We had a chance to ask JoJo a few questions after her elimination about her strategy, what went wrong, and who she’d like to see take home the Big Brother 14 crown.
Big Brother Network (BBN): It seemed like you waited a long time to start campaigning. What was your strategy in that?
JoJo Spatafora: I didn’t want to come off like I was playing too hard. Also, it is better sometimes to get in people’s ears that last day and a half. I decided to lay low and stay quiet. I started campaigning on Wednesday. I knew I had to. I would have been so mad at myself if I didn’t because I would have been thinking what if…
BBN: What went wrong to lead you here instead of Danielle being evicted?
JoJo Spatafora: I really don’t know what went wrong. Nobody had the guts to tell me anything. The only person who told me anything was Joe and he said it was because I was a bigger threat than Danielle. I think Dan really campaigned for Danielle. He has a way with words. Britney didn’t really do much for me. I didn’t really care, though, because if I went far I wanted it to be because of me and not my coach. Also, I know Janelle and Boogie when they saw I beat Wil and Frank in the Veto comps – their golden tickets – it made them aware of the fight that I have.
BBN: How did the coaches twist impact your strategy?
JoJo Spatafora: In the beginning I didn’t think that it would impact my strategy or anyone else’s that much but I don’t know why but people were scared to stand up for what they believed in and did everything their coaches told them to.
BBN: Which remaining HG has the best chance to win this game &, if different, which HG do you want to win?
JoJo Spatafora: I think Frank has the best chance. I hate to say it. Boogie will do everything he can but Frank is physically, mentally and socially a threat. I would like to see Shane win because everyone else voted against me. He deserves it.
JoJo is out of the house, but she may not be out for the season. I continue to believe the evictees, minus Jodi Rollins, are being held in sequester. Depending on how this twist about the coaches entering the game turns out we may end up seeing an evicted HG back in the game. Would you like that HG to be JoJo?
As an added bonus, watch our preseason interview with JoJo Spatafora and see how accurate her plans and predictions turned out.
It was another crazy day of drama on the Big Brother 14 Feeds. We had major butt kissing, the Coaches Comp, rapid fire campaigning and pleading, nominations, and some frantic fallout from Shane’s surprising decisions. Read on to find out what we saw and heard yesterday on the Big Brother Live Feeds.
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Big Brother 14 Live Feed Highlights – Friday, July 27, 2012:
Another week, another round of nominations for Big Brother 14 and we’ve got your spoilers thanks to what we’ve seen on the Live Feeds. The Feeds are on and we’re able to listen in and see who is on the chopping block and who has dodged danger, for now.
Big Brother 14 Week 3 Nominations:
As long as immunity is on the line these Coaches Comps are going to be high pressure. Both Dan and Britney only have one player left and only Dan is at risk of being knocked out this week. Well, not really considering Shane is now making Final 2 deals with Danielle. That leaves Janelle and Boogie with the most to fear heading in to this week’s events. Read on to find out who won the Coaches’ power this week.
We’ve now stepped into the third week of game on Big Brother 14. There’s a new head of household and therefore another shift in power. It’s time to take a look back on the week and figure out who played the best and worst game.
The Top 2 Players:
1. Shane: There’s basically no one else but Shane that played hard enough to fit into the No. 1 spot. He was on the block this week next to JoJo and he won the Veto to take himself off. That’s his second veto in a row. And not to mention he started off week three with an HOH win. And he’s not just ruling the physical game. He’s not playing a bad strategical and social game either. He’s made some deals with Frank and Boogie (that benefits them more than him this coming week), but he was planning ahead. He probably could try to smooth things over with Janelle’s team, though.
Power shifts are always entertaining on Big Brother and this season has not disappointed as we’re now seeing our second week in a row of “outhouse to the penthouse.” Last week Frank was ready to take the opportunity to pursue revenge on his nominator, but that obviously fell apart. This week we might see some real payback.
After the live show ended the HGs were happy and bubbly, but that soon died down and strategy talk returned. Fear and paranoia spread throughout as no one is terribly sure what to expect with Shane in power. Boogie tells Ian that he expects their team to be safe this week and Team Janelle to land in the hot seat. Meanwhile, Jenn is worried Shane will set his sights on Frank. No one agrees on what to expect.
Joe is getting worked up and expects he’ll be nominated alongside Wil. This eventually leads to Joe planning to make Shane a big breakfast-in-bed meal for the next morning. He’s even coordinating timing with Britney. As concerned as Joe is, he might sneak by this week as there are bigger targets than Joe’s DR yelling, as annoying as that is.