The Big Brother 18 Houseguests will face twice the regular evictions this week as we head in to an accelerated schedule to get us through the remaining five HGs and final weeks of the BB18 schedule.
Houseguests have been suspecting a rapid fire elimination coming up with Julie’s announcement that there’d be no more Double Evictions this season, but they still don’t know quite what to expect. We do though so let’s get ready for it.
The Power of Veto competition arrives later today for the final five remaining Big Brother 18 Houseguests with the pressure on for the Sitting Ducks to secure safety for one of them before the upcoming early eviction.
Update: Veto Comp is underway as of 1:15 PM BBT this afternoon.
There’s been no secret kept this week as to which of the guys is the target to go but that doesn’t let the other Duck off the hook. Should the target secure his safety then it’ll be the end of the road for his partner.
It was nomination day in the Big Brother 18 house and Nicole and Corey decided to ditch their deal with Paul and Victor and put them on the block. Victor was none too happy and made it known as Paul remained reserved, as he’s likely looking ahead in life in the game after Victor. If that’s how the week plays out. Read on to find out the target and what the HGs are thinking after today’s event.
Big Brother 18 Live Feed Highlights – Friday, September 9, 2016:
Yes, we’ve got the workings of another alliance flip this week and that’s no big surprise given the way this Big Brother season has been going. Heading in to tonight’s ceremony the side about to be targeted was half worried and half completely convinced they were good, but both promised fury if they weren’t. Good times on the Feeds.
Read on to find out which two Houseguests better get ready to play for that Veto comp on Saturday!
Big Brother 18 Week 12 Nominations:
Natalie Negrotti made it to the Final Six of Big Brother 18 despite a rough start as part of the Revolution alliance. By the end of the season she had successfully aligned closely with James but that same partnership lead to her eviction when the HGs moved to split up the couple. Now on her way to join the BB18 Jury we had the chance to ask Natalie a few questions about the game.
Daring to make big moves ultimately came back to bite Natalie in the game but the non-game drama of her relationship with James overtook the focus of her final week in the house. With the opportunity to ask her about her game we wanted to know more about how things shaped her season, who she thinks will is playing the best game, and more.
If you’ve watched the Big Brother Feeds or followed along with online recaps then you’ve fully come to expect the CBS TV version of Big Brother to vary wildly with incomplete scenes, out of context comments, and often completely slanted representations often at odds with the reality of the game. Now we’re even getting that on our Live Feeds thanks to Nicole Franzel.
This isn’t an isolated incident in the season and with it coming from one of the returning Houseguests it’s possible we’ve got another negative side effect of bringing back people who are already intimately familiar with the way not only production operates but how the audience receives them. When the HGs are more concerned about “packages” for the next episode than playing the game, then we’ve got a problem.