Pressure is on for the win across the board this week in the Big Brother 17 house for today’s Power of Veto competition that could decide which side of the house will be split.
We’re waiting on very important results that will tell us whether Liz and Austin can stay united or if the pairs will both face that everyone should be fighting to win. Should be. One of the Houseguests might have other plans.
Late last night after the Big Brother 17 Feeds returned we heard an interesting pitch from John to Liz and Austin that could have a big impact on Saturday’s Veto competition.
With nominations made official and John’s back against the wall he’s ready to make another daring or possibly foolish decision to help move him past Final 5 and give him a shot at the Final 3.
The Live Feeds went dark for roughly fourteen hours starting just before the nominations ceremony Friday morning leaving us with a long delay to confirm what we expected. But now things are back in go mode and we’re ready to update.
Big Brother 17 Week 12 Nominations:
CBS has announced, via their Big Brother Live Feeds news ticker, that the Feeds would be going down Friday, September 11th, for roughly fourteen hours due to a compressed schedule of events leading up to the season finale.
Update: Feeds finally returned around 1:35 AM BBT, more than two hours later than promised.
Last night the Houseguests wrapped up the HoH competition and after a few hours of a frantic scramble by Vanessa to secure her targets a quick trip to the Diary Room brought news to the Houseguests that they’d need to be ready sooner than normal.
Julia Nolan exited the Big Brother 17 house on Thursday when the Houseguests unanimously voted out over her sister Liz per the twins’ request. Now on the outside and heading to Jury we got a chance to ask Julia about her experience
As part of the Twin Twist Julia and her sister lasted weeks and weeks past what I expected which certainly proved to be an impressive feat. So what was it like playing as her sister? What might she have done differently on her own? And who would have been her F3 if she had stayed this week? Read on to see what Julia told us.
All season we’ve watched as Big Brother Houseguest Vanessa Rousso navigated the sides of the house while avoiding committing too deeply to one group or the other. Now at Final Five she will have to make that choice and split up a remaining alliance.
Caught between two sides with a showmance on one and a makeshift duo on the other Vanessa is now forced to choose between them as she prepares to make a big decision this week.