Yes, CBS gave us two endurance comps back to back and I couldn’t be happier about this! The Houseguests suspected it would be a Double Eviction, but it wasn’t so instead they’ll face another brutal challenge instead of a Q&A competition. After this Thursday’s incredible fight between Vanessa, Clay, James, Shelli, John, and just about anyone else who get in her way the pressure will be on.
Nine Houseguests were voting and what looked like it could be a close vote ended up unanimous after a fight earlier in the day. Once the vote was over Houseguests prepared themselves to find out who won the next HoH in another Endurance Comp.
Another week in the books and how the tides have changed! If we’ve learned anything this week, it’s that you are never safe in the Big Brother house. One minute you planning your final two speech and in the blink of an eye you’re pleading for your life.
We can thank one man for all the drama this week, James Huling. James has jumped up the charts for a lot of people as far as favorite players go, especially if you’re not a fan of the Shelli and Clay showmance or the Sixth Sense.
Tonight on Big Brother the big showmance of the season will be torn apart and sent their separate ways. Sorry, Austin, I didn’t mean you two. No, it’s the end of the road for Shelli and Clay as one will be evicted and the other left behind for the summer.
Update: CBS has just confirmed that tonight’s HoH competition will be an endurance! And yes we will be able to watch it on the Feeds. Sign up now for Live Feeds and be ready to watch!
You’d almost forget a half million dollars were at stake here during tonight’s events, but plenty of other Houseguests haven’t forgotten and they’re ready to pick up the slack and win.
After gaining an extra Houseguest this week there’s again no chance of a tie-breaker so that means James Huling’s role is over and will be sitting back to watch how it all turns out. It’s almost time to see if he gets his wish or if the house goes against him.
It’s happened before where one HG falls for another and then gives up his or her game for the other and it’s often quite a disappointing move, especially when it’s not a strategic decision. This time around it’s no different. Now after some back and forth Clay renewed his efforts overnight to campaign for votes against him.