Big Brother returned for its live eviction show and we prepared to find out who went home last night before two more Heads of Household were crowned for the week in a 90’s themed competition.
Houseguests James Huling and Jeff Weldon gave the house one last plea in hopes of staying in the game and the Big Brother 17 house, but they’d have to do it without any special Gronk twist powers this time around.
The latest results are in for this week’s Big Brother 17 eviction and with another player gone it was time for two other players to step up and take control. This pair of Houseguests will be working overnight on their nominations to be ready for Friday morning’s announcement of their decisions.
It was a 90’s themed HoH competition where we watched as the Fly Girls imposters jumped around and then HGs had to recall aspects of the performance. It was beyond bizarre and I’m still not sure why it happened or what was going on. Who ate Big Brother’s budget this year?
Big Brother 17 – Week 4 Heads of Household:
So in a few hours, Big Brother 17’s week three will officially be in the books and we’ve had a lot of interesting developments over the last few days.
Some people have continued to impress, while others have hit some turbulence as they try to figure out this game we call “Big Brother.”
Jeff hasn’t given up even with the numbers stacked against him and maybe that’s because he keeps feeling like he’s making progress as he appeared to do last night with Clay Honeycutt.
The votes for who is going home tonight on Big Brother have been fairly set despite Jeff’s best efforts to change his fate. Overnight a few new talks came up that left HoH Vanessa less than confident in the support she was receiving, but would it change anything?
Jeff was working hard to rekindle the original trust he had with Clay and Shelli but it just didn’t seem to be working, or did it? Clay told Vanessa he was 90% sure he’d vote out Jeff. Guess how well that went over?
Get ready for another eviction tonight on Big Brother 17 starting at 9/8c on CBS when Vanessa Rousso looks to lock in her target for eviction. Well, not her target, but at least it’s someone’s target.