July 9, 2013

Big Brother 15 Live Feeds: Week 2 Monday Night Highlights



There’s a lot of campaigning and flip-flopping going on inside the Big Brother 15 house. So a lot can happen between now and Thursday. Right now it seems like either Elissa or Nick could be out the door, so most of the day in the house today was spent figuring who to send out next and who will be the next target.

Read about all the moments from the house  on our Live Feeds highlights below. And remember that you can check out any of these moments by using the Live Feeds flashback/archive feature.

Big Brother 15 Live Feed Highlights – Monday, July 8/Tuesday, July 9, 2013

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July 8, 2013

Big Brother 15 Live Feeds: Week 2 Monday Daytime Highlights



It was Veto Ceremony day in the Big Brother 15 house. So that means Jeremy used the veto on himself and MVP Elissa was forced to make a replacement nominee. Right now things are a bit more mild than you’d think, but it’s still early in the day.

Read about all the moments from the house on our Live Feeds highlights below. And remember that you can check out any of these moments by using the Live Feeds flashback/archive feature.

Big Brother 15 Live Feed Highlights – Monday, July 8, 2013

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July 8, 2013

Julie Chen Responds To BB15 Racism On ‘The Talk’


Julie Chen on The Talk

More than a week after the drama started CBS decided to address the abhorrent behavior by some of the Big Brother 15 HGs. First Aaryn’s comments along with one from GinaMarie were shared as part of last night’s show. Then today on “The Talk,” host Julie Chen spoke personally about what was said and how it impacted her.

“When I first found out that Aaryn, who is a 22 year-old girl, made anti-gay, anti-black, and anti-Asian comments, I have to be honest, you know, the Asian ones hit me the most. I heard her describing Asians as ‘squinty eyed’ and ‘go make a bowl of rice. She said that about Helen, who is Chinese [Editor's note: Helen is Korean, not Chinese.] It stung. I took it personally. I’m a human being.”

Julie went on to explain the worst part was how it took her back forty years in society’s civil progress. “When I was growing up in Queens and when I was seven years old I was getting bullied, getting called a ‘chink’ and people pulling their eyes. It took me back so many years and I thought to myself, ‘wow, I haven’t heard comments like that, the year is 2013, and there are still people who… still live in this country who feel that way and act that way? Yes, there is. Yes, there is.”

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July 8, 2013

David Girton Big Brother 15 Eviction Interview


David Girton eviction interview

David Girton became the first HG to be evicted from Big Brother 15 and the first to fall victim to this season’s MVP twist. I spoke with him today about his time in the house albeit brief, how surprised he was by his eviction, and what he had to say about both his racially insensitive comments and Aaryn’s as well.

BBN: Did you ever question your alliance with Jeremy and his trust before your eviction?

David: Actually, no, not really. I felt like me and him were the Bromance of the house. We connected right away with surfing and skating. We were goofy guys who were always goofing in the backyard. I knew he had my back and I knew what a good-hearted guy he was.

I actually had a conversation before the live show and asked him “Dude, you’re kinda acting weird. Do you have my back?” He looked me in the eye, “you’ll find out on television that I did not vote for you, David.” I knew he had my back all the way. Same with Aaryn. It made me feel good.

BBN: Preseason you told me your strategy was to lay low and go with the flow. You seemed to almost take that to an extreme when there was virtually no campaigning from you ahead of the eviction. Do you regret such a laid back approach?

David: Yeah, dude. Aaryn and I connected right away. I knew she was a good person and the kind of girl I’ve always been waiting for with blond hair, blue eyes plus with a good personality.

I feel like not winning that first HoH cost me or I should have acted like I threw the first HoH.

I think Aaryn had a big impact on my game, to say the least. She kinda told me what to do in some situations and what not to do and was kinda getting mad at me about it. So I feel like Aaryn was kinda like impacting my game in some certain ways because like I couldn’t be myself. If I was to go back in the house I would be way more vocal and in their faces about who they are as a person.

Since I was on the block, I wanted to be quiet and not like get in people’s faces and cause too much drama. I wanted to be that nice, likable guy who was competitive, but it kinda hurt me in the end because of what Amanda said. I hooked up with the biggest B and people were lying to me. I’m not used to people lying to me.

BBN: You said if you had the chance to go back in you’d get in people’s faces about who they really were, but you also mentioned Aaryn being the girl you were waiting for. What’s your take on this Aaryn situation with her comments?

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July 8, 2013

Big Brother 15 Spoilers: Week 2 Veto Ceremony Results


Big Brother Power of Veto

The latest Big Brother 15 Power of Veto ceremony has been held and the results are in on the Live Feeds. With three nominations this season there are even more combinations of what could go down during this ceremony Read on to find out if the Veto was used and who are the latest nominations.

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July 8, 2013

‘Big Brother 15′ Veto Ceremony Later Today In Week 2


GinaMarie scares Nick

Later today on Big Brother 15 the Power of Veto Ceremony will be held where this week’s winner of the PoV can decide what to do and set up a new series of events depending on that outcome.

We’ve been watching the Live Feeds and have a pretty good expectation for what’s heading our way. Read on for the spoilers discussion.

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