Jeff Weldon – Big Brother 17 Eviction Interview – Update: Exclusive Pop TV Sneak Peek Clip From BBAD| July 17, 2015 at 4:00 PM EST
Jeff Weldon became the third Houseguest of Big Brother 17 to walk out the front door following the closest eviction vote yet of the season. Now that Jeff is out he’s ready to tell us about the experience and what he’s got planned next.
After relentlessly campaigning for his life in the Big Brother house we saw Jeff voted out 7-4 which left a frantic house desperate to figure out how things ended up so close. So who surprised Jeff the most in those extra two votes? Read on for more.
These plans were much messier in round three of the same HGs holding all the power. They are running out of extra options and Shelli and Clay have made too many partnerships in the house leaving them with few options. Shelli was in absolute panic mode leading up to the ceremony today.
After Shelli Poole returned to power as one of this week’s Heads of Household along with first-timer Liz Nolan we knew things were likely to work out as a repeat of the past few weeks. Then again… hubris!
These weren’t to be individual HoHs but rather a group effort as Shelli remains clumped with Clay, Austin thinks he owns Liz, and Vanessa is pretty sure she’s calling all the shots. This should work out perfectly, right?
Week 3 was the Vanessa and Austin show in the Big Brother 17 house as Vanessa shifted into hyperdrive and Austin decided he’s God’s gift to all women.
So basically what I’m saying is that this week’s Ewws and Ahhs are going to be a lot of fun! So let’s get down to what I thought were the best and worst moments of Big Brother 17 Week 3!
Vanessa and Clay — I mean Liz and Shelli — are the news Heads of Household so they’ve got to figure who their best targets are and the best plan to get one of them out the door this week. So a lot of the night was spent talking about that.
Big Brother 17 Live Feed Highlights – Thursday, July 15, 2015:
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.