Big Brother 20: Nicole And Victor Get Engaged; Many Past HGs Visit

The Big Brother 20 Live Feeds were down for just shy of six hours on Friday, leaving fans confused. Was it a luxury competition? Did someone get expelled? Were the Live Feeds turned off by accident? Nope. Showmance fans are going to be thrilled with the reason. It was actually the second official Big Brother engagement! This time it was Victor Arroyo and Nicole  Franzel who met during the season Nicole won, Big Brother 18.

When the Live Feeds returned late Friday afternoon, we had no signs of what had been going on. But then slowly the HGs started discussing past HGs who had been there and then we notice “Congrats Nicole and Victor” written on the peg board. A little later Tyler tells Sam that Victor was the one who proposed to Nicole.

And apparently Nicole wasn’t asked to marry Victor just in front of the Big Brother 20 houseguests, but a whole list of other past houseguests including Daniele Donato Briones, Britney Haynes, Paul Abrahamian, Derrick Levasseur and Josh Martinez. We will keep you posted on any more past HGs that were there. It sounds like there was a whole “audience” full, according to Tyler.

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We can definitely expect this to show up on Sunday night’s episode since the Head of Household competition played out live Thursday so there won’t be any competition footage to go along with the nomination ceremony.

It will be exciting to see so many faces back in the Big Brother house. Who are you most excited to see? Who do you hope you’ll see that we haven’t had confirmation on?

This has been a big year for Big Brother showmances as Daniele and Dominic Briones welcomed their first daughter recently and Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd (who got engaged much like this during Big Brother 16) just welcome their second son Thursday. Congratulations to Nicole, Victor and all the other Big Brother alumni celebrating anything!



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