Julia has also done well at separating herself from her sister. They definitely have minds of their own and differ on a lot of their opinions. I don’t know if this was a pre-determined strategy on their part (I don’t think it was) but either way, it’s working. How do I know? Well, when Vanessa Rousso is voicing concerns about Austin and Liz to Julia and essentially developing plans with her to get them on board with certain topics, they’re in good shape.
If Julia wants to get to the end, she needs to keep doing what she is doing and hope that Liz and Austin keep doing what their doing (winning comps and snuggling). If that occurs, Julia will have a strong alliance as long as they’re together and if the house flips, she has both her sister and Austin in front of her. If she does make it to the final two, the real question will be, does she have the ability to convince the jury to vote for her? I know one thing. If she gets there, she already has two votes…
Instead of knocking someone this week, I’m going to give an honorable mention. I don’t know if John McGuire is going to stay this week but regardless of whether he does or not, THIS is how you play the game! It’s never too late to make moves, campaign, and try to convince people to keep you.
There are many people who apply every year to be on the show and would kill to be in that house and Johnny Mac hasn’t lost sight of that. You have two options in this situation; crawl into the have-not room for the week and pout…or you can fight! Johnny Mac has chosen the latter and as not only a former houseguest, but also a fan, I commend him for that.
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