Tonight On ‘Celebrity Big Brother’: Veto & Live Eviction

Julie Chen hosts Celebrity Big Brother

Tonight on Celebrity Big Brother (8/7c) the first eviction of the season has arrived and suddenly it’s not looking quite so certain anymore. At last check during Thursday’s episode, we saw Chuck and James sent to the Block after Keshia usurped Shannon’s throne thanks to the Recast twist. Also, thankfully, that twist is now done and gone for the season. Poof!

With James on the Block he soon became the most certain target for eviction, but wait… welcome to Big Brother! The game is shifting and plans are changing so we could get a surprise vote in this first eviction of the Celebrity season.

But first, before anyone gets voted out we still need to finish up the Power of Veto competition and ceremony. Those events wrapped up days ago so you can check our spoilers page for more details. Once that’s out of the way we’ll be off to the live eviction vote and then the next Head of Household competition.

Don’t forget that this is a 2-hour episode tonight starting at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access. I’d expect the first hour to be mostly pre-recorded content for the Veto events and then in the second hour they’ll shift to the live portion of the show. We’ll be back here doing a live recap starting at 8PM ET so be sure to join us then for the fun!

So far the season is off to a quick start with strategy and gaming out of the gate. These celeb Houseguests came to play and I like it! What’s your reaction to this special season?

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  1. This show is watched predomiantly by women but during an NBC Olympics commercial my wife flipped to CBS Big Brother. LOL. Julie is married to CBS Pres-Chair Les Moonves; CBS is anti Trump and they spotlight Omarosa and then have her featured in 2018 show. Women are pitted against male contestants and, then, a woman finds most letters to spell “Responsibilities” to fit in exact space allowance for that word. Seriously?

  2. Interesting enough the Celebrity Big Brother cast already represents the current national division as a whole and race relations. Not only are the women forming an alliance in the name of ‘woman power’ but the two black female cast members form their racist BGM sub-alliance. If white women or men formed such a racist alliance, everyone would be griping and threatening lawsuits and race claims…but no it’s alright to do it without any repercussions. We can have BET, TVOne, NAACP awards, all black colleges, scholarships and OWN’s all black drama series where the lead director publicly states she’ll only hire female directors, but the current climate is all out negative against anything white men do. Where are the Asians, Hispanics/latinos, etc. other than white or black represented in award shows and tv/movie screens??

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