Big Brother Recap: Who Was Evicted? Who Won HOH?

With less than three weeks of Big Brother Season 20 left, loyalties are beginning to waver as we approach finale night. 

We picked up with Haleigh continuing to worry about her fate in the game, and it was rubbing Tyler the wrong way. 

He maintained in the diary room that he wanted Haleigh sent out of the house, but that’s not what the house wanted. 

Meanwhile, JC’s paranoia over Angela’s relationship with Tyler continued to heighten, and things took a turn when he caught Angela rushing away from Tyler’s bed to imply she was not canoodling with her showmance. 

JC worried that this meant he had lost Tyler for good, and he took the news to Brett. That’s when Brett revealed that he did not feel like he was part of that alliance. 

He felt even worse when Scottie said that he learned in the jury house that he (Brett) was being used as a shield for Angela. 

JC continued to try and pull Brett towards his side of the house, and with some deal-making, it could actually happen. 

Brett has flown under the radar for much of the game and has won just one competition. He’s not a threat to anyone right now. 

And if Angela thought Tyler was going to defend her against people coming after her, she could not be more wrong. 

Even though Tyler shut down JC’s plan to put Kaycee and Angela on the block next week, Tyler revealed in the DR that he would not oppose to someone targeting Angela. 

He said that he would not save her because he entered the house to fight for $ 500,000 and that he was not willing to throw it away. 

But JC may soon find himself on the outs with Angela. The latter took to the DR and said that she was growing tired of his meddling and that she would target him if she was given the opportunity.

The final speeches were not all that: Scottie told everyone to suck it, and Tyler threw a towel at him. 

Haleigh channeled Shakespeare to plead her case, but did it work?

  • Brett votes to evict: Scottie
  • Kaycee votes to evict: Scottie 
  • Sam votes to evict: Scottie 
  • Angela votes to evict: Scottie 
  • JC votes to evict: Scottie

Scottie was evicted by a vote of 5-0. Yes, that’s another unanimous vote!

The HOH competition looked very easy. It involved the houseguests balancing a ball along a platform and guiding it into a hole. 

They had to do so three times.

Kaycee stepped up to the challenge and secured the win. She was one second ahead of Brett. 

Julie confirmed that the double eviction will air next Thursday. 

What are your thoughts on the latest eviction? 

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Big Brother continues Sunday on CBS. 


Big Brother Recap: Who Got Evicted? Who Won HOH?

The latest episode of Big Brother kicked off with Rachel Swindler and Brett Robinson on the block for eviction.

Rachel was confident that she would be staying in the house. The reason?

Because her allies told her she was safe. While it would be normal to expect your allies to keep you safe, we need to remember that Rachel was on the block with her fellow ally. 

Rachel worried about being on the block next to Brett, while Tyler was in the HOH room pledging allegiance to Bayliegh. 

In the Diary Room, however, he was saying that he would keep Bayliegh keen until he managed to flush her Power App out of the game. 

Brett got to work on Tyler, saying that the men are becoming extinct in the house and that if the rumors about the all-female alliance are correct, the men could be next. 

Meanwhile, Scottie, Bayliegh Haleigh, Faysal, and Rockstar had a chat and confirmed to each other that Tyler was a vote for their side and that they would not be blindsided on Thursday night. 

Tyler turned to Brett to fill him in on Bayliegh’s power and what it could mean for the future of the game. Brett resolved to use the news to his advantage ahead of the eviction. 

Brett then got in the hammock with Haleigh and tried everything he could to get her vote. She lied, saying that she would be keeping him in the game. 

While that was going down, Faysal walked around the house and kept checking to make sure Brett and Haleigh were not kissing or something. 

It was ridiculous. He was acting as though he owned Haleigh and that she was going against him by speaking with another houseguest. 

Haleigh was open with Brett about there being no showmance between her and Faysal, so it’s going to be fun to see how that pans out. 

We then took a trip outside the house to watch Swaggy C make his way to Bayliegh’s family home to meet them for the first time. 

It went well, and he could be calling them his family if he and Bayliegh can make it work outside the house. The family and Swaggy agreed that Tyler was the one to watch. 

At the live eviction, Rachel was positive in her approach when addressing her fellow houseguests, telling them to vote with their heart and that if she can benefit them, she will try her best. 

We wish we could say the same for Brett, but he went for the jugular. He said that Rachel was the ringleader of a female alliance that was intent on taking the men out of the house. 

He went on to expose Bayliegh’s power, but he made sure to say that it was for “next week.” 

These losers are going to think Rachel was lying all along when Bayliegh refuses to use it. 

  • RS votes to evict: Brett 
  • Angela votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Kaycee votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Scottie votes to evict: Brett 
  • Tyler votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Sam votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Faysal votes to evict: Brett 
  • JC votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Haleigh votes to evict: Brett

Rachel was evicted by a vote of 5-4!

Rachel stormed out of the house as soon as the vote was announced. She was blindsided. In her eviction interview with Julie, she struggled to keep it together. 

Angela’s eviction speech was especially surprising, calling Rachel out for acting crazy since Week 2. 

The HOH competition focused on GIFs the houseguests got to see in the house. Angela won the competition!

Before we left the house for the night, Julie said that the next twist would allow the houseguests to hack the game and that we will get more intel on it on Sunday. 

Well, that was a wild night!

What did you think of it?

Big Brother continues Sunday on CBS.


Big Brother Spoilers: Who Is Getting Evicted?

It’s been a terrible few weeks for the Level Six alliance on Big Brother. 

The loss of Winston Hines dealt a big blow to the alliance two weeks ago, and they will be losing another ally on tonight’s eviction episode. 

We started the week off with Rachel Swindler and Brett Robinson still on the block after Tyler decided against using the veto on either of the nominees. 

Despite Tyler being aligned with them, he knew all about Bayliegh’s Power App that allows her to steal the identity of an HOH, and that was not a chance he was willing to take. 

He worried that Bayliegh would target him next week for eviction with her power. To be fair, she probably would go that route because she feels like she and Tyler are good friends in the house. 

The main issue with Rachel being on the block is that she’s become an emotional mess. It’s sad, but this is a social experiment, and she’s been someone who held it together well until this week. 

Bayliegh, Faysal, Haleigh, Scottie, and Rockstar want Brett gone, but with Bayliegh unable to vote, it’s likely that this vote is going to be super close. 

The reason?

Tyler, Angela, Kaycee, Sam, and JC are planning to send Rachel out the door to keep Brett in the game. JC wants to pin the vote on Scottie, so Bayliegh takes pity on him and sends Scottie out with her power. 

That means the vote will likely be 5-4 to evict Rachel. The positive for Tyler and his puppets is that it will rattle the Foutte alliance before the next HOH competition. 

The competition sounds like it’s going to be the “Before or After” one because the houseguests have been studying the days and timing of events. 

Okay, so Rachel is likely heading out the door Thursday night. 

What are your thoughts on this?

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Big Brother Recap: Who Was Evicted First? Who’s The New Head of Household?

It was the end of the line for one houseguest on Thursday’s episode of Big Brother, and the oddest thing about the hour was the lack of campaigning from either party. 

Maybe Sam Bledsoe knew that she was safe either way with her power, but Steve was sitting a little too pretty for my liking. Luckily for both nominees, their fellow houseguests were deliberating right up until the eviction ceremony. 

Seriously though, the Big Brother live feeds have been on fire the last few days with all of the backstabbings, and it’s only going to get crazier from here on out as the battle lines are drawn by the end of this hour. 

Steve Arienta-Sam Bledsoe

It’s bizarre, but CBS opted to make viewers sit through the obnoxious relationship that is Faysal and Haleigh instead of showing the back and forth. 

It’s Week Two, and we already have two showmances, with one of them about to become a love triangle. Bayliegh and Swaggy C (that name will never stop sounding ridiculous!) are paired off, and it seems Faysal and Haleigh are, too. 

There’s always trouble in paradise in the Big Brother house, and it seems that Kaitlyn is pissed about the latter pairing. The awkward thing about all of it is that she has a thing for Faysal but has been open about having someone back home. 

We thought with Kaitlyn being a life coach she would be able to get her $ hit together, but it seems that she’s losing that spark we noticed in her upon entering the house. 

Could it be that Big Brother took her crystals and oils off her when she entered the house? Should we get Spencer Pratt on the line to ask him if this is a common side effect to not having his crystals? 

In any case, the eviction rolled around, and it was always going to be a close call with the two alliances having a similar amount of players. 

Week 1 Votes:

  • Scottie votes to evict: Sam J
  • C votes to evict: Steve
  • Chris votes to evict: Sam
  • Bayleigh votes to evict: Sam 
  • Rachel votes to evict: Steve 
  • Kaycee votes to evict: Steve 
  • Faysal votes to evict: Sam 
  • Haleigh votes to evict: Sam 
  • Angela votes to evict: Steve 
  • Brett votes to evict: Steve 
  • Winston votes to evict: Steve 
  • Kaitlyn votes to evict: Steve 
  • Angie votes to evict: Sam

Steve Arienta was evicted by a vote of 7-6.

Yes, that means Sam got to keep her power to use another week because she successfully escaped the block. The most surprising thing about this eviction was that Kaitlyn turned her back on her alliance and pulled the shocked face when Steve was sent out the door. 

Swaggy and Bayliegh did not know where to look when their ally was sent out because it confirmed to them that there was someone working both sides of the house, and that’s problematic for them. 

All told, the HOH competition was high stakes because each side of the house vied for the power to nominate for eviction. 

The houseguests were tasked with sending a ball into the air to hit a building with a number on it. Whichever one had the highest number would be crowned HOH. 

Kaitlyn slid into victory, meaning that she will have to pick a side and stick with it before the numbers start to drop. 

Julie also revealed that Sam’s power meant that if someone is evicted, they would play a competition live to get back into the game. 

As always, we’ll keep you up to speed with the latest Big Brother Spoilers!

What did you think of the first eviction?

Were you surprised?

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Big Brother continues Sunday on CBS. 


Celebrity Big Brother Recap: Who Was Evicted?

We think it’s fair to say that Celebrity Big Brother has brought the drama throughout its first week on the air. 

We’ve had Brandi Glanville causing trouble, Omarosa wailing to Ross Matthews about how she would never vote for Donald Trump again and a big twist that allowed the head of household to be overthrown. 

The first big event of the episode was the Power of Veto competition, and if you’ve been keeping up with our Big Brother spoilers, you will already know how that played out. 

Keshia, James, and Chuck were players by default. Mark and Ari were picked by random draw, and Keshia chose Shannon to help her try and keep the nominations the same. 

Omarosa was tasked with hosting the competition that found the houseguests spelling the biggest word. Shannon emerged as the winner, successfully spelling out “responsibilities.”

That means Shannon won the first two competitions of the season and needs to dial it back a little if she has any hope of making it much further. 

Proving to be a competition beast in week one can be detrimental to your place in the game. It’s a good thing Shannon is in that all-female alliance because they should all keep each other safe. 

James and Ari came in the last place in the competition, so they had to wear baby costumes for 48 hours. They came to play Big Baby, it seems. 

The nominations were kept the same, meaning James or Chuck would be going home. This meant James was the likely one to go, but there were some last-minute discussions that made everyone question the target. 

Eviction One Votes:

  • Brandi Glanville votes to evict: Chuck
  • Ariadna Guiterrez votes to evict: Chuck
  • Omarosa votes to evict: James
  • Ross Mathews votes to evict: Chuck
  • Metta World Peace votes to evict: Chuck
  • Marissa Jaret Winokur votes to evict: Chuck
  • Shannon Elizabeth votes to evict: Chuck
  • Mark McGrath votes to evict: Chuck

By a vote of 7-1, Chuck was the first houseguest evicted from Celebrity Big Brother!

He was furious, but it was a last-minute blindside that will likely come back to haunt some of the players. 

Omarosa voting to evict James seemed like a strategic move to cause some unrest in the all-female alliance. It seems a bit early to be doing that, but we all knew she would be causing as much trouble as possible. 

The power is back up for grabs, and we cannot wait to see who has been crowned the next HOH. The results and should be announced today at some point. 

What do you think of the results?

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Big Brother continues Sunday on CBS.