Ditching freedom to live in the “Big Brother” house for more than two months was worth it for one contestant who went home with the $500,000 grand prize in the season 14 finale. When the episode started, Ian Terry, Danielle Murphree and Dan Gheesling were still playing the endurance game for the first part of the final HoH competition.
Dan managed to convince Ian and Danielle to drop the game, so the latter two were battling it out in Part 2, which was a puzzle game. Ian won in the second round and competed against Dan in the third part. Ian defeated Dan in the challenge, which had them completing jury member questions, and thus he secured his place in the final two.
Being the HoH, Ian had to evict one HouseGuest. He voted to send home Danielle and take Dan with him to the final two, claiming he’s honoring his commitment to Dan. To host Julie Chen, Danielle said she thought Ian evicted her because she could beat him and opened up that she would vote for Dan.
Ian and Dan then answered questions from the jury, which included Ashley Iocco, Frank Eudy, Jenn Arroyo, Joe Arvin, Britney Haynes, Shane Meaney and Danielle. When asked by Britney why he deserved to win, Ian claimed he took destiny into his own hands.
Dan, meanwhile, made a shocking confession that he would’ve taken Danielle to the final two if he had won the final HoH, despite his promise to Ian. The engineering student looked upset at Dan for this. In their final speeches, Ian pointed out that Dan backstabbed everyone, while Dan claimed he tried to be humble and had to play a ruthless game.
The jury later gave their votes, which ended up with 6-1 for Ian’s win. Meanwhile, Frank Eudy won the America’s Choice award for favorite HouseGuest.
On the same day “Big Brother” wrapped up its 14th installment, CBS picked up the show for a 15th season. Just hours before the season finale was broadcast on Wednesday, September 19, the network announced the upcoming cycle would air in summer 2013 with Julie Chen returning as the host.
The result of the “America’s Vote” on “Big Brother” has been unveiled. Before the live eviction show on Thursday, August 2, host Julie Chen announced that viewers chose to give a chance for the coaches to join the remaining eight HouseGuests in the game.
Joe and Frank were nominated for eviction that night, but if any of the coaches hit the reset button, the eviction would be canceled and everyone would play for the Head of Household (HoH). One by one the coaches were called into the Diary Room whether to hit the “Reset Button” or not. Britney, Dan and Janelle chose to hit the button, but Boogie did not.
The coaches were reverted to HouseGuest status, and Joe and Frank were saved from possible eviction. All 12 contestants then competed in the “Walk the Plank” competition to get the HoH status. In the game, they must stand on thin planks on a pirate ship that made them lean forward for as long as they could in the rain.
After more than three hours, Danielle was the last one standing, outlasting Britney and Ian who jumped off minutes before. The 23-year-old nurse is now the HoH.
“Big Brother 14” is poised to bring in a potential game changer to the competition while it’s close to enter its fourth week. After eliminating four HouseGuests, the show may expand its list of contestants as it has just announced “America’s Vote”, which would allow the four coaches to compete for the grand prize of $500,000.
In the Thursday, July 26 episode, host Julie Chen announced the big twist, in which viewers could vote to decide whether or not former contestants Janelle Pierzina, Dan Gheesling, Mike “Boogie” Malin and Britney Haynes could join the remaining HouseGuests in the game. The result will be announced next week, on Thursday, August 2.
The foursome were invited back to the show early in the fourteenth season to serve as coaches for the new twelve HouseGuests. They also have a chance to take home a $100,000 prize if the HouseGuest in their team wins the competition at the end of the season.
Prior to revealing the “America’s Vote”, “Big Brother” sent home the fourth HouseGuest. JoJo was evicted from the Big Brother House after other HouseGuests, except her teammate Shane, voted against her. Meanwhile, Shane became the new Head of Household by getting the highest score in shooting-a-target game.
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To revamp things up in the 14th round of “Big Brother“, CBS announced that it has added a new twist in the reality show competition. Four of the most successful players will return to the house to play their own game for their own separate prize.
CBS did not go into details about the new format, neither did they reveal who will come back. Meanwhile, the other 12 contestants will still compete under the old rules for the chance to walk away with $500,000. These houseguests and their bios have been introduced on the show’s website.
The new season premieres Thursday, July 12 with revelation of the returning contestants. The show will air three nights a week starting Sunday, July 15.
A contestant of “Big Brother Brasil” has allegedly been caught on camera raping another housemate. In a scene aired on the Brazilian version of “Big Brother“, Daniel Echaniz lied next to Monique Amin, who passed out after getting drunk in a house party, and appeared to have sex with her under the covers.
After the seven-minute footage created a buzz, Brazilian police announced on Tuesday, January 17 that they have begun investigating the case. “The young woman denies she was raped and has not pressed charges,” Rio de Janeiro police spokeswoman Edileide Macedo said of the alleged victim, 23-year-old Amin. “We continue to investigate the case because it is a public matter.”
31-year-old Echaniz, who is a male model, has since been booted off “Big Brother Brasil” for “gravely inadequate” behavior. TV channel Globo, which airs the reality show, has also removed the footage showing the alleged sexual assault from its website.
In a report published on the O Globo newspaper, Echaniz’s mother was quoted as saying that her son is a “victim of racism.” She argued, “There have already been (such incidents on the show) and they didn’t have such consequences.”
This week Big Brother episodes for current season will be coming to an end and we have only three HGs left. But before this season ends we have several things to be seen as we have the final HoH being declared and finally getting the winner of the grand prize. Though I don’t like any of the last three HGs still I am really excited and eagerly awaiting the finale. And I am sure all other viewers would be having the same feeling.
Last week on Thursday we had seen in Big Brother Season 13 episodes that Jordan was evicted and HoH competition had begun this time having a long process to get the final HoH. According to this process three stages will take place out of which the first one was already shown in Thursday’s episode and in the latest Sunday Big Brother Season 13 episode we saw second stage been completed.
Winner of the first stage of final HoH was Rachel taking her directly to final stage of HoH competition. And in Sunday’s Big Brother Season 13 episode we saw second stage which seemed an underwater challenge and that was won by Porsche. Finally we have Rachel and Porsche competing each other this week to become HoH and I know both of them are desperate to become HoH as the winner will be evicting a person of own choice.
Now that sounds like trouble for Adam as both the ladies have been deciding to evict Adam irrespective of who wins HoH finally. And Adam is seen in this Big Brother season 13 episode convincing both ladies to not to evict him and he is kind of warning them of the jury voting also if they evict him. Lets see what happens next.
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Just one day before we had seen Kalia leaving the Big Brother episodes as she was the one voted for eviction and since it was double eviction this week we had another one the very next day. And with this episode we are left with only three houseguests remaining to compete for the grand prize.
Big Brother Season 13 Episode 28 started off with Adam enjoying his new gained power of HoH. And the most attractive part of gaining this power is when all the three ladies come to him for saving them from nominations. And I guess Rachel’s magic worked or may be Adam had some other thought while he nominated Porsche and Jordan. So Porsche and Jordan were the ones on the chopping block.
Power of Veto has always played an important role in Big Brother episodes and it played this time also. Of all remaining Porsche won the Power of Veto competition and as expected she removed herself from the block and changed places with Rachel. That means Rachel and Jordan were the ones to be evicted. And with Porsche’s win we saw Adam suddenly changing sides and instead of being on Veterans’ side he came over to join the newbie Porsche.
Last came the eviction ceremony of this Big Brother Season 13 episode 28 in which Jordan was voted for eviction. And finally Jordan was no more amongst the contenders of the grand prize. Lets see who becomes the final winner of Big Brother Season 13 episodes.
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Jordan Lloyd has taken sides in the ongoing competition on “Big Brother 13“. The North Carolina blonde girl, who revealed that she agreed to do another season of the reality show to help beau Jeff Schroeder win, nominates Rachel Reilly now that she and Jeff have been evicted.
Speaking after her eviction on Thursday, September 8, Jordan had nothing but good words for Rachel. “I know she said when she came back this time she wanted to change the way she looked from her season. I know she was a little feisty in the beginning, but after Brendon left, I think [viewers] began to love her,” she said before adding, “She was kind of being herself, a great game player. People should like her.”
The 24-year-old additionally said Rachel deserves to win, reasoning “I hope people look at how she played the game. She really did a great job.” Apparently not a fan of another final three contestant Porsche Briggs, she is rooting for Rachel and Adam to be in the finals, simply because “they were in my alliance and I would love to see them win.”
“Big Brother” season 13 will return on Sunday, September 11 at 8/7c on CBS with the first round of the final HOH competition. The winner of a $500,000 grand prize will be revealed on Wednesday, September 14.
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Big Brother episodes are nearing its end for the present season and as the finale day is approaching sometimes it seems interesting and sometimes boring as it is becoming predictable. One can easily predict the moves of the houseguests it doesn’t comes as a surprise take for example this week’s eviction, it was obvious. Read on to know more about the eviction.
Earlier we had seen in Big Brother Season 13 episodes that Rachel being the HoH had nominated Kalia and Porsche and now was the turn of Power of Veto competition. This week’s Power of Veto competition was won by Adam. I don’t like Adam much and I never expected that he would last for so long on Big Brother episodes but then nothing can be done as he is playing his game carefully.
After winning the Power of Veto in this Big Brother Season 13 Episode 27 Adam was supposed to use it and Kalia even tried to convince him and bring him on his side. But he showed his loyalty towards the veteran team, I mean Jordan and Rachel and didn’t use the power. That means Kalia and Porsche still stood on the chopping block.
Soon we saw Big Brother season 13 Episode 27‘s eviction ceremony in which first vote went for Kalia’s eviction. Second vote was against Porsche and then we needed Rachel to break the tie and she voted for eviction of Kalia. Kalia was sent back home. That was predictable as plans had been already made.
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