[Editor's Note: This article contains Big Brother 16 spoilers.]
On Thursday night’s episode of Big Brother 16, the fourth member of the jury was evicted from the game. With a super alliance in power, that left Nicole and Donny up for eviction. So, who got the boot this week? Did “Team America” complete their mission this week? And host Julie Chen announced news about next weeks’ eviction.
We’ve got the answers in this Big Brother spoilers report.
[Editorial note: This article may contain Big Brother spoilers that have not yet aired on CBS.]
The CBS hit summer reality show Big Brother started its 16th season with 16 players in the game. Last week was technically the half way point. However, since Nicole Franzel won the opportunity to get back in the game by winning a competition between the four most recently evicted houseguests (herself, Jocasta Odom, Hayden Voss and Zach Rance), eight players remain in the game.
It’s time to take a look at each Big Brother 16 houseguest and analyze what their odds to win the game actually are. I’m not exactly a betting man, but I am a Big Brother “super fan” who has watched every episode of all 16 seasons. And, while it may not be one of my proudest moments, I have also watched the live feeds from inside the house ever since CBS started streaming. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not glued to a computer watching ever move that is made in the game. But I do stay abreast of what’s what when it comes to Big Brother.
Here’s my break down on each player remaining in the game and their odds to win the $500,000 prize:
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
No, that isn’t a typo in the headline (although, we have a tendency to have a few of those). On Tuesday night, Chelsea Handler said good-bye to “Chelsea Lately” and the E! Network in song.
Joined by an array of celebrities like Tim Gunn, Alanis Morrisette, Fergie, Gerard Butler, Selena Gomez and others; Chelsea was bid adieu by Gwen Stefani, who poked fun at herself for mispronouncing “The Colbert Report” at the Emmys on Monday calling it “The Colbore Report” referring to her “good friend, Chelsea Hammer.”
The group performed their own parody of “We Are The World” in which they cracked jokes at celebrities and Chelsea Lately as a whole. You can watch the video below:
Binge Watch Wednesday
Each week we spotlight a different television show for our Binge Watch Wednesday segment. Binge watching has become a regular part of many people’s lives, and we hope to keep you up to speed on what’s hot and what’s not! This week, our Binge Watch recommendation is Veep! Whether you’ve never seen it, watched it once or just need a good laugh again… Veep is a much binge watch!