Saturday, June 29, 2013

"Big Brother 15" Spoilers: McCrae Uses the Veto on Candice, Replaces her with Elissa

Today in the "Big Brother" house McCrae used the veto he won in the PoV comp and removed one of his original nominations from the block. He decided to save Candice and put up Elissa in her place. However, he's only putting Elissa up as a pawn because his real target is still David. He nominated Elissa to make the alliance of Jeremy, David, Aaryn, Kaitlin and Gina think that the whole house wanted her gone. In reality, the rest of the house is targeting the "Blondetourage" and wants to evict David. If everything goes according to plan he will be voted out on Wednesday by a vote of 8-4. If everyone who's voting out David is 100% on board, that side of the house could even throw a few more votes to Elissa to make it seem less obvious. A lot can happen between now and Wednesday, so if there's any breaking news that changes the plan I'll post it here!

Friday, June 28, 2013

"Big Brother 15" Spoilers: Elissa Awarded First MVP and Nominates David, McCrae Wins PoV

It was a very action packed day in the "Big Brother" house! First, Elissa found out that she was voted the first MVP of the season by America. She decided to tell HoH McCrae and they brainstormed possible houseguests for her to nominate. They ended up deciding on David, as he was a strong physical threat and has a showmance going on with Aaryn. McCrae also told Elissa that if someone uses the PoV, he may have to nominate her as that is what the majority of the house wants. Later, the houseguests were informed that the MVP did indeed nominate David for eviction, alongside Jessie and Candice. Aaryn wasn't happy about it and thought the MVP was either Elissa or Amanda. The houseguests also picked players for the Veto competition with Howard and Elissa chosen to compete along with HoH McCrae and the three nominees. The feeds then went to trivia for two hours and when they returned it was revealed that McCrae had won the Power of Veto. The competition involved crawling through honey and trying to spell the longest word possible. Now that McCrae has the PoV it seems like he's contemplating using it on one of his original nominations and putting up Elissa to satisfy the house. However, his main target seems to be David. The question is, if he does nominate Elissa will he still have enough votes to send David packing? When more spoilers are revealed, you'll find them here!

Thursday, June 27, 2013

"Big Brother 15" Spoilers: First HoH McCrae Nominates Jessie and Candice for Eviction

"Big Brother 15" premiered last night and when the live feeds clicked in after the show major spoilers were revealed. The season premiere began with the 16 new houseguests entering the compound and being told the first twist. For the first time in "Big Brother" history, three houseguests will face eviction every week. Julie then announced that it was time for the first HoH competition of the season, which consisted of hanging onto a popsicle for as long as possible while a giant tongue smashed into the houseguests. The comp came down to McCrae and Nick, with McCrae ultimately taking home the prize. After he was awarded the HoH key, Julie informed the houseguests of the second part of the twist. Each week America would vote for the person they thought was playing the best game and they would be named the "BB MVP". That houseguest would get to secretly nominate any one person of their choice and they would become the third nominee. The "BB MVP" doesn't have to tell anyone that they were given this power unless they want to. Those three nominees would all get a chance to compete in the PoV comp before facing eviction. After the show ended the live feeds clicked in and it was revealed that McCrae had nominated Jessie and Candice for eviction. It seems like he's in a secret alliance with Nick, Spencer, Howard and Jeremy called "The Moving Company". More info will undoubtedly come out in the coming days, including who wins PoV and maybe even who we voted as "BB MVP". When any spoilers are revealed you'll find them right here on Reality TV!

Thursday, June 20, 2013

"Big Brother 15" Houseguests Revealed
CBS has officially revealed the identities of the sixteen new houseguests competing in "Big Brother 15". There are no returning players this season, although one houseguest is the sister of former winner Rachel Reilly. New twists this season include the HoH nominating three houseguests for eviction and America voting each week to name one contestant MVP, which will give that houseguest a special power. The new season premieres Wednesday June 26th at 8pm, and when the live feeds click in after the show I'll have all the immediate spoilers here on this site. Here's a sneak peek at all 16 new houseguests...

Aaryn Gries 22 San Angelo, Texas College Student
Aaryn Gries, 22

Andy Herren 26 Aurora, Illinois Professor
Andy Herren, 26

David Girton 25 San Diego, California Lifeguard
David Girton, 25

GinaMarie Zimmerman 32 Brooklyn, N.Y. Pageant Coordinator
GinaMarie Zimmerman, 32

Jeremy McGuire 23 Katy, Texas Boat Shop Associate
Jeremy McGuire, 23

Candice Stewart 29 New Orleans, LA Pediatric Speech Therapist
Candice Stewart, 29

Howard Overby 29 Hattiesburg, Mississippi Youth counselor
Howard Overby, 29

Helen Kim 37 Falls Church, Virginia Political Consultant
Helen Kim, 37

Nick Uhas 28 Hilliard, N.Y. Entrepreneur
Nick Uhas, 28

Judd Daughtery 26 Englewood, Tennessee Property Appraiser
Judd Daughtery, 26

Amanda Zuckerman 28 Long Island, N.Y. Real Estate Agent
Amanda Zuckerman, 28

Spencer Clawson 31 Conway, Arkansas Railroad Conductor
Spencer Clawson, 31

Jessie Kowalski 25 Beaumont, Texas Unemployed
Jessie Kowalski, 25

Kaitlin Barnaby 23 Vadnais Heights, Minnesota Bartender
Kaitlin Barnaby, 23

McCrae Olson 23 Oak Grove, Minnesota Pizza Delivery Boy
McCrae Olson, 23

Elissa Slater 27 Concord, N.C. Nutritionist
Elissa Slater, 27