I desperately need for Amanda to be the first houseguest voted out of the Big Brother house tonight. It will make perfect sense and be a glorious sight!
That said, a lot has happened in theBig Brother house since early Tuesday morning – an unlikely partnership and an explosive fight – that could influence tonight's votes. Expect diary room manipulation the unexpected!
The child bride has been over in the UK participating in Celebrity Big Brother and showing off her personal brand of class and sophistication to the Brits. They must be really enjoying the American making a fool of herself because as of last night's eviction…Courtney's still in. With the video evidence below, it's easy to understand WHY they're keeping her around. It's a no brainer!
Earlier this week, they "kidnapped" Doug Hutchison and told Courtney she could see him if she would give up her trashy clothes and makeup and would agree to wear dirty coveralls that literally covered it all. She did it and squealed when she got to see her husband. He gushed at her, ‘I love you. I’m watching you constantly, every waking hour, on TV, on the internet, any chance I get. I’m falling more and more in love with you every time I watch you on TV. You’re an angel.’
As we previously reported, Aaryn's mother, Elizabeth Owens, hired a publicist to help repair her daughter's image. Now that Aaryn has been evicted (though she's still sequestered) and the Big Brother finale is just two weeks from today (when Aaryn will reenter society), it's time for this publicist to get to work!
Last night, Aaryn was unanimously voted out of the Big Brother house, and now she'll join Candice Stewart, Jessie Kowalski, and Helen Kim in the jury house. But first… a little chat with Julie Chen…
Much to my amazement, Julie grilled Aaryn last night, and I think she did the best she could with the "no info from the outside world" rule she must follow to keep the jury fair. Also a shock? CBS let the audience BOO! Aaryn.
Courtney Stodden has left the country, ya'll! The little ray of sunshine made her debut last night onCelebrity Big Brother in the UK. She made us proud by dressing in her finest hookeh wear, complete with her good churchin' heels.
Mrs. Doug Hutchison isn't the only American to do the show this time around. She'll be rubbing elbows (and hopefully that's all) with former Saved by the Bell creepster Screech (aka Dustin Diamond). Courtney is reportedly stepping in for Bobbi Kristina Brown, who bowed out at the last minute. I'm secretly wishing I could tune in for this hot mess!
The best comment on our Facebook post was from Natalie, who said "You're Welcome United Kingdom. Remember no refunds!!"
TELL US – DO YOU THINK SHE'LL LAST LONG ON THE SHOW?
Is there trouble in paradise for Hollywood's cutest, most normal, and highly revered husband and wife duo? I certainly hope not! However, it appears that Courtney Stodden will be spending some time apart from her main squeeze father figure number one tubster hubster Doug Hutchison.
Apparently, Courtney is making her way across the pond to participate in the U.K.'s version of Celebrity Big Brother. The only snag? Doug wasn't invited to join her! Bloody awkward!
Now Amanda's position as a realtor is being questioned due to an inactive real estate license. However, without an official statement or an understanding of how the real estate world works, it's hard to say if she has or hasn't been fired since appearing on Big Brother.
Tonight's live episode of Big Brother 15 is going to be crazy – double eviction, jury reveal, rumored game-changer! Expect the unexpected, right?
The first eviction will send either Amanda Zuckerman, Candice Stewart, or Spencer Clawson to the jury house. That's right – jury starts this week! This is going to be a huge slap in the face to those who have made decisions based on a seven person jury. Too bad. So sad.
Then the remaining houseguests will play an entire week of Big Brother in a matter of minutes. Host Julie Chen will rush the frenzied hamsters through a head of household competition, nominations, power of veto competition and ceremony, and eviction.