Big Brother 14 is not disappointing! This week, this twist, this show – I love it all!!
On Big Brother’s first live eviction show, Kara was evicted from the Big Brother house by a vote of 5 to 3 and Frank won the HoH competition. This all happened after one of the most exciting Big Brother starts ever. As the first HoH, Willie Hantz played too hard too fast. He also declared his love for fruit loops. But, really, what grown-ass man doesn’t love fruit loops? Willie‘s paranoia led to a newbies only meeting, which led to Frank and Janelle feeling uneasy about Willie.
How does Willie react to Frank‘s HoH win? Also, Coaches Competition, Have Nots, and Nominations.
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Welcome to the first live show of Big Brother 14. It’s day 13 for the hamsters, and, oh my gosh, has it been crazy in the Big Brother house!
But first… 12 brand new houseguests came into the house to begin the best summer of their lives and a surprise (not really) brought four legends – surely Big Brother meant to say, “3 legends, plus Britney” – into the house to coach the newbies on how to play the game. How in the world did anyone get through the game of Big Brother without Big Brother manipulating the game? Oh, yes, that’s right – just fine! Grrr.
Big Brother 14 features 12 new houseguests, each hoping to be the next big reality TV star and $500,000 richer, and 4 returning “epic” Big Brother players. CBS explains why we can’t just have new blood, “In a series first, four of the most successful players to ever enter the Big Brother house, will return to play their own game and for their own separate prize.” Whatever, CBS, this better not suck!
As always, Big Brother is hosted by the lovely Julie Chen. She’s really working the camera tonight – stage left, stage right, wiggle your shoulders, back to stage right, descend the stairs, flawlessly sit down. Tough gig.
Big Brother is finally here. Let’s get on with it.
The Big Brother 12 finale aired last night with Hayden Moss, a 24 year-old college student from Tempe, AZ, winning the $500,000 prize!
In what made for a great TV moment, the deciding vote ended up in the hands of Enzo Palumbo, who ultimately had to decide which one of his Brigade alliance members should win the half a million dollar prize.
Despite being eliminated by Hadyen just moments earlier, Enzo voted Hayden to win the game, leaving Lane Elenburg as the runner up. Ragan was also revealed to be the second Saboteur, much to the shock of his fellow castmates. He won $20,000 for completing his two week saboteur duties, which might or might not have been rather lame.
American’s favorite houseguest award ended up going to Britney Haynes. Considering the sad news that the home Britney shared with her fiance Nick Grisham burned down just hours earlier, the $25,000 award definitely went to the person who needed it the most.
Britney, 22, seemed to be in good spirits last night upon hearing the sad news. “I heard about it like 10 minutes ago. I don’t know any details about it. Obviously the most important thing is everyone’s okay,” Britney told Zap2It.
Kristen also revealed on the show that she is now single, leaving the door open for a real life romance with Hayden. “Kristen’s a cool chick too … she’s a cool girl, she’s pretty, she’s attractive, she’s hot. We’ll see, I don’t know,” said Hayden to Zap2It.
TELL US – WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THE FINALE? HAPPY WITH HOW IT ENDED?
CBS has now unveiled the cast of the best reality show ever hit reality show Big Brother. The 13 houseguests that will be taking part in the 12th season of what CBS is dubbing the “Summer of Sabotage,” include a model, a bartender, and a chemistry graduate student who is also a VIP cocktail waitress.
But what everyone wants to know is what is the big twist this season? Well according to executive producer Allison Grodner, a mole has been planted among the houseguests to do the viewers’ bidding and disrupt the players’ lives during this season which debuts July 8 at 8 p.m. ET.
The mole, who will be revealed to viewers during the July 15 episode, is being called the Saboteur and isn’t eligible to win the $500,000 grand prize.
“For the first time ever, we have someone in the house who, in a way, is playing their own game,” said Grodner, who stressed that the operative is not an actor but a real person who was picked alongside everyone else. “They’re playing for a cash prize, if they make it a certain amount of time in the house. If they don’t last, they’re out, and their cover is blown.”
The Saboteur is similar to season 8′s introduction of “America’s Player,” which allowed one contestant, Eric Stein, to complete viewer-voted tasks for cash, unbeknownst to his house mates. The main difference this time however is that the cast will be made aware of the saboteur’s existence beforehand.