Double eviction week is here! Here are the highlights from the Big Brother season 17, week 7 eviction episode.
1. Vanessa flounders
After being put up on the block, Vanessa wants to figure out what’s going on. She’s confused why Becky put her up in the first place and feels like no one has her back. To gain traction to stay, Vanessa tells James some of the things Becky had done behind his back.
2. First Eviction
The first eviction has the houseguests choosing between Shelli or Vanessa, who were nominated by Becky. With a unanimous vote, Shelli is evicted from the house. Shelli tells Julie that she thinks James had a lot to do with why she was sent home.
3. Head of Household
In the Head of Household competition the houseguests have to answer true or false to statements based on video loops they got to study earlier. The last player standing will be the new Head of Household. Steve wins his first Head of Household.
4. Nominations & Power of Veto
Steve names Meg and Jackie as his nominations, saying that it’s nothing personal. John, James, Vanessa, Meg, Jackie, and Steve are all picked to play in the Power of Veto competition. They have to roll balls down their slope and get them in each of the three holes, in numerical order to win. John wins the Power of Veto and decides not to use it on anyone.
5. Second Eviction
Without much time to think about it, the houseguests vote to evict Jackie by 6-1. Becky was the only one who voted for Meg to be evicted over Jackie. Jackie tells Julie that she was put up by Steve because he thought she was targeting him.
What were your favorite moments from the ‘Big Brother’ season 17, week 7 double eviction?
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