‘Big Brother 15’ live feed spoilers: GinaMarie cries over clothes

July 1, 2013 0 comments
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GinaMarieYou traditionally see all sorts of meltdowns over the course of the “Big Brother 15” season, whether it be alliances, betrayals, challenges, or evictions. However, clothing is not traditionally one that comes to mind.

Now, enter GinaMarie, someone who we really have not spent much time talking about on CarterMatt this season largely thanks to the fact that she really doesn’t have any real bearing on the game right now. She’s aligned loosely with the cool kids group of Aaryn, Jeremy, Jessie, and Kaitlin, but on this occasion, she received most of her help from Amanda. Why? She was having a major meltdown over the fact that some of her clothes were taken away by production, which led to Amanda offering her to wear some of hers.

As for why some of GinaMarie’s clothes were taken away in the first place, there can be a number of reasons. Producers don’t want anything showing that could even have a discreet logo or branding on it, so that could have been part of the problem from an advertising standpoint. We know that the houseguests are cleared for many articles of clothing prior to even getting in the game, but sometimes you can be told in the Diary Room early on in the season that some things you brought with her are not necessarily kosher.

Nonetheless, GinaMarie now feels like she cannot be herself in the game, and if she doesn’t get it together, she’ll basically never have a shot at winning. Then again, that was probably pretty unlikely to begin with. Based on the current way that she is playing, the best that she can really hope for is an opportunity to finish in the jury, dragged along by people who are not threatened by her in any way.

Would you cry if “Big Brother” took some of your stuff, even if you knew that you were getting it back after the show? If you want to take a deeper look at a pressing issue overwhelming the entire season in the amount of hate language, all you have to do is click here.

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