Who was evicted first on Big Brother 19 Wednesday night? Consider this the “results” portion of what was an epic two-hour premiere.
After a lengthy battle for endurance, one that you can read about here, Christmas Abbott, Jillian Parker, and Cameron Heard faced a near-impossible problem: One of them would be leaving the game before the live feeds even began. Of the three, you are losing something big no matter what. Jillian and Cameron are both big fans of the show, and Christmas is the most famous of the players in the game this week. No matter what happened, there would be something crazy.
Of course, the twist about how the eviction would happen spice things up. We assumed that Christmas would vote to compete against the other players in the competition. However, she and Jillian both voted to have this go down to a house vote. The moment that Christmas made this move, it was pretty clear that she was going to be the first person voted out. Why keep someone who is a physical threat, a smart person, and also more than capable of winning people over socially? The woman’s done everything in life, and she’s under forty years old! Stories for days. Cameron is also a threat, but he doesn’t come across so obviously dangerous.
For some reason, production didn’t show us any of the votes before Julie Chen announced them … and Christmas was safe! Didn’t see that coming. What did shock us was seeing Cameron, the longtime super-fan and arguably the guy who wanted to be there, gone so early.
Also, when was the last time that the superfan was eliminated from the game this early? He’s obviously not the only fan, but this was probably the biggest reason he was evicted. He is the sort of person who could be an enormous threat in the event that he made it far enough in the game.
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