Since we have been away from the “Big Brother 15” live feed for most of the afternoon, we do have quite a bit to catch you up on here that transpired during a busy Friday. Was at least some of the most important stuff expected? Sure, but it is still going to be imperative to the game long-term.
We won’t bury the lead here at all: The nominations are Howard and Spencer, which was what was talked about almost from the moment Aaryn was swayed off of Elissa last week. While she may be a racist and annoying, Aaryn does realize something when it comes to the game: She’s on an island save for GinaMarie, and she needs to build a bridge to some other people. These nominations may not be the people that she dislikes the most in the game, but putting them up will prove that she can be trusted; thus, she gets a ticket potentially for an extra week or to depending on where the cards fall.
For now, Howard and Spencer are staying unified and not trying to campaign against each other, but we imagine that when the MVP nomination is revealed, all bets are off. The leading candidates that we’ve seen online lately have all been ladies: Elissa, Amanda, Helen, and GinaMarie. One of those four will almost surely be placed on there.
As for the Have-Nots, GinaMarie is forced to be on slop for the first time. In addition, she is joined by repeat offenders Amanda, Judd, and for the second week in a row, Candice. That has to be brutal, and this is an interesting group especially considering that you have people that represent very different factions of the house together in one room.
We’ll have some more details from the craziness still to come in the morning; meanwhile, click here if you want to read some more updates, and to also hear what the recently-evicted Kaitlin Barnaby had to say about Aaryn and her comments.