Big Brother 21 Week 7 Eviction For Two Players: A whole lot has happened this week at the Big Brother home. Tommy’s success continues the tradition of another HOH per week this year because no houseguest has held that the name twice.
On Friday evening, the houseguests were full of on the America’s Field Trip spin where three players could compete in a unique contest. As The Inquisitr previously mentioned, Jackson Michie, Christie Murphy, and Analyse Talavera were chosen by America to compete at the comp where a single houseguest will be allowed security for the week, an individual would get penalty and another could be placed on the block because a distinctive third nominee.
Jackson arrived first with Analyse at minute, meaning Christie had been set on the block as a third nominee until Tommy even put his own two houseguests for eviction. Later that night, Tommy put up Cliff Hogg and Kathryn Dunn for eviction, according to the @BB_Updates Big Brotherspoiler account on Twitter.
Tommy nominated Cliff and Kat for eviction #BB21
— Big Brother Daily (@BB_Updates) August 10, 2019
Tommy was talking putting Cliff and Kathryn on the cube through the afternoon, therefore his nominations did not come as much surprise. Tommy remains tight with Analyse and Nick Maccarone, in Addition to Jessica Milagros. This just left a couple of alternatives for Tommy, meaning Cliff and Kathryn probably never stood a opportunity.
Following nominations, Kathryn was seen crying since she covered herself in a blanket at the ship room.
“I hate being on the block again, I hate being next to Cliff, and I think the worst part is that last week everything was so good,” Kathryn said to her alliance member Jess.
Jess educated Kathryn there was the Veto competition that weekend, which the blond has nabbed once. Additionally, it bodes well for Kathryn which Christie is about the block next to her. For the time being, Nicole, Jess, Jackson, and Holly Allen would probably vote Christie from the home come Thursday if she’s still sitting on the cube. Analyse and Nick simply don’t have the votes to evict anybody else, therefore Kathryn should not rely out herself just yet.
Stay tuned with Ydraft for this weekend to see spoilers from the Veto ceremony and meeting.
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