Last week, Josh held the power as Head of Household and attempted to make a move by straying from what Paul wanted and targeting Elena. But in the end, what Paul wants, Paul gets, and Jessica ended up being evicted. This week, we’re heading into our first double eviction of the season, where two house guests will be evicted on eviction night.
Last week, the Top 10 were revealed and they danced alongside their All Star partners for America’s votes. Tonight, one will be sent home while they all tackle new dance styles as well as individual solos with hopes of inching one step closer to being crowned season 14’s favorite dancer.
Last week in the Big Brother house, Paul’s HoH reign was shaping up to be useless, as Jess’ Halting Hex threatened to stop eviction. Paul didn’t care, as he continued targeting both she and Cody causing massive blow ups in the house. In a week that ended up being null and void due to the Halting Hex, bitterness and animosity led to one of the most eventful weeks of the season. During eviction night, both nominees were spared and a new Head of Household competition was held, where Josh ended up winning. While his plans may seem obvious, one must always expect the unexpected on Big Brother…
Today we’re taking it back to the year 1991 as we revisit the imaginative adventures of four toddlers in diapers. Their journeys took place on Nickelodeon during the network’s, in my opinion, most memorable years. And their show was perhaps–again, in my opinion–the most well known and successful. Yep, it’s time to take a long look back at the classic cartoon, Rugrats in this week’s…
Last week, the All Stars continued whittling down their teams as they inched closer to choosing their partner to perform tonight in the first live show of the season. We’ll learn who made the top 10 and each will perform with their All Star for America’s votes.
Last week on Big Brother, Cody’s return to the game reinvigorated Jess’ game, and with her HoH win she felt confident she’d be able to get Josh evicted. But Paul had other plans, so he rallied most of the house to flip the vote, opting to evict Ramses instead. In the end, Jess’ pawn was sent packing, and Paul subsequently won Head of Household. One would think the week to come would be predictable, but with Jess’ Halting Hex still in play, it’s anything but…
Last week during The Academy, the 10 All Stars whittled down the crop of contestants, choosing four each to be on their teams. Then, during the choreography and group rounds, the All Stars cut one member each, leaving just 30 dancers vying for a spot in the top 10. Tonight, they’ll face the choreography of Sonya Tayeh and some crucial cuts as each All Star must decide who to take with them into the live shows.
Last week on Big Brother, Alex’s HoH win gave Paul all the power as he weaseled his way into her good graces, proving his dominance. Dominique the Dominator imploded as she was nominated alongside the now Cody-less Jessica. With her alliance turning on her, Dominique’s game came to an end, but not without a tease from Julie: one of the first four evictees would have the opportunity to return to the game.
Last week was part one of The Academy, where hopefuls who passed the first round of auditions were sent to show their skills to the panel of mentors and All Stars. Each All Star began their quest of picking four contestants to join their team so they could mentor them through choreography until just one stands out enough to make it to the live shows as their partner. Tonight, The Academy continues as the contestants work through the contemporary and ballroom rounds, and the All Stars continue to fill up their teams.
Last week on Big Brother, it was a pretty mundane and predictable week with Paul as HOH targeting Cody as a backdoor option. There was no way out for Cody, whose game ended amidst a closer than expected vote. In addition, some key things occurred throughout the week that boiled over, leading to shifting alliances, new targets, a swap of power, and what’s sure to be an unpredictable few weeks to come.