Michelle Meyer On 'BB18'

‘Big Brother 18’ Spoilers: Live Feeds Updates Reveal ‘BB18’ House Ready For Eviction

Big Brother 18 spoilers from the live feeds have provided a lot of information from inside the BB18 house these past few days. In addition to the co-HOHs revealing their nominees for eviction, the house already played out the Veto competition and held its Week 9 Veto Ceremony. An updated report from fan site Joker’s Updates provides all the important details, including who is going home during the August 25 eviction episode.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Natalie Negrotti won the Week 9 Head of Household competition, but was soon joined by a co-HOH through the Week 4 Care Package. Michelle Meyer was chosen by America for that honor this week, giving her all the perks that came along with being an HOH. Together, the ladies came up with the two nominees for eviction. Michelle nominated Paul Abrahamian for eviction, while Natalie went with Victor Arroyo as her nominee.

More Big Brother 18 spoilers came out on Saturday, August 20, when the BB18 house played its latest Veto competition. Paul Abrahamian, fighting for his life in the game, ended up winning the Power of Veto. This dictated that Paul would then use the Veto to save himself at the ceremony on Monday, August 22. That’s exactly what Paul did, as he took himself off the block and forced Michelle to come up with a replacement nominee.

There had been a lot of debate in the BB18 house about which direction Michelle should go with in choosing her nominee. Each side of the house was adamant that she needed to make a big game move. Paul and Victor suggested that it was time to go after Jame Huling, while James and Natalie Negrotti suggested that Michelle should put Nicole Franzel on the block. James and Natalie even told Michelle that they would vote out Nicole is that is what she wanted to have happen on eviction night. They didn’t actually plan to follow through with that idea.

At the Veto Ceremony, Paul Abrahamian saved himself, and Michelle Meyer nominated Corey Brooks for eviction. This means that on eviction night (August 25), the BB18 house has to decide between Victor Arroyo and Corey Brooks when it comes to the voting. As seen on the CBS live feeds, though, there is already a plan in place by a majority of the house, no matter how co-HOH Michelle Meyer wants things to progress.

It doesn’t take any Big Brother 18 spoilers for fans to realize that the showmances are now working together inside the BB18 house. James Huling, Natalie Negrotti, Nicole Franzel, and Corey Brooks have formed an alliance that they hope will get them all the way to the final four. James and Nicole will vote against Victor Arroyo at the eviction ceremony, thus making him the fifth member of the BB18 jury. What they don’t know, yet, is that Victor will then have an opportunity to get right back in the house through a jury competition.

In another previous report by The Inquisitr, James Huling and Nicole Franzel were seen making agreements on the live feeds that could be considered bribes. These particular Big Brother 18 spoilers were addressed by production, as it is against the rules to offer cash in exchange for support in the house. Quite a few online viewers were upset about Nicole and James agreeing to give three different houseguests $10,000 each should either James or Nicole win the $500,000 prize. Very little happened to punish the veterans and fan favorites after this all transpired.

As for a quick summary about what has taken place over the past few days, Paul Abrahamian won the Power of Veto, Paul saved himself at the Veto Ceremony, and Michelle Meyer named Corey Brooks as the replacement nominee. On the Thursday, August 25 episode of the show, the BB18 house will decide whether to evict Victor Arroyo or Corey Brooks. That person then becomes the fifth member of the BB18 jury. Fans should expect many new Big Brother 18 spoilers that very evening, especially if the jury competition happens after the CBS episode has aired.

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