Big Brother 18 houseguest Nicole reveals more details about split with Hayden, Michelle calls Paul a leech.

‘Big Brother 18’ Spoilers: Nicole Reveals Details About Breakup With ‘BB16’ Showmance Hayden, Michelle Calls Paul A Blood-Sucking Worm

Big Brother 18 live feeds over the past 24 hours have revealed intimate details about a sensitive showmance breakup, while another houseguest had a distasteful label for another player she dislikes.

First off, it should be noted Nicole Franzel is the week 10 Head of Household (HOH) and nominated Paul Abrahamian and Michelle Meyer for eviction.

On Sunday night’s episode of Big Brother 18, Corey Brooks, Nicole’s showmance partner, was seen receiving the last of the America’s Care Packages, the BB Bribe, allowing him to use $5,000 to sway the gameplay.

Additionally, Joker’s Updates live feed spoilers reveal Nicole won the Power of Veto (POV), and the intended target for eviction is Michelle, with Paul sitting on the chopping block as a pawn.

Late Sunday night into early Monday morning Big Brother 18 house time, Nicole and Corey were kicking back in the grand HOH room, discussing her Season 16 showmance with Hayden Voss. Nicole and Hayden became friendly during Big Brother 16 and dated for about a year and a half after the season ended, splitting just months ago.

Nicole told Corey at around 11:50 p.m. about a massive scrapbook she crafted for Hayden, in which she put photographs commemorating all of their dates in chronological order, according to Joker’s Updates. She noted how she was careful to give the book a personal touch by including bows and lace, which she stated took a lot of time to do. The scrapbook, according to Nicole, came straight from her heart and the feelings she had for Hayden.

She also revealed the couple split in February of this year, which confounded her because Hayden had professed his love for her the December prior, Joker’s Updates reports. Nicole said she didn’t understand how things could have gone from great to bad in such a short time. She asserted Hayden told her she was the best thing that had ever happened to him.

Corey wondered if Nicole ever felt closure about the relationship, and she replied, “No,” according to Joker’s Updates.

Nicole said their romance basically went south because Hayden eventually admitted he didn’t want to get married and didn’t want to have children, which is something she greatly desires. Thus, she didn’t see the point of the relationship if it was going in a direction she didn’t agree with.

Corey could be seen on live feeds being supportive of Nicole, hugging her as they finally drifted off to sleep.

Several hours later in another room, Michelle, James Huling, and Natalie Negrotti were busy discussing Paul and his Big Brother 18 gameplay. At about 2:30 a.m., Natalie proclaimed Paul must be evicted and sent to the jury. She said she’s on to his game and his strategy, TV Grapevine reports. James, Natalie’s showmance partner, chimed in, saying Paul heads to where the power lies in the Big Brother 18 house and persuades the HOH to go after those who are less powerful at the time.

Michelle made sure to inform Natalie and James the correct term for Paul is a blood-sucking worm, also known as a leech. According to TV Grapevine, Michelle said a leech is someone who latches on to those in power and sucks them dry before moving on the next powerful person or group to do the same thing.

It is still not clear whether Michelle knows she is Nicole’s target this week or if Nicole will use the POV to save Paul, who would have been evicted week 9, but he won the POV. The POV ceremony will probably take place sometime Monday.

Big Brother 18 airs on CBS Wednesday and Sunday nights at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, and Thursday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern Time. Big Brother After Dark airs on Pop Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 12 a.m. Eastern Time, Tuesday at 11 p.m. Eastern Time, and Thursday at 1 a.m. Eastern Time. Live feeds are broadcast from inside the Big Brother 18 house 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are available from CBS All Access.

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