Big Brother 17 spoilers now include the Week 6 HOH nominations. The BB17 house is also seeing a lot of fireworks, as the two nominees are really upset. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, James Huling won the endurance competition Thursday night, July 30, taking over as the sole Head of Household. He had to come up with his own nominations for eviction and decided to make a big “game move.” A report from fan site Big Brother Network confirms that move, making these Big Brother 17 spoilers pretty exciting for viewers.
James has nominated Shelli Poole and Clay Honeycutt for eviction. The alliance of James, Meg Maley, Becky Burgess, and Jackie Ibarra might now have a chance to make it further in the game. When Shelli, Clay, and Vanessa Rousso lied to Jason Roy and worked to get him out of the house, the power alliance (the Sixth Sense) may have made a huge mistake. Immediately following the Week 6 nomination ceremony, as predicted, that six-person alliance started turning on each other inside the BB17 house.
A lot of strategy talk had taken place between James and his allies Friday morning, but ultimately, he decided that using the “backdoor” plan wasn’t needed any longer. Shelli Poole and Clay Honeycutt are his two main targets, meaning one of them will be walking out the door if he has his way. It had been noted in previous Big Brother 17 spoilers that Shelli, Clay, and Vanessa were caught in a web of lies, with this nomination ceremony confirming that the other side of the house finally figured it out.
Making the drama even more exciting for live feed viewers, Shelli and Vanessa have been arguing about whose fault it was that they are being targeted now. As expected, Clay is joining with Shelli in the argument, putting them both at odds with Vanessa. The cracks that had started to show up in that alliance are turning into craters, showing that the two who survive this week likely won’t be working together again. Since anything can happen in the BB17 house, so it’s too early to predict who will jump ship first.
The Week 6 nominations set up what should be an extremely competitive Veto challenge on Saturday, August 1. There is a lot on the line for James Huling, Clay Honeycutt, and Shelli Poole. Each of the three needs the right people to be selected as the other three contestants in the competition. If James can find a way to keep nominations the same, it will be very interesting to see whether the house sides with Shelli or Clay in the eviction vote. CBS viewers won’t get to see much of the drama until the Wednesday, August 5, episode though.
These Big Brother 17 spoilers predict that the weekend is going to be packed with drama now.
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