This season of Big Brother Canada is wildly careening toward an end, as spoilers reveal a new Head of Household (HOH) has made predictable nominations targeting arch enemies in the game. Furthermore, the week 11 Power of Veto (POV) competition has already been played, and the winner has also been revealed via online spoilers.
On Thursday night’s episode of Big Brother Canada 4, Joel was featured jubilantly rocking out to Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” in the room of week 10 HOH Kelsey and shortly thereafter was seen being evicted by his fellow cast mates and sent to jury.
Joel was not initially chosen by Kelsey to sit on the chopping block but turned out to be a replacement nominee after Tim, one of her original nominees, won the week 10 POV. Obviously, Tim saved himself from being evicted, thus Cassandra, also nominated by Kelsey, was left sitting on the eviction block.
Besides Joel, the only other choice to replace Tim was the pair of Nick and Phil. This was not going to happen because Kelsey had promised to keep the brothers, playing as one house guest, safe.
Additionally, Joel’s Big Brother Canada house meeting the day before eviction did not make the mood in the house any better. On live feeds, Joel was seen speaking to his fellow cast mates, appearing nervous and using very little finesse. As Joel tried to speak to the group, he was interrupted several times and eventually admitted his target going forward was Kelsey. This meeting very well may have sealed his fate and ultimately, as noted, Joel was voted out of the game instead of Cassandra.
On Thursday night’s episode, viewers were also given a glimpse of the Big Brother Canada week 11 HOH contest, but the show ended prior to the winner being revealed. According to Joker’s Updates live feed spoilers, the brothers, Nick and Phil, were victorious and are now HOH.
Things moved fast this week and nominations have also already been made. For a second time, Tim and Cassandra have been nominated for eviction. This was no surprise, as the brothers have an alliance with Kelsey and have vowed not to put her on the block.
Subsequently, the Big Brother Canada POV challenge took place and Nick won the power, securing the brothers’ nominations for the week. Unless there is a great upset and Nick and Phil turn on their ally Kelsey, Nick will not use the power to save either current nominee.
This means Kelsey will make the final decision as to whether she will eliminate Tim or Cassandra this week since both are nominated and the brothers are HOH. Although Tim has become a huge threat in the house, Cassandra was responsible for sending Jared, Kelsey’s showmance, to jury, so Kelsey may want revenge.
Also, Big Brother Network notes there existed a final three treaty between Tim, Kelsey, and the brothers. Players throughout Big Brother history have been known to break alliances and go back on promises, so who Kelsey decides should be banned from the Big Brother Canada abode is not certain at all despite this treaty.
Neither Tim nor Cassandra are sitting back and waiting for Kelsey to decide their fate, as both have been furiously campaigning to remain in the Big Brother Canada 4 game.
At one point on Saturday afternoon, Cassandra approached Tim and asked if she was definitely being voted out this week. Tim responded by saying that as a nominee, he’s clearly not voting, and Cassandra retorted by telling Tim he’s not an idiot. She accused him of constantly changing his goals and said she believed he did not try to win the POV.
Cassandra also stated she thought Tim would want her to move on when the game got to this particular point, presumably because he is already a Big Brother winner, albeit he won three years ago in Australia. Tim told Cassandra any possibility of that scenario ended when their alliance with Joel, the “Threekshow,” disbanded.
Eventually Cassandra began to cry and Tim expressed that as her friend, when she cries he hurts. Nonetheless, she continued to cry and Tim was called by Big Brother producers to the diary room.
According to Joker’s Updates, on Saturday afternoon, Big Brother Canada host Arisa Cox appeared on the living room monitor and called all house guests to gather in front of it. Once everyone heeded the call, Arisa apparently welcomed them to a surprise eviction and told them that in less than an hour, another house guest would be leaving the game. The live feeds then went down and an announcement appeared stating the finale of Big Brother Canada 4 is on May 12.
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