Live feeds from inside the Big Brother 18 house continue to provide drama, romance, and player vacillation, as cast members gear up for Thursday night’s eviction and attempt to determine who will be sent packing.
As such, Tiffany’s fate remains up in the air regarding her stay in the Big Brother 18 house. In addition, as cast mates slept, one of the three active showmances appeared to get somewhat “touchy-feely” Monday morning.
With regard to Tiffany and her game, the plan for most of the cast members last week was to send Tiffany out the door. However, it appears at around the eleventh hour, it was determined Bronte would be booted instead. Immediately after the eviction, it seemed like many houseguests decided, despite the eviction vote, Tiffany should be sent home next. She caught on to this and has apparently aligned with her former nemesis in the Big Brother 18 house, Frank, with whom she’s shared juicy details regarding the other side of the house.
Paulie, as Week 4 Head of Household (HOH), nominated Tiffany and Natalie for eviction. Tiffany won the Big Brother Road Kill and, after consulting with Frank, placed Corey on the block. Corey won the Power of Veto (POV) competition and saved himself, so Tiffany replaced him with Da’Vonne.
Because Da’Vonne has created some of the drama inside the Big Brother 18 house and has been depicted on the show’s episodes as sometimes playing various alliances, a number of houseguests believe she has been disloyal and want her gone. But there are still those who have it out for Tiffany, as well.
On Monday night at about 11:35 p.m. Big Brother 18 house time, Nicole, Corey, and Paulie gathered in the HOH room to discuss the upcoming eviction. According to Joker’s Updates, Nicole said Da’Vonne is upset Corey did not let her win the veto, but Corey insisted Da’Vonne never asked for it. Paulie agreed, saying Da’Vonne said she wanted to go last during the challenge. Nicole surmised Da’Vonne must have known she was going to be nominated for eviction if she didn’t win the veto.
Paulie then said he believes if Corey was still up for eviction, Da’Vonne would have voted him out. Corey strongly concurred, saying, “She 100% would’ve voted me out,” Joker’s Updates reports. Nicole said Da’Vonne asks her about Corey all the time and she tells Da’Vonne, “…he’s not coming after you at all, he loves you.”
Corey then commented on Da’Vonne, saying, “Well, she’s too shady for my liking,” to which Nicole responded, “I know, same…” According to Joker’s Updates, Paulie decided Da’Vonne won’t show her cards yet and proclaimed this is the reason, “Tiffany needs to go.” Paulie argued Frank won’t work with Da’Vonne, but she may try to align with Frank the longer he stays in the game.
Earlier Monday morning, at about 8:45 a.m., houseguests were fast asleep, but something roused Corey and Nicole. As the two slept together, Corey appeared to become uncomfortable by a wayward sheet. His movement woke Nicole, who then told Corey she had dreampt about him. The two laid their heads back down to sleep, as Corey spooned Nicole.
A minute or so later, Corey could be heard mumbling something to Nicole, to which she replied, “…in the Big Brother house.” After this short discourse, Corey could be seen on live feeds rubbing Nicole’s back, shoulders, and neck, as she lay completely still facing away from him.
After about 10 minutes of this, Nicole stopped feigning slumber and turned to face Corey. For several minutes what appeared to be lip-smacking was heard over live feeds, after which Nicole whispered something, seeming to express reservations about doing anything that could be considered untoward in the Big Brother 18 house.
Although it can’t definitively be said exactly what happened after that, as the two were under bed covers, it appeared the two got quite “handsy,” according to Daily Hamsterwatch. Thus, Nicole and Corey seem to have gotten much closer than they had been in the Big Brother 18 house.
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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