Big Brother 18 overnight live feeds have been want for action recently, however, some interesting late night banter took place involving current eviction nominee Michelle Meyer and a Head of Household (HOH) fantasy, a discussion of which cast member should be targeted in Week 11, and how Natalie Negrotti believes jury member Da'Vonne Rogers was a house ringleader.
Michelle currently sits on the chopping block next to Paul Abrahamian, who were both placed in this precarious situation by the Week 10 HOH, Nicole Franzel. Although she doesn't really know it, Michelle is the intended target to be voted out and sent to jury Thursday, while Paul is effectively acting as a pawn.Nicole also won the Power of Veto (POV), and on Monday, during the POV ceremony, declined to use the awesome piece of jewelry to save either potential evictee, which probably confused Michelle even more about which player a majority of the Big Brother 18 house wants gone.Shortly after 12:30 a.m. Tuesday morning Big Brother 18 house time, Michelle revealed to Natalie and her showmance partner, James Huling, how she would treat fellow houseguest Victor Arroyo if she became HOH. According to TV Grapevine, Michelle said as HOH, she will turn around to ensure Victor sees her "butt." She would then proceed to tell Victor he has just a minute to kiss her derriere, but then quickly lock the HOH door on him. Natalie warned Michelle if she becomes HOH that would probably be a very bad idea and advised Michelle simply to observe Victor and his actions to determine her next game move, TV Grapevine reports.
About 12:45 a.m., talk turned to possible Big Brother 18 players to target Week 11, according to Joker's Updates. Michelle, Natalie and James strategized, saying Nicole should be the next housemate out the door. They came to a consensus that Corey Brooks, Nicole's showmance partner, won't care if she's sent to jury, and that they could each beat Corey in any competitions thrown out them by Big Brother.The three Big Brother 18 cast members also discussed Victor and the threat he poses in the game. They then contemplated whether Victor would win the grand prize of $500,000 if he made it to final two. According to Joker's Updates, James noted that he believed Victor played an extremely honest game, however, Natalie quickly interrupted him saying, "No, he didn't." Natalie may hold a grudge against Victor, as from what has been talked about in the Big Brother 18 house, she was involved in a showmance with Victor the first week of the game prior to live feeds in the house being active.Natalie revealed to James several weeks ago on live feeds that Victor ended their brief relationship, which hurt her, as previously reported by The Inquisitr. As the three house mates continued to discuss future targets, James did not back down in defending his position regarding Victor, although Natalie was having none of it and continued to bash Victor, Joker's Updates reports. About 2 a.m., the conversation moved to the London bedroom with Natalie discussing the now defunct female alliance that did not include her, the Fatal Five, and how she believed Da'Vonne Rogers was the ringleader, reports TV Grapevine. Besides Da'Vonne, the rest of this female alliance was made up of Nicole, Michelle, Zakiyah Everette, and Tiffany Rousso.Natalie said that Da'Vonne's eviction was karma because Da'Vonne lied to her by saying she was not targeting her and James. According to Natalie's logic, Da'Vonne wanted to keep Zakiyah, who was in a showmance with Paulie Calafiorie, and Nicole, who is connected to Corey, as part of the Fatal Five, so those relationships were not targeted. She posited that as the leader of the group, Da'Vonne didn't hang out with the Fatal Five a lot to avoid suspicion. TV Grapevine reports that James agreed with Natalie's notion, claiming at one point Da'Vonne attempted to get votes switched, probably in an attempt to keep her secret group safe. 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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