Big Brother Over The Top spoilers have America overruling the current HOH. These latest BBOTT spoilers come from Wednesday, October 5, mere hours before the first live Eviction Ceremony is set to take place. On the CBS live feeds, it has become obvious that Monte Masongill has lost control of the house. Monte became the first Head of Household this season, giving him the power to target two people for eviction. It appears that he won’t be successful in getting either of his main targets out on Wednesday night, meaning he is in danger for Week 2.
When Monte revealed the people who were protected at the Safety Ceremony, it left Jason Roy and Danielle Lickey as the two nominees for eviction in Week 1. America also got to choose a nominee, though, going with Cornbread Ligon when the opportunity was presented. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Jason then ended up winning the Power of Veto, saving himself from being on the block for the Week 1 Eviction Ceremony. Jason, as a returning houseguest, had been the primary target of one of the main alliances.
— hamsterwatch #BBOTT (@hamsterwatch) October 5, 2016
In the latest round of Big Brother Over The Top spoilers, the replacement nominee from Monte Masongill was named. Monte went with Kryssie Ridolfi as his new choice. This means that Danielle Lickey, Cornbread Ligon, and Kryssie Ridolfi are the three houseguests at risk of going home during the first Eviction Ceremony. With no jury this season, the eviction will be permanent. There have been a lot of discussions about the pending votes within the BBOTT house, predicting that a plan is already in place that will lead to one of them going home soon.
Shane Chapman, Scott Dennis, Jason Roy, Neeley Jackson, and Justin Duncan appear ready to vote against Cornbread Ligon on Wednesday night. It is also expected that America has also voted to evict Cornbread, giving him the six necessary votes for eviction. It was obvious inside the BBOTT house that people were beginning to side against Cornbread, so that could cause a few other people to toss a vote his way in order to stay part of the majority.
— Big Brother Junkie (@89razorskate20) October 5, 2016
While previous Big Brother Over The Top spoilers suggested that the vote would be split very evenly, winding up on the losing side of the first eviction vote is a bad way to start a season. This could create an even more one-sided vote against Cornbread, as nobody wants to be left as one of the main targets for the Week 2 Eviction Ceremony. At some point during the previous week, each of the three nominees has been targeted, but as the smoke begins to clear, Cornbread is just about out of lifelines.
— BBOverTheTop (@BBOverTheTop) October 5, 2016
The live episode for the show will be on Wednesday, October 5, at 7 p.m. PT/10 p.m. ET. Host Julie Chen will appear for the live audience again, visiting the BBOTT house in what CBS is calling the “first episode” of the season. The episode will take about an hour, leading right up to the Eviction Ceremony at 8 p.m. PT/11 p.m. ET and then the Week 2 HOH Competition at 9 p.m. PT/12 a.m. ET. The night will be packed with quite a few new Big Brother Over The Top spoilers for fans to enjoy.
Fans who want to read more about the Big Brother: Over The Top schedule and when events take place can read about it in a previous report by the Inquisitr.
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