This is a big week in the “Big Brother 2013” house as the week 10 HoH is making a very big move. The house shake-up got under way this past week with Elissa making the nominations, and it’s continuing into this coming week. What are the latest “Big Brother” spoilers from the live feeds on Aug. 30?
GinaMarie is the Head of Household and she has nominated Amanda and McCrae. This was a total blindside to them, as Amanda thought she had GinaMarie convinced to nominate Elissa and Spencer. The aftermath of the nominations was pretty much what “Big Brother 2013” fans would expect: Amanda cried, yelled and was an all-around mess.
Amanda started crying and was quite confused. She confronted GinaMarie, insisting that her nominations didn’t make any sense. GinaMarie actually kept very calm about it all, pointing out that as a couple Amanda and McCrae are a big threat. GinaMarie points out that all of the remaining houseguests are singles, so it wouldn’t make sense not to nominate McCranda. Amanda really does not seem to get it.
Interestingly Amanda just does not seem to see what is right in front of her, which is the new alliance. Andy, Judd, Spencer and GinaMarie have done a solid job of keeping McCranda in the dark on their ties, and it’s working quite well so far. McCrae even shed some tears at one point in the evening, but he’s been much more quiet about being nominated than Amanda has.
Amanda seems pretty broken down by her nomination, saying she wants to go home and she worries she’s ruining McCrae and Andy’s game. She is still quite oblivious to Andy’s shift of allegiance, and all of the houseguests are covering their tracks well when it comes to these nominations. The Power of Veto competition should be held Saturday, and it will be interesting to see how things play out. Amanda thinks that if any of the guys win they will save her, it seems, but that is very unlikely.
The PoV competition will be an interesting one. Andy really won’t want to win, and there are others who want to avoid the pressure from Amanda to use the PoV as well. Even if McCrae or Amanda win and remove themselves, the other remains on the block and should be the target for eviction. There has been some difference in opinion regarding whether McCrae or Amanda should be evicted this week, should they both remain on the block. However, if one does get off the block it seems certain the other will head to the jury.
That said, this is Amanda in the mix of things and she never gives up easily. No matter the results of Saturday’s Power of Veto competition, expect some serious wheeling, dealing, deal-making and likely bullying to try to keep both McCrae and Amanda in the game. It doesn’t look like it will work, but stranger things have happened. Stay tuned for more “Big Brother” spoilers throughout the weekend. It’s a double eviction this week on “Big Brother 2013,” and viewers are dying to see who heads to the jury.