In our Big Brother 14 recap tonight, the first Head of Household of the season will nominate two or the new Big Brother 2012 cast houseguests to go up on the eviction block. Also on tonight’s episode, we will learn what ‘new power’ the veteran players will be able to earn in a special competition just for them.
Who will end up having to fight to stay in the house this week after being nominated for eviction? Read on in our live Big Brother 14 recap of Sunday’s nomination episode and find out with us! (Or if you just can’t wait another minute to find out the nominations, you can check out the Big Brother 2012 spoilers on those here.)
WARNING: BIG BROTHER 14 SPOILERS AHEAD!
This post contains Big Brother 14 spoilers for Sunday night’s nominations episode. Please stop reading here if you do not want to know what happened.
Last night’s episode of Big Brother 12 was packed with plenty of drama and some very interesting surprise twists! We give you a brief rundown on what happened, plus a few extra spoilers that took place after the show!
On Big Brother last night, we saw the end of the Head of Household competition. When we left the Houseguests in the previous episode, they were struggling to untangle themselves from a giant spider web of rope. The contest wasn’t finished by the end of the live show and left fans waiting to know who would end up the winner.
For those who didn’t watch the rest of the competition on the Big Brother Live Feeds, it wasn’t long before it was obvious who was probably going to take the competition. Brendon got the upper hand and pretty much kept it. Half the other Houseguests didn’t even really seem to be trying. If you’ve been watching the Live Feeds, you already know why – especially in the case of Enzo and Hayden.
BrendonÂ finally wonÂ the Head of Household competition hands down. He alsoÂ received the right to name the three Have-Nots for the week and chose Britney, Ragan and Matt. Ragan and Britney both pretty much ended up in tears over this during the next few hours.
At the Nomination Ceremony later on the show, Brendon put up Ragan and Lane for elimination. Ragan is the Saboteur, so if he goes home, he’ll lose out on that $20,000 he’s been trying to earn by pranking the other Houseguests.
Matt has the Diamond Power of Veto, of course, so he could choose to shake things up – especially with fellow Brigade alliance member Lane on the block.
Then again, you just never know what kind of insanity is going to happen in the Big Brother house! If you’d like more details on last night’s episode, plus BIG spoilers about what has happened since, visit our friends over at BigBrotherAccess.com for more!