The Big Brother spoilers for the week two Most Valuable Player were leaked on the 2013 Big Brother Live Feeds late last night. The MVP was revealed in a brief peek inside the Diary Room and showed the winner sitting next to the Big Brother Most Valuable Player envelope. Considering how much power the MVP player has, America’s vote this week could have a profound impact on the game and even end up deciding who gets evicted from the house this week.
Last week, the Most Valuable Player chosen by America was Elissa Slater, who just happens to be former Big Brother winner Rachel Reilly‘s sister. This did not come as a big surprise as pretty much everyone, including the other HouseGuests, figured she would win the vote because of her relation to the infamous Rachel. Plus, no one really knew enough about the other Big Brother 15 cast members yet to establish a strong fan vote for one of them yet. Now, however, the viewers are definitely starting to pick and choose which HouseGuests they like, and which they really, really don’t.
Inside the Big Brother 2013 house, Elissa is not well-liked by a large portion of the other hamsters. Would that dislike translate to the fans outside the house too and keep her from winning MVP for the second week? Click the plus sign below our SPOILER ALERT banner below to find out the Big Brother spoilers for the week two Most Valuable Player!
Stay tuned for the announcement of the Most Valuable Player eviction nominee and the Power of Veto Competition results, both of which should be coming up sometime on Saturday afternoon.
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