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Big Brother 15 Live Feeds Morning Report: June 28, 2013

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After an eventful day for the HouseGuests on the 2013 Big Brother Live Feeds yesterday, last night was a bit more chill. While scheming and plotting around the upcoming Veto Ceremony continued, there was still plenty of time for some of the BB15 HouseGuests to dive a little deeper into showmance territory. Keep scrolling for our morning report about what happened on the Big Brother 15 Live Feeds overnight.

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WARNING: SPOILER ALERT – This post will contain numerous Big Brother spoilers gathered from the Live Feeds about game play, alliances, eviction nominations, the Power of Veto Competition results and more that has not yet been shown on the CBS Big Brother show. This is your last warning not to keep reading if you do not want to know what happened!

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Big Brother 15 Live Feeds Evening Report — June 27, 2013

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6-27-2013 11-53-01 PMThe scheming and drama continues in the Big Brother 15 house behind-the-scenes while we wait for the CBS show to return on Sunday. Of course, we can’t wait until then to find out everything there is to know about what is going on in there, so we’re watching the Big Brother Live Feeds and bringing you all the tastiest Big Brother spoilers on what the hamsters have been up to!

Thursday was a big day in the Big Brother 2013 house with the first Most Valuable Player being revealed, their eviction nomination announced and the Power of Veto Competition going down. Seriously, we’re tired just from watching all this stuff! Hopefully the HouseGuests will get a bit of a break tomorrow so they can put on their bikinis and lounge around the pool a bit in between secret planning sessions. Because, you know, we are all about the bikinis… Oh shut up. You know you love those poolside pics.

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Big Brother 2013 Spoilers: Power of Veto Competition Week 1

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Big-Brother-Power-of-Veto1The first Big Brother 15 Power of Veto Competition is over and the results were quite surprising in a number of ways. Keep on reading for our Big Brother spoilers on who won the POV and how it may shake up the eviction nominations this week!

We certainly didn’t expect this outcome going into the Power of Veto Comp today, especially after the Most Valuable Player eviction nomination was announced. With the results of the POV, the whole plan conceived by the MVP and their alliance may not have to go out out the window. At this point it is nearly impossible to predict which of the three nominees will end up going home at eviction time.

Not that we mind, because honestly it is way more fun not to know exactly what is going to happen and who will get the boot. Having three nominees instead of two, plus adding in all the MVP stuff into the mix, certainly has made the first few days of Big Brother 15 quite fascinating to watch play out, especially on the Big Brother Live Feeds.

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Big Brother 2013 Spoilers: MVP Eviction Nomination Week 1

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6-27-2013 12-38-07 PMIn case you missed it earlier, the first Big Brother Most Valuable Player was informed of their win on the Big Brother Live Feeds earlier today. The person selected by America’s votes was then given the opportunity to anonymously pick a third person to be nominated for eviction this week. Read on for the Big Brother 2013 spoilers on who they chose!

Although the selected player was told of their status anonymously, and not required to tell any of the other players, the person decided to inform an alliance member they was chosen. Luckily for the MVP, their alliance partner kept this secret to themselves.

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Big Brother Ratings For Season 15 Premiere Weakest Ever

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CBS Big Brother ratings for the season 15 premiere matched the record for the weakest ever in the show’s history in the U.S. Big Brother 2013 returned to CBS on Wednesday with 16.3 million viewers and a 2.1 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18 to 49 demographic.

With those numbers, it looks like Big Brother ratings for the season 15 premiere were down 12 percent from last year’s in overall viewership and 19 percent in the 18 to 49 age group. This is pretty much about the same level as 2008’s Big Brother ratings for the season premiere that year, which were the lowest ever for the series.

Even so, Big Brother still managed to beat out all competition for total viewership in its 8 PM prime time hour, although it did tie with Fox’s MasterChef in the 18 to 49 group. We can only hope all the new twists and fan voting participation this year will help improve Big Brother ratings for the rest of the season.

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