Can’t wait to find out who was evicted from Big Brother tonight? Well, we urge you to go find the episode to watch so you can see all the awesome drama of this season’s double eviction night in full. However, if you just have to know right now, we have the Big Brother 15 spoilers on what happened! You just aren’t going to believe the wild ride the HouseGuests went on Thursday evening!
We having been waiting anxiously all week to find out who got voted off Big Brother 2013 in the double eviction! Although some of the players suspected that this week might possibly see two players getting tossed out, we don’t think anyone really took the idea seriously enough. Especially since we just learned both eliminated players will go to the Jury House!
There were some vague plans about who might do what if it happened but no one really truly prepared to deal with the chaos and confusion of the night’s events. How do you really prepare for an eviction, followed by a Head of Household Competition, then a Power of Veto Competition, Power of Veto Ceremony and another eviction all in the space of one hour? Crazy!
For those who want the full scoop on Thursday night’s live eviction show, you can check out our full recap here. If you’d rather just skip right to the juicy part and find out who got evicted on Big Brother tonight in week 6, just click the plus sign below our SPOILER ALERT! banner below to find out!
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