Big Brother 15 Cast 3Figuring out who got voted off Big Brother for week 3 didn’t seem like it was going to be that hard of a prediction to make. From everything we’d seen on the 2013 Big Brother Live Feeds all week, all signs seemed to point very firmly toward one particular HouseGuest who would be evicted on Big Brother 15 this week. In this game, however, it is never wise to believe any player is absolutely 100 percent out the door until the final votes are counted…

Even before Helen won Head of Household for week 3, we pretty much knew what her plan would be if she did take home the win. Helen wanted Jeremy as the one who went home on Big Brother 15 this week. Period, end of story. Once she had the HoH power in hand, and Elissa as the probable Most Valuable Player again in her pocket, it was full steam ahead with her plan. And this time, she wasn’t going to give Jeremy the opportunity to escape eviction by winning the Power of Veto Competition.

With The Moving Company alliance now dead and most of the house aligned with her vision, Helen pushed the house in mass to get on board with the plan to backdoor Jeremy. In the first step of the plan, Helen nominated Aaryn and Jeremy’s showmance girlfriend Kaitlin for eviction. When her Mom Squad ally Elissa won MVP again, they collaborated to make sure Jeremy would still be the backdoor target by having Elissa nominate Spencer as the third person up on the block. (Although McCrae and Amanda really, really wanted Howard in case something happened with Jeremy — especially Amanda.)

Not putting Jeremy up on the block in the original nominations meant that he had a very small chance of getting to play in the Power of Veto Competition as a randomly selected HouseGuest. Luckily for Helen and her gang, he was not chosen to play. While his showmance Kaitlin ended up winning, she eventually decided she wasn’t brave enough to risk her own eviction and used the PoV to take herself off the block.

Helen promptly followed through with the backdoor play and put up Jeremy as the replacement nominee. At the time, it seemed virtually impossible for him to avoid eviction once he was on the block with most of the HouseGuests planning to vote against him. Even his former ally GinaMarie was more loyal to Aaryn than to him and might vote against him too just to make sure Aaryn didn’t get sent home. Like a true Big Brother player, however, Jeremy was not about to go down without a fight and set out to rustle up each and every vote he could.

Who Will Go Home This Week
However, we predicted with 98 percent certainty that it would be Jeremy who was eliminated on Big Brother 15 this week. Pretty much every other hardcore fan site blogger and viewer poll out there agreed.  A whopping 74 percent of our readers here at Big Brother Access chose Jeremy as the one going home. So unless there was a crazy flip or twist in the last few hours, it seemed pretty much a given that Jeremy would be the third person evicted on Big Brother 2013.

So who went home on Big Brother last night after all the scheming, plotting, backstabbing, deals and campaigning?

Here are how the votes went down during the live eviction on Thursday night:

Candice votes to evict Jeremy
Andy votes to evict Jeremy
Howard votes to evict Jeremy
Elissa votes to evict Jeremy
Kaitlin votes to evict Spencer
GinaMarie votes to evict Jeremy
Amanda votes to evict Jeremy (after squealing at Jeremy a bit)
McCrae votes to evict Jeremy (for eating the last pizza in the house)
Jessie votes to evict Jeremy
Judd votes to evict Jeremy

>> Read our full recap of Thursday night’s live eviction show here.

Watch all the drama that goes down inside the house after last night’s live eviction on the CBS Big Brother Live Feeds. Enjoy a two day free trial and see the power in the house shift after the new Head of Household is named and find out the Big Brother spoilers on Friday for who they will nominate for eviction this week — only on the Live Feeds!





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