Big Brother spoilers coming in from the Live Feeds are starting to make us wonder if yet another vote flip might actually save Tiffany Rousso from eviction for a second week. Could it really be possible the majority of players in the house will skip the chance again to boot Vanessa Rousso’s sister out the door?
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The sister of former houseguest Vanessa Rousso has been sitting on the hot seat for two eviction rounds now. Last time she barely squeaked through because of a last minute vote flip that sent Bronte D’Acquisto out the door instead of her. This week we were sure there was no way that could happen again, but Tiffany has proven to be quite the slippery eviction target. Plus, she’s had unexpected and accidental help from the person most likely to replace her as the houseguest getting kicked out!
Head of Household Paulie Calafiore has been gunning for Tiffany since he first win the HoH. Veteran Frank Eudy, on the other hand, quickly teamed up with former enemy Tiffany to try to fry a bigger fish in his opinion — Da’Vonne Rogers. He believes Da’Vonne is more of a threat to him, so he was quite willing to buddy up with Tiffany — even after that roasting pre-eviction speech she gave about him last week — to try to get Day out.
Frank and Tiffany have been working every angle they can to flip the vote since even before Da’Vonne went on the block as the Roadkill nominee replacement. They know they have to have five solid votes against Da’Vonne or a tiebreaker vote could go to Paulie. Considering how hard he’s been after Tiffany, that would be a very hard sell indeed.
Bridgette and Frank are both on board to evict Da’Vonne and they’ve all been working on Nicole and Corey, who keep waffling over the choice. Frank and crew have been pushing hard about how Da’Vonne has said the showmances need to be broken up, something that doesn’t sit well with Nicole and Corey — since they are one of those showmances. However, they aren’t totally convinced yet that it’s not better to get Tiffany out now, and try for Da’Vonne next week or later on.
James Huling could be a vote for the flip if he think Da’Vonne presents a danger to him and his, um, sort of showmance with Natalie. Especially since he’s been feeling left out of the ‘showmance alliance’ going on in the house with Nicole/Corey and Zakiyah/Paulie.
If, and it is a big if, Frank, Tiffany and Bridgette can manage to wrangle Nicole and Corey to their side, that would end up in a tie. That would probably be no good for them since Paulie is almost certainly going to vote against Tiffany no matter what he might say against Da’Vonne. However, if they could also get James on their side, that would give them a five vote majority to evict Da’Vonne instead of Tiffany.
The thing that gives more weight to this possibility actually happening, however, is Da’Vonne. She just can’t seem to sit back and let it ride this week, which would probably keep her safe. Instead, she’s been telling people she wants the showmances broken up, including James! In a bad move for Da’Vonne, James was quite happy to tell Paulie this very clearly, which did not make Paulie very happy. He and Paul are still almost certainly going to vote against Tiffany, but this could actually help to make James think harder about flipping to the other side if he feels his allies aren’t taking what he is saying seriously.
There is still one big flaw though, even if James can be brought around to Tiffany’s side. Nicole may still be too tight with Da’Vonne to vote against her, even if Corey does. In that case, Tiffany would have to have Paul on her side as well to prevent a tie vote — which is unlikely since Paul is really happy to be Paulie’s buddy boy right now. Paul is not looking likely to change his vote unless Paulie tells him too, and even if Paulie does want Da’Vonne out, he still seems to want Tiffany out this week more. At least for now.