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Big Brother Judd HOH

Wednesday night’s Big Brother show delivers major drama from beginning to end!

Judd is the Head of Household and he’s chosen to target Kaitlin and Aaryn for eviction.

There are a lot of opinions from the other houseguests on who should be kicked out of the house, but Judd has one major thought on the subject: “Honestly, I don’t care who goes home as long as it doesn’t put a target on my back next week,” he says.

Big Brother Aaryn

With that said, Judd tells Aaryn whatever it takes to convince her she’s fine in the house so she won’t be mad at him.

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Amanda tells Aaryn and Kaitlin that they are safe and somebody else—Howard—will be back-doored.

America’s favorite MVP, Elissa, is thrown off her game a bit when she doesn’t get the usual announcement that she’s America’s choice to secretly nominate who she wants.

Big Brother Elissa

Little does she know, America gets to be MVP and will decide this week’s third player up for elimination.

Amanda suddenly shows her true colors and admits that she doesn’t trust Elissa and without the MVP she is useless to her.

“If she’s not careful, Judd’s going to backdoor her,” agrees her pizza boy lackey McCrae.

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Spencer then tells Howard that without Elissa and Amanda in the house they would have smooth sailing. It’s looking like the tide is quickly turning in the house on who the major targets should be. The guys go over who the vulnerable players are and tally up the numbers.

Spencer and Howard then present their thoughts to Judd, stalker GinaMarie and Kaitlin—and it’s looking like a strong new alliance of underdogs could be coming together.

Big Brother Alliance

“I’m ready to rock man,” says GinaMarie. “I know the whole Nick thing got me down but I’m ready to rock baby!”

Meanwhile, Helen wisely figures out what the MVP twist in the game is and calls it “a very scary twist.”

Indeed.

The house is called together to learn the MVP’s choice, and it turns out to be a completely unexpected surprise.

Big Brother Elissa Nomination

It’s Elissa!

“When my face came up as the third nominee, I felt betrayed,” says Elissa, who remains suspicious the entire episode of who could have put her up for elimination (shame on you America!). “I thought that I had made progress with some of the houseguests and I had built loyalty with a lot of them. It’s a stab in the back.”

Much of the house is just as shocked as she is.

But it’s time for the all-important Veto Competition that could change everything. Judd randomly selects the players who will be competing along with Elissa, Aaryn and Kaitlin.

He chooses McCrae and Elissa’s closest ally, Helen. Andy is the host.

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Before they play, Elissa starts to show some cracks in her strong facade. “This is just not fun…I’m up every week,” she tells Candice after saying she just wants to get voted out and go home.

Candice reminds Elissa that her sister—Big Brother champ and new OK! blogger, Rachel Reilly, experienced the same situation and fought hard. Find out what Rachel thinks about what Elissa is going through on OKMagazine.com tomorrow!

But now it’s time for the Veto Competition! Contestants will have to get votes in a special election, but to do so they will get dirty. Ah, politics.

Big Brother Veto Election

To get votes, players must crawl through the mud and search for sealed ballots. Why can’t all elections be decided in the same way?

Big Brother Veto

Houseguests must then take the ballot to their voting booth to open it to reveal its value and choose to keep it or discard it. But beware, they can only have four ballots total. Whoever gets the most votes after eight minutes wins the Power of Veto.

But there are also other prizes and consequences that come with certain ballots.

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Once the time is up, the votes are tallied:

Helen has 29 votes, along with an 8 p.m. curfew.

Kaitlin racks up a measly 25 votes.

McCrae earns even less—just 20 votes, but he scores that $5,000 prize, which he says would buy a lot of pizza.

Aaryn is up next and she shows 32 votes, putting her in the lead.

But Judd gets 38 points—and 24 hours of solitary confinement with alarm clocks that will go off every 9 minutes.

That leaves just Elissa, who is desperate to save herself from the block. And she does it with 40 votes!

Big Brother Elissa Veto

But her victory comes with a hefty price—she must sit out the next Veto Competition.

Elissa then delivers a message for the mystery MVP (America!): “Whoever secretly nominated me, you’re going to have to try a lot harder because I’m not going anywhere!”

We hope not!

Now the third seat is open, and everybody is terrified of who will be going up on the block. But before that happens, it’s time to celebrate McCrae’s 24th birthday! Amanda steps up to the plate and strips down to a stripper swimsuit to deliver her showmance 24 spankings with a whip!

Big Brother Amanda Bday

Unfortunately, rather than a happy birthday, Elissa and Amanda start sparring with each other. Tensions are clearly rising in the house and the game is really getting good!

The players then gather in the living room to watch Elissa make the unsurprising decision to remove herself from the block.

The secret MVP’s replacement choice?

Big Brother GinaMarie Nom

GinaMarie. Good job America!

Don’t forget to read Rachel’s recap of the show and hear her thoughts on her sister Elissa’s game, what went wrong for the evicted houseguest and her week’s predictions after a new Head of Household is crowned!

Who do you think should go home tonight? Follow me on twitter for more Big Brother updates, and then sound off in the comments section or tweet us @OKMagazine.

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