Divided House Groups and Appointments Revealed
[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for Big Brother 24 split house twist and Week 7 nominations.]
After the Big Brother 24 Week 6 Eviction, the Houseguests were split into two groups of five for the first-ever Split House Double Eviction twist. Who are the four nominees?
‘Big Brother 24’ Divided House Groups Revealed
After Indy Santos became the first juror of Big Brother 24the remaining 10 players learned the Split House Double Eviction twist in which the house splits into two groups that will have no interaction with each other.
Both groups will play a game of Big Brother, including nominations, Power of Veto and an elimination, culminating in two Houseguests joining the judging panel next week. After the new twist was revealed, players gathered outside for the Head of Household contest.
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Michael Bruner won, making him the HOH for Big BroChella, which takes place inside the house, and Terrance Higgins placed second, making him the HOH for Dyre Fest, which takes place outdoors. . The HOH then picked their group schoolyard pick, with Michael selecting Jasmine Davis first, followed by closest allies Brittany Hoopes and Taylor Hale.
Leftover member Monte Taylor scored his final pick, which he chose over Kyle Capener. Terrance picked Matt “Turner” with his top pick, then went with Alyssa Snider, Joseph Abdin, and finally, Alyssa’s showmanship partner Kyle.
‘Big Brother 24’ Shared Home Appointments
After the competition, Michael revealed that Jasmine, the only non-remaining member of his team, was his primary target.
However, he plans to take the opportunity to blind Monte, an ally he once thought of turning on, if Jasmine flees with the Veto. Terrance expressed his desire to target Joseph but initially didn’t want to harbor him.
Therefore, it was assumed that he would appoint the showmance as pawns and place Joseph after the veto ceremony. However, Kyle exposed the remains to Terrance, altering the HOH’s plan. Michael nominated Monte and Jasmine for the eviction, and Terrance set up Joseph and Turner, keeping the showmance safe.
If Joseph wins the Veto, Turner could go home. While Joseph will likely vote to keep the remains intact, Alyssa and Kyle will protect each other, bonding. Now that Terrance knows about the alliance, he’ll probably try to break it up by sending Turner to Jury House.
The leftovers are starting to crack
In Week 3, then HOH Turner, Joseph, Kyle, and Monte learned about this Girls Girls alliance, thanks to Alyssa, and wanted to stop the season from happening. Therefore, they brought in then-nominated Michael and Brittany, along with ostracized Taylor to form The Leftovers.
After blinding Ameerah Jones, the group successfully targeted Taylor’s rivals Nicole Layog and Daniel Durston. The Other Side of the House (Indy, Jasmine, and Alyssa) began to realize they were on the sidelines and formed the Five Swatters with Joseph and Kyle.
However, the guys are not loyal to the covenant and share everything with the leftovers. The strong alliance began to crack in Week 6 when Taylor changed her target to Alyssa at the last second because the Florida native gave her a trip during the Veto competition. However, Kyle, the POV winner, refused to use it, knowing his showmanship would be misappropriated.
The situation rubbed a few allies the wrong way as they felt he should have shown his loyalty to the group by activating his showmanship. However, others, namely Michael, want Alyssa to stay in the house, so the couple remains a bigger target than him. Big Brother 24 airs Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays on CBS.
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