The nominees this week, just as was predicted: Helen and Elissa.
They’ve just picked the players for the veto comp: Aaryn, Andy, Gina Marie, Spencer, Helen, and Elissa will be competing. Amanda will be hosting.
The target is Helen but that hasn’t stopped Amanda and the other mean girls from really hating on Elissa. Basically, ever since Jessie went out the door and Aaryn won HoH, Amanda, Aaryn, and Gina Marie have been talking about Elissa nonstop. They’ve been talking about how she doesn’t deserve to be in the house. They’ve been making fun of her for doing so much yoga. They even went on about how Elissa only talks about her son and therefore, that shows that Elissa doesn’t love her other children.
Earlier, Amanda told GM that Elissa is a fake. Amanda went on to add: “I’ve had to fake being her BFF this whole time and I still have to do it.”
Amanda then said, “Can we just agree that she (Elissa) has the worst style ever?”
This coming from a girl who has been wearing the same hoodie and no pants since she first came into the house.
Gee, Amanda, jealous much? It’s hard not to feel that, so far, this entire season has been fueled by Amanda’s body issues.
Of course, maybe Amanda would be in a better mood if not for the fact that she’s a have-not this week. That’s right — for the first week since the season began, Amanda can not sleep in the HoH bed and she also can’t wander around eating everyone else’s food. Joining Amanda as a have-not: Gina Marie, Helen, and Elissa. The Have/Have-Not competition was boys vs. girls and, judging from what’s been said in the house, Spencer apparently won it for the boys.
Despite all the cattiness being directed at her this week, Elissa is not in danger of being voted out. The target is definitely Helen. Interestingly enough, Helen — for all of her bragging about what a great strategist she is — doesn’t seem to be aware that she’s the target. Aaryn told her that Elissa is the target and Helen seems to believe it.
If Helen or Elissa win the veto, the plan appears to be to put Spencer up as the replacement nominee and there’s actually a pretty good chance that if Spencer does go up, he could be voted out. As much as everyone’s been hating on Elissa, they all seem to agree that she’s not a threat and that they could beat her in a final two situation. Aaryn even went as far as to tell Elissa that the real plan was to backdoor Spencer but she only did that to keep Elissa from finding out the truth and telling Helen that she was the real target this week.
Assuming that the nominations remain the same and that the Big Brother houseguests can actually keep a secret this week (and we saw how will they did last week when they tried to keep Jessie from learning that she was the target), Thursday will be a true blindside.