The Big Brother 25 cast is ready for its next eviction vote.
Cameron Hardin and Cirie Fields are the nominees, with six houseguests deciding upon the first BB25 jury member.
Jag Bains used the Power of Veto to save Felicia Cannon. Bowie Jane then named Cameron as her replacement nominee.
The live feeds have been busy this week, including a houseguest saying they “want to go home” to the cameras.
Bowie Jane has been the Head of Household for the first time, giving her a taste of power.
And Bowie Jane loves being in power. Will this stop her from throwing additional challenges?
Or could Bowie Jane find herself as a target as soon as her HOH reign is over?
A look at the October 12 eviction vote
America Lopez, Blue Kim, Cory Wurtenberger, Felicia Cannon, Jag Bains, and Matt Klotz are the houseguests with votes in Week 10.
Felicia used to be on the block but now gets to vote after Jag saved her. Cirie convinced Jag to take that route so Felicia could come down.
The six voters will now decide who becomes the first BB25 jury member.
Cameron has pushed hard to create scenarios where he survives, but nobody is biting this week. The plan was set early in the week, and nobody is budging.
Despite his downfalls in the social aspect of Big Brother, Cameron is just too good at challenges.
The October 12 eviction vote will likely be unanimous, with a 6-0 vote eliminating Cameron from the game. This will become his second eviction on a unanimous vote.
Goodbye messages become very important now, as people need to be concerned about jury management. Some houseguests who have mistreated Cameron this week may have lost his vote for good.
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