Posted by Katherine Recap | "Reality" Competition, Hollywood, TV

Daily BB House Stats:
HOH – Victor
HOH Nominated – Natalie, James
Veto Winner – TBD
Evicted – #1 Jozea #2 Victor #3 Bronte #4 Tiffany #5 Frank #6 Da’vonne #7 Zakiyah #8 Bridgette #9 Paulie #10 Victor #11 Michelle
Battle Back Winner – Victor & Victor (again)
Return Ticket Holder – Paul
Have-Nots – None
Have-Not Supplement – N/A


Domino Games = Scintillating Feeds

On September 2nd Victor finally makes his HOH nominations after an interminable wait. The houseguests play dominos all day while patiently anticipating Victor’s decision. Of course, he puts Natalie and James on the block, as expected. But what was surprising after the fact was their reaction, especially from Natalie who says she, “can’t wait to see Victor or Paul win $500K,” and also that she just wants to win HOH so she can put Nicorey up on the block. It’s so lovely to see that putting Natalie on the block has recharged her cheerleader bunny batteries and completely cured her HOHitis. She’s out of her slump – hooray!


The cutest beautician, a secret killer in the game?

Speaking of Natalie, now that she’s bright and bubbly again she can make anything fun and cute, including a solid hour of nose strip application and removal. She and James stay up late and beautify together while they talk game. Her revitalized personality shows us a crucial Nat Nat attribute. Turns out she’s one of those people who’s at their best under pressure. This bodes well for her in these final weeks. So, watch out, houseguests! We predict that Natalie’s going to be playing hard in these final days and the way James has been acting (he said “I love you” to her on September 2nd) it appears that he’d be happy to fall on a sword for her.


… and they’re entertaining too

The consensus on Twitter agrees with Natalie that Paul and Victor deserve to be in the final two. In fact, several feedsters and updaters have commented that if they end up there they’ll be the first truly deserving final two EVER in Big Brother history. This is largely due to the fact that many great players get there by leaving their alliances in the dust, whether it’s by choice or not. These two are tight, though and will do everything they can to stay together. It doesn’t mean they’re guaranteed to make it all the way to the end as a duo because luck plays a critical element in the game of Big Brother, like in most games.

Next we’ll see the Veto competition and subsequent drama confetti, so tune in to for all the deets. You can also check our daily updates on twitter @RuiningBigBro.

– Katherine Recap


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