The “Big Brother: Over the Top” house is going topsy-turvy this week, with the Ballsmashers and the Late Night Jamboree at odds — and one cast member caught in the middle.
In Screener’s exclusive clip from Wednesday’s (Nov. 9) eviction episode, the Ballsmashers overhear Whitney and Justin talking about a “celebratory dinner” and assume Whitney means celebrating that Danielle won the Power of Veto, which is not good for their alliance.
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When Morgan confronts her about it, Whitney plays it off as celebrating Justin being done as a Have-Not and being off slop and therefore ready to appreciate said dinner — but is that really what Whitney and Justin’s dinner is really about?
Either way, the damage has been done and the Ballsmashers think their girl Whitney has completely flipped her allegiance in the house — and they’re not wrong, but it’s going to be a case of too little, too late in figuring out she’s no longer with them because Alex, Morgan and Whitney are the three nominees left after the POV ceremony. The Late Night Jamboree controls the votes this week, so it’s just a matter of whether they want Alex or Morgan out.
But the most exciting part of Wednesday’s episode is that it is a double eviction!
The next Head of Household competition will be crucial to the game, so be sure to tune in to CBS All Access beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT for all the action.
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