Two “Big Brother” season 16 house guests are waiting to find out if a live vote will allow them to stay in the game or if they will be sent packing. Following the eviction on July 31, 2014, the Head of Household competition is slated to take place.
Initially, Victoria and Jocasta were on the eviction block, nominated by reigning HOH Frankie. But, after Hayden won the Power of Veto competition and saved Victoria from going home, Frankie replaced her by backdooring Amber.
This left Amber, the target of the main alliance in the “Big Brother” house according to “Big Brother: After Dark” episodes, unable to fight in any sort of competition for her safety. Instead, she has been forced to try and sway the other cast mates to keep her, but has done so with reluctance because she is close to Jocasta and does not want to campaign against her.
According to live feeds from inside the “Big Brother” house, earlier this week, Frankie and several other house guests convinced Caleb that Amber should be put on the eviction block. Initially, he believed that the goal was simply to scare her into being loyal to the power players in the game, but later he was filled in on the true plan.
Caleb has openly expressed he has a massive crush on Amber both on live feeds, according to Joker’s Updates, and on “Big Brother” episodes. She has not reciprocated his feelings and according to what she’s stated on the show, she just likes him as a friend.
Amber was also part of Team America’s last attempt to fulfill a mission, as its members – Derrick, Donny, and Frankie – were required to incite two house guests to get into an argument at either the nomination or POV ceremony. Their attempt at the former failed, so they convinced Zach, unaware of Team America’s existence, to confront Amber at the POV event. Zach lived up to his word, basically telling Amber she had treated Caleb badly despite all of the things he believes he has done for her in the house, but she did not respond. Therefore, Team America failed its mission.
“Big Brother” season 16 airs on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET, Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET, with live eviction shows airing on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. In addition, “Big Brother: After Dark” is airing Monday and Tuesday nights at 11 p.m. ET, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 12 a.m. ET, and Thursdays at 1 a.m. ET on TVGN.