The “Big Brother 15” house week 10 nominations are over and the evictees have been nominated. Things got heated pretty fast when the BB15 live feeds came back up after the nomination ceremony. The following contains spoiler information for “Big Brother 15” and reveals who won the week 10 HoH competition and who the HoH nominated for eviction from the BB15 house.
When the “Big Brother 15” live feeds came back up on Aug. 30 following the nomination ceremony, life feed subscribers watched as the meltdown begin following HoH GinaMarie nominated Amanda and McCrae for eviction. “Big Brother 15 fans” know that this week is a double eviction, and as always, anything can, and probably will, happen.
It took about an hour for the BB15 live feeds to return from the nomination ceremony and “Big Brother 15” fans on Twitter were using the “AmandaMeltDownParty” hash tag while waiting for the results and the anticipated meltdown from Amanda Zuckerman. Things were quiet in the BB15 house for about five minutes when Amanda erupted, as expected.
Hiding under a blanket, Amanda finally peeked out and said to McCrae: "I don't care anymore honey; I'd rather go home instead of you." Then she told McCrae she did not understand why GinaMarie would nominate the two of them and not Elissa because it just did not make sense.
Amanda continued her rant through the “Big Brother 15” house storming in on Spencer and Andy demanding to know “what the [bleep] was that?” referring to GinaMarie’s nomination choices. Amanda then stomped off to confront GinaMarie in the HoH room.
Get more "Big Brother 15" week 10 spoiler details on my blog.
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