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‘Big Brother 16’ spoilers: Is Donny’s eviction a done deal?

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 18: Frankie Grande attends the Broadway opening night of 'Jekyll & Hyde The Musical' at the Marquis Theatre on April 18, 2013 in New York City.
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It’s getting down to the wire on “Big Brother.” With less than a month to go until the 16th winner of the CBS reality show is crowned, it looks like one of the show’s most beloved houseguests will be out the door. On Thursday, Celebrity Dirty laundry shared that the live feeds indicate that all of the houseguests have made up their mind that they are voting to evict Donny Thompson during tonight’s live eviction ceremony.

The 42-year-old groundskeeper has become a fan favorite thanks to his good natured personality coupled with his strategic game play. Thompson is so popular that fans voted him to be to be on Team America, offering him a chance to pocket $5,000 a pop for completing special missions.But sadly, unless something changes at the last minute, Donny will be sacrificed, and previously ousted houseguest Nicole Franzel will stay in the house for at least another week.

If evicted, Thompson will become the fourth member on the “Big Brother” jury. He’ll be ineligible for the $500, 000 jackpot or the $50,000 second prize, but he would still be in the running to take home the annual America’s Choice jackpot of $25,000. But, unfortunately, he has some pretty stiff competition for that prize, too.

Bustle reported that contestant Frankie Grande is using his social media following to help his game, and that could definitely affect things as America votes for this season’s favorite player. The popular YouTuber and self-described social media “guru,” who also happens to be the half brother of pop superstar Ariana Grande, made a plea to viewers that if they voted “yes” on his latest Team America mission, he would follow them back on Twitter. As for Donny, it definitely looks like his days in the “Big Brother” house are over.

The next episode of “Big Brother’ airs on Thursday, Aug, 28 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.

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