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‘Big Brother’ week 7 spoilers: Who’s going home tonight?

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - OCTOBER 26: Television host Julie Chen attends Big Brother Big Sisters Of Greater Los Angeles 2012 Stars Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on October 26, 2012 in Beverly Hills, California.
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It’s another live eviction on tonight’s “Big Brother,” and it could be the end of the road for blonde beauty Nicole Franzel. The 22-year-old nursing school grad seems poised to be the next person evicted on the CBS summertime reality show.

On the Aug. 13 episode of “Big Brother,” Franzel was blindsided when her former BFF Christine Brecht put her on the chopping block. Brecht was forced to put up a replacement nominee following Zach’s Rance’s Power of Veto win. With Franzel up against popular houseguest Donny Thompson, it looks to be the perfect backdoor opportunity.

On Wednesday, Celebrity Dirty Laundry revealed that the live feeds indicate that Franzel will be going home. While she’s apparently made several campaign attempts to stay in the house, only Zach seemed interested in working with her.

Franzel's three Head of Household wins and her showmance with jury member Hayden Voss seem to have hurt her. Puppet master Derrick Levasseur, who is clearly running the “BB” house this year, has already said Donny is the lesser of two evils. The 42-year old maintenance worker has won three Power of Veto competitions, but only one HOH.

The spoiler site Big Brother Network revealed that Zach told Nicole that the rest of the houseguests think she’s the biggest liar in the house and she has now threatened to “blow up” the game. This could likely occur before her final plea to stay in the house, which will probably be more of a goodbye spiel.

Of course, this is “Big Brother” and, as colorful houseguest Frankie Grande pointed out last week, “everybody lies” in “Big Brother.” But longtime fans of the show also know that it’s not over until it’s over. Anything can happen before tonight’s live vote, and Donny’s popularity could end up making him a target as the remaining houseguests decide if he’d hurt their chances of taking home the $500,000 “Big Brother” grand prize.

The live eviction episode of “Big Brother 16” airs on Aug. 14 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.