We think it's fair to say that Celebrity Big Brother has brought the drama throughout its first week on the air.
We've had Brandi Glanville causing trouble, Omarosa wailing to Ross Matthews about how she would never vote for Donald Trump again and a big twist that allowed the head of household to be overthrown.
The first big event of the episode was the Power of Veto competition, and if you've been keeping up with our Big Brother spoilers, you will already know how that played out.
Keshia, James, and Chuck were players by default. Mark and Ari were picked by random draw, and Keshia chose Shannon to help her try and keep the nominations the same.
Omarosa was tasked with hosting the competition that found the houseguests spelling the biggest word. Shannon emerged as the winner, successfully spelling out "responsibilities."
That means Shannon won the first two competitions of the season and needs to dial it back a little if she has any hope of making it much further.
Proving to be a competition beast in week one can be detrimental to your place in the game. It's a good thing Shannon is in that all-female alliance because they should all keep each other safe.
James and Ari came in the last place in the competition, so they had to wear baby costumes for 48 hours. They came to play Big Baby, it seems.
The nominations were kept the same, meaning James or Chuck would be going home. This meant James was the likely one to go, but there were some last-minute discussions that made everyone question the target.
Eviction One Votes:
- Brandi Glanville votes to evict: Chuck
- Ariadna Guiterrez votes to evict: Chuck
- Omarosa votes to evict: James
- Ross Mathews votes to evict: Chuck
- Metta World Peace votes to evict: Chuck
- Marissa Jaret Winokur votes to evict: Chuck
- Shannon Elizabeth votes to evict: Chuck
- Mark McGrath votes to evict: Chuck
By a vote of 7-1, Chuck was the first houseguest evicted from Celebrity Big Brother!
He was furious, but it was a last-minute blindside that will likely come back to haunt some of the players.
Omarosa voting to evict James seemed like a strategic move to cause some unrest in the all-female alliance. It seems a bit early to be doing that, but we all knew she would be causing as much trouble as possible.
The power is back up for grabs, and we cannot wait to see who has been crowned the next HOH. The results and should be announced today at some point.
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Big Brother continues Sunday on CBS.