Haleigh Broucher and Brett Robinson out in Big Brother double eviction night

 Haleigh Broucher and Brett Robinson out in Big Brother double eviction night


The Big Brother house lost two guests on Thursday as Haleigh Broucher and Brett Robinson were shown the door in a double eviction, leaving the final five to battle it out for the $500,000 prize.

Thursday’s episode saw Sam and Haleigh battle it out and Haleigh was shown the door in a 4-0 vote. Following her exit, she spoke to host Julie Chen about her time inside the house.

“I did a great job about putting the target on my back,” she said. When I told the house about my secret Hacker with Bayleigh, it went all downhill from there.”

“That and my HoH week were both pretty terrible.”

Haleigh Broucher is evicted on Big Brother.

We went straight into the HoH competition, which was a question and answer. Tyler correctly had five out of seven points and was the new Head of Household. Looking back on this, Tyler just might regret what he is about to do. We get a look at what he is saying to Brett, telling him that they are going to “stick to the plan” and to have him throw the veto.

Little did Brett know, the plan was to backdoor him.

Tyler nominates JC and Sam and now we’re off to the Power of Veto competition. The competition is called “Block and Roll” as the houseguests had to arrange puzzle pieces to then roll a ball into the slot at the bottom. Angela completes the puzzle and wins the PoV.


We quickly see Tyler tell her to use it on JC but Brett comes in and she quickly says she is not going to use it.

At the veto meeting, Angela saves JC. But not without taking a conceited shot at Brett.

“I call this move being just one step ahead,” she said.

Tyler put up Brett, saying: “I call this being two steps ahead, Brett take a seat.”

Brett was evicted with a 3-0 vote and joined Julie for his interview, who had some strong words for him.

Brett Robinson is interview by host Julie Chen on Big Brother.

“You got played son,” Julie said.

She then asked why he did not expose Level 6 in his final speech.

“I don’t know. I was loyal to the end and I played a loyal game. I feel most betrayed by Tyler. He was my ride or die.”

But the most shocking moment of the night came when Julie signed off. She ended the show with a nod of support to her husband Les Moonves, who was ousted as CEO and Chairman of CBS earlier this week.

“From outside the ‘Big Brother’ house…I’m Julie Chen Moonves. Good night,” she said.

Who will become the next Head of Household and who will be nominated for eviction? Find out when Big Brother continues on Sunday night at 8/7c on CBS. If you can’t wait until then, head to our spoilers page to find out the latest from the house all weekend long.

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