After three weeks of teasing from production about the Bonus Life App, it was finally put into play in Thursday night’s eviction episode of Big Brother.
We’ll skip the filler of Kaitlyn’s crying and the house deciding on who to evict, knowing the power would be put into play quickly following the eviction. When it came time to vote, “Life Coach” Kaitlyn Herman was evicted by a 9-1 vote – but the BB App Store opened to give her one last chance to remain in the game.
Host Julie Chen told Kaitlyn she would have two minutes and thirty seconds to complete a seven-piece puzzle by taking it apart and putting it back together on the other side of a “house”. She struggled to get the puzzle to stand upright and correctly laid it out on the floor. She put it on the stand but time had run out. Kaitlyn’s eviction stands.
Following her exit from the house, Kaitlyn joined Julie for an extended interview and she said feels Faysal made the right decision for his game.
“No one made a bad choice in this game,” she said. “I’m sitting here for a reason and everyone made those choices for a reason. I’m so glad it worked out the way it did.”
Kaitlyn said she did not regret flipping on Swaggy in the second week and she realizes it is Faysal’s reason for not using the veto on her this week.
When Julie asked her if her friendships with Tyler and Faysal were real or if she was getting close to them because they are strong players, she said they were.
“I don’t think Fessy is a strong player. I threw him the last competition,” Kaitlyn replied.
Sure you did, Kait.
Finally, Julie asked Kaitlyn who she wanted to win.
“I think he [Tyler] could win but I want a girl to win. I’d like to see Bayleigh win.”
Who will be 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. If you can’t wait until then, head to our spoilers page for live updates from the Big Brother house all weekend long.