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BIG BROTHER: Tears, Tantrums, And Total Chaos


The drama continues this week after last week’s third blindside of the season on Big Brother 20.  Following an explosive eviction, the house was in a sea of emotion after the 5-6 vote with Winston being the third houseguest to leave.


After a verbal argument between Rockstar and Brett, the houseguests were immediately off to battle in the ‘Head of Household’ competition. Rockstar was on a mission to win it, because of a lie Brett said about her moments before. Unfortunately for her, she was the first one eliminated! It was an endurance competition that required each houseguest to hold onto their platform until their is the last person standing. One by one, the houseguests fell, as we were left with a stand-off between Tyler and Sam.  It wasn’t long until Tyler voluntarily jumped after securing his safety – even though the two have been working together since week one.

When it came time to see Sam’s HOH room, she made it clear that this week will be different.  She wants the room to herself, and that there will be no one-on-one meetings, because she had her mind made up on who she’s nominating. It’s an interesting move that made most of the houseguests uneasy.


Rockstar, still upset about Brett’s lie, decided that she would chase after him with pots and pans singing about their so-called alliance. Unbothered by it, Brett joined in with claps himself. Kaitlyn, on the other hand, was focused on the vote, and not knowing who flipped. Faysal and Kailyn went back and forth as he questioned her loyalty, especially given her track record this season.  She eventually came to the idea that Sam used her power, causing two votes to flip, which is far from the truth.  This leaves Tyler in the clear, yet again, for another week.


As we head closer to the nomination ceremony, there is a flashback of a conversation that leads into an argument between JC and Bayleigh. She asked him about his height, and if there was a difference between “a midget” and a “dwarf.”  JC responded with details about the word, and how it’s offensive by even comparing it to the N word.  However, he said the full word which upset Bayleigh causing her to leave the room.  Later, JC was able to locate her and the two hashed out it with an emotional hug that brought them closer.

With no idea of where Sam’s head is at, she decides to nominate Haleigh and Kaitlyn.  Her rationale?  She feels the two are playing the cheap way by throwing themselves at the men, and the two are, “the opposite of female empowerment.” Both nominees are then seen in the confessionals sobbing, not because of the nomination, but because of the reasoning behind it. (filed by Jake Updegraff – Big Brother correspondent)


Who are you hoping wins PoV?  Let us know via the comment section below.   Find out the results Wednesday night at 8/7c on CBS!

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A lot of those fake tears and drama is added to the show to draw attention of the simple minded so easily taken by stuff that isnt real when it claims to be reality!!!

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‘Big Brother’ Winner Xavier Prather to Appear on The Bold and the Beautiful

Continue with the long-standing tradition of having contestants and winners from CBS’ Big Brother crossover to The Bold and the Beautiful, now comes word that Xavier Prather, who was just crowned the season 23 winner will be making an appearance.

Xavier became the first black champion of a non-celebrity edition of the popular CBS reality-competition series.

He also won in dominating fashion with a unanimous win, only the third contestant in the history of the show to do so.

Meanwhile, The Bold and the Beautiful nabbed Prather for some upcoming appearances to air on November 8th ad 9th and Big Brother’s twitter feed shares some photos of him from the CBS soundstages where B&B is taped (see below).

So, looking forward to seeing Xavier on B&B? Were you rooting for him to win this season’s Big Brother? Comment below.

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TONIGHT: ‘Tainted Dreams’ & ‘Big Brother’ Star, ‘Mr. PEC-Tacular’ Jesse Godderz Spotlighted On Special Broadcast On YTA Network

Friday night, June 19th,  OVW television will give wrestling star Mr. PEC-Tacular Jesse Godderz his own hour-long television special that will air on the YTA Network.

It all begins at 9 pm PST/12 am, EST.  Fans also know Jesse from his role as Dylan in Sonia Blangiardo’s (Director, Days of our Lives) digital soap opera Tainted Dreams, plus his turn on CBS’ hit reality series, Big Brother.  Godderz also frequents CBS’ The Talk as their ‘Summertime Santa’.

On tonight’s special, Goddeez shared: “I got my start in OVW (Ohio Valley Wrestling) and it’s some of my greatest memories.  I’m honored that this historic company would celebrate my time on the roster in such a way.”

Mr. PEC-Tacular cut his teeth in the OVW ring from 2011-2013, the place that also saw John Cena and Dave Bautista get their early career stars. Godderz won the OVW tag team championship five times and is also a former television champion.

“Our alumni represent a who’s who of professional wrestling and entertainment,” OVW owner and Gladiator Sports Network CEO Al Snow said. “We were there to guide and train them from the start and we hope fans will enjoy this look back on Jesse’s career.”

The Mr. PEC-Tacular television special will feature some of Jesse’s greatest OVW matches and a new interview with him sharing some of his latest television projects.

So, will you be checking out this PEC-Tacular special? Comment below.


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‘Big Brother’, ‘Tainted Dreams’ Favorite Jessie Godderz Returns To Wrestling And Wins OVW Television Championship

In a shocker, none other than Mr. PEC-Tacular, Jessie Godderz made a surprise return to the Pro Wrestling world winning his first ever singles Wrestling title in his career.

It all happened in Louisville, Kentucky when Godderz hit the ring and defeating Adam Revolver to win the OVW (Ohio Valley Wrestling) Television.  Godderz big win aired today on OWN TV presented by Gladiator Sports Network (GSN).

In an statement for Michael Fairman TV, Jessie shared: “My surprise OVW return has been such an amazing experience, beyond my wildest expectations. Reaction to my OVW TV Title win has been extraordinary.  I’m overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from everyone both inside and outside the wrestling industry. I’ve heard from friends at CBS, ESPN, Pop TV, and MTV who are so excited for me, as well as from buddies at WWE, AEW, Impact Wrestling, NWA, CWFH, you name it!  The Legendary Al Snow was the one who made this all possible.  He has truly revolutionized OVW and transformed it into the true powerhouse it is today.  Ohio Valley Wrestling is one of the most prestigious wrestling promotions in the world, and it’s been a tremendous honor to return home and represent the company as the OVW TV Champion, presented by Gladiator Sports Network (GSN).”

Previously, Godderz was a mainstay on Impact Wrestling and with this win as the OVW TV Champion, it marks Jessie’s 8th title win in his career.

Soap fans know Jessie from his role in Sonia Blangiardo’s web series, Tainted Dreams, appearance on The Young and the Restless, and for his time on the hit reality competition series Big Brother appearing in seasons 10 and 11.

In a post on his Instagram. Godderz shared: “Ladies and Gentleman, meet your new OVW Television Champion!! What a tremendous honor and privilege it was to return home tonight to the iconic OVW presented by GSN (Gladiator Sports Network). This win marks my first singles title…and 8th Wrestling title overall.”

So, excited to hear Mr PEC-Tacular is back in action and in the ring? Comment below!

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