Thursday, July 28, 2011

Hoboken's Adam Poch escapes the Big Brother chopping block again

Hoboken’s Adam Poch is safe for another week on the CBS reality show Big Brother , as his partner Dominic Briones was voted out by a vote of 7 to 1, with Dominic’s ally Daniele Donato casting the only vote in his favor.

The vote marks the end of the “Double Trouble” twist in this season’s game. The remaining ten house guests will compete as single players for the rest of the summer. The players holding the golden keys, Daniele, Shelly Moore and Porsche Briggs will now be eligible to compete in competitions.
This week’s vote came after much contention in the Big Brother house when the veteran players learned that fellow veteran Daniele was making plans to get Jeff Schroeder evicted. When the other vets learned of this, they turned against Dominic. Brendon Villegas won the Power of Veto Competition and decided not to use it to rescue Dominic or Adam, effectively sealing Dominic’s fate.
The new Head of Household was not immediately clear, because the competition had not finished by the end of the show. The competition had the players standing off the ground on phony skis with a machine moving their feet quickly from left to right as cold air and snow blows on them. The last player standing will be the HoH for the next week. The first five players out must open a “snowball” for a prize, one of which is $10,000.
The nominations will be broadcast on Sunday at 8 p.m. on Channel 2.
SPOILER ALERT: As of 10:45 p.m., Adam, Lawon, Jeff and Brendon are out of the HoH competition. Prizes are unknown right now.

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