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Bronte Reveals A Major Secret Plus Other Happenings

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Good afternoon, everyone! I have to make it a brief one today because I am taking the daughter to an outdoor concert and it is 60 degrees and rainy!

Today is the power of veto competition that from first glance is essentially pointless. Sometimes they’re super important, sometimes not. This is one of those times where it really doesn’t matter who wins. Well, unless you’re Tiffany or her 5 fans (including her sister). Frnak has all the power this week .. well, Gidget is HoH, but let’s be real, Frank has the power .. so unless Tiffany wins HoH and saves herself, noms will probably remain the same. Now, I am not as certain about Tiffany leaving the house as I was Jozea and Victor, but I can pretty safely say that she will have her work cut out for her.

A quick rundown on the rest of the house….

  • Frank has been rubbing a lot of people the wrong way. He has been pretty crude to the women in the house, though he claims he didn’t realize it and it’s just how he acts (he has apologized to Da’Vonne for example). But, he should know better. While that alone may be dumb considering the women outnumber the men right now, but he also isn’t helping himself with the guys, either. Frank has been overplaying the season so far, and the whispers got around the house that he has been playing a lot of sides. The guys are threatened by this, the girls are annoyed at him… it looks like Frank is going to have to keep winning if he wants to remain in the house. Basically, a repeat of his season.
  • Bronte dropped a bomb on her alliance last night by revealing her big secret.  Did I say bomb? I mean firecracker.  Bronte sat Natalie down and told her she had a huge secret to confess and to promise not to say anything even if evicted. Juicy, right? Well, just as she was about to say it, people started coming in the room and the conversation broke up. That only built the suspense for later in the evening when she finally got some alone time with her Spy Girl alliance. With tears in her eyes, Bronte revealed that she does not really work with kids, and actually did go to college. She revealed her intentions are to eventually work for the NSA to decode terrorist stuff  (or something like that). Seeing as neither Natalie nor Gidget really seemed to know what the NSA is, they both did their best to sound super excited and happy for Bronte. I don’t mean to bash Bronte, but she did it to herself with all the silly buildup for what amounts to a pretty disappointing secret. Especially considering she even admitted all her math knowledge likely wouldn’t have helped yet, and that includes the roadkill comp. She said Victor is a finance major, and likely would have won that regardless. Wonderful.
  • On the showmance side of things, Natalie was seen spending a bit of time with Corey yesterday. This made James look visibly uncomfortable, especially when Michelle told him a story of how Natalie was playing footsies with him at some point over the past week or two. James joked to Michelle that he had to end things with Nat, but I don’t think he will. Natalie pretty much has him wrapped around her finger for as long as she’s in the house.
  • Speaking of Natalie and reveals, I forgot to mention that after Bronte revealed her amazing math skills, Natalie said she was actually an NFL cheerleader. Not that big of a secret considering she’s been saying she wants to be an NFL cheerleader when she leaves the house, so the girls tried to humor her as much as Bronte was humored about her ‘secret’.

Ok, I have to run. Amy is going to post the veto results later. I didn’t double check this post for any errors, so if there are any, humor me like the girls humored Bronte and pretend I am right.

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