Dallas Cormier’s Second Chance Is Cut Short As He Becomes The First Veteran Houseguest Evicted From The Bbcan Odyssey
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March 24, 2017
DALLAS CORMIER’S SECOND CHANCE IS CUT SHORT AS HE BECOMES THE FIRST VETERAN HOUSEGUEST EVICTED FROM THE BBCAN ODYSSEY
Tune Into the Next Episode of Big Brother Canada on Monday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global for the Results of the Head of Household Competition
Toronto, Canada – After a week of turbulence, one of the second chance houseguests had his voyage aboard the BBCAN Odyssey cut short. Saint John, N.B.’s Dallas Cormier, originally from the show’s fourth season, was sent packing by his fellow Big Brother Canada houseguests. Head of Household Demetres Giannitsos originally nominated two first-time houseguests, putting up Emily Hawkin as a pawn, along with his true target, Canadian heavyweight boxing champion, Dillon Carman. After Dillon won the Power of Veto and chose to use it on himself, Dallas was named the replacement nominee, which sent the house into a whirlwind of whispers and paranoia as he and Emily both campaigned to remain. Despite the target shifting between the two nominees, Dallas was evicted in a unanimous vote, becoming the first returning houseguest to be sent packing.
“From last week, I was on the wrong side of the votes and that immediately put a target on my back this week,” said the veteran houseguest, Dallas. “When I’m in that house, I always try to be a leader and a loyal person and I don’t mind being a target. That’s just the kind of guy I am really. And I definitely play hard… very hard.”
It was a turbo-charged week on the BBCAN Odyssey, featuring explosive speeches and dramatic alliance shifts. After nominee Dillon became the top cookie in the Oreo-themed Power of Veto competition and took himself off the block, Dallas quickly realized he didn’t have as close of a bond with his fellow veteran houseguests as he had originally thought. After gathering his alliance-mates, he made his plea for their support but the response was lackluster. In a last-ditch effort to secure his safety, Dallas catapulted his gameplay into overdrive making Dillon his new target and vowing to the houseguests that he would be the “David to Dillon’s Goliath” if he was kept in the house. And while he spent his week publicly firing shot after shot at his ex-pal Dillon, Emily worked hard in the background to trick the house into believing that their epic battle was a hoax.
After Dallas said his goodbyes, “Action!” was called for this week’s “And Scene” Head of Household competition. In this trivia-based competition, the houseguests’ memories were tested as they were required to recall specifics of a skit they had performed the day before. To find out who wins this Head of Household competition, tune into Big Brother Canada on Monday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global.
Big Brother Canada airs on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT, and Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global. Viewers who miss an episode can catch up on Big Brother Canada for free following the broadcast the next day on BigBrotherCanada.ca and Global Go. This season, Global is shaking things up with After the Eviction Live, a weekly Facebook Live chat featuring an extended evicted houseguest interview hosted by Arisa Cox and presented by The Brick. Fans can join the conversation by heading to the Big Brother Canada Facebook page to ask all their burning questions live. And if that’s not enough, fans can also watch all of the in-between action on the live feeds from the Big Brother Canada house on BigBrotherCanada.ca.
Check out etcanada.com and ET Canada tonight at 7:30 p.m. ET on Global for interviews with the Big Brother Canada evictee. Fans can also read full bios, see photos, and watch exclusive online videos at BigBrotherCanada.ca.
Big Brother Canada houseguests are competing for a grand prize, which this season, along with $100,000, includes a $30,000 home furnishing makeover from The Brick, and a brand-new 2017 Toyota 86. The fan-favourite series continues to offer unparalleled digital extensions that augment the social dynamics and real-time momentum of the 24/7 television production. Big Brother Canada extends from series to site at BigBrotherCanada.ca with exclusive content, full episodes, 24-hour live streams, and a host of surprises and opportunities that allow fans to directly impact the show.
Commissioned by Corus Entertainment, Season 5 of Big Brother Canada is produced by Insight Productions in association with Corus Entertainment and Endemol. Erin Brock, Sue Brophey, John Brunton and Barbara Bowlby serve as Executive Producers. Eric Abboud and Trevor Boris serve as Supervising Producers.
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