A Dreaded Three Alarm Fire Smokes Out Ali, Johnny And Olivia In Big Brother Canada’s Live Triple Eviction
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April 27, 2018
A DREADED THREE ALARM FIRE SMOKES OUT ALI, JOHNNY AND OLIVIA IN BIG BROTHER CANADA’S LIVE TRIPLE EVICTION
Voting is Now Open on BigBrotherCanada.ca for the BBCAN Awards, airing Monday, May 7 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global
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Mark Your Calendars! The Two-Hour Season Finale of Big Brother Canada is set for Thursday, May 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
Toronto, Canada – Big Brother Canada’s vengeful week ended with a lethal triple eviction that struck down three social targets, sending Alejandra “Ali” Martinez and Johnny Mulder of Vancouver, B.C., and Olivia Riemer of Guelph, ON to the Jury House. An already hectic week of plotting in the house lead into the most dramatic eviction night of the season as the houseguests had barely said their goodbyes to Ali before getting news of the triple eviction. With the house’s tension metre off the charts thanks to Ali’s piercing departing words, the houseguests battled it out in two explosive competitions, and in the end, Johnny and Olivia’s game came crashing down too.
The “Ding Dong” alliance is dead. First, Ali (Ding) left the BBCAN house after getting evicted by a vote of four to one in the evening’s first eviction round, and unbeknownst to her, side kick Olivia (Dong), was right behind her. Ali was initially nominated as a replacement after Derek removed himself from the block by winning the Power of Veto, but she couldn’t match Kaela’s powers of persuasion. The self-professed fiery Latina unleashed her fury on the house before leaving with most shots being fired at this week’s HOH, Johhny, for blowing up her game just one week after she saved him from the block.
“Freaking Johnny!” said Ali to Big Brother Canada host Arisa Cox. “It’s so sad! But I’m so mad that I can’t be sad!”
Following Ali’s eviction, the houseguests were shocked by the news that the evening’s events were far from over with the dreaded triple eviction set for that night. During the “Name That Speech” HOH competition, Derek swept the challenge to take the title and saved himself – and his showmance with Kaela – from triple eviction night. With the power in hand, Derek nominated Johnny, Olivia, and Maddy for eviction but the “Daela” victory didn’t end there. His ally Kaela went on to win POV, and when the house voted to keep Maddie safe, Johnny and Olivia were evicted.
“I should have won that HOH and we wouldn’t be sitting here!” said Olivia to Arisa after getting evicted.
“This is so irritating!” added Johnny. “I told everyone in there to get rid of Kaela and Derek because those two will take the house down.”
With only five houseguests remaining, tune in to see who is safe and who is in danger on Monday’s episode of Big Brother Canada at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Global. And starting now, fans can go to BigBrotherCanada.ca to watch clips and cast their vote for the moments they want to win in this year’s BBCAN Awards, airing Monday, May 7 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The BBCAN Awards will mark the final week of season six, with the two-hour live finale episode airing Thursday, May 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Global.
Big Brother Canada airs Wednesdays at 7 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 following the broadcast the next day On Demand, and on GlobalTV.com and Global GO (now available on Apple TV). 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.
Plus, all season long, viewers can catch After the Eviction, an exclusive weekly series hosted by Arisa Cox available across all social platforms, presented by Shaw. Following Wednesday night’s Power of Veto episodes, fans can submit all their burning questions on the Big Brother Canada Facebook page and catch the answers on After the Eviction on Fridays at 10 a.m. ET as part of the evicted houseguests’ extended interviews.
The Season 6 houseguests are competing for a grand prize of $100,000, a European dream vacation for two courtesy of Air Transat, and a $30,000 home furnishing makeover from The Brick.
Commissioned by Corus Entertainment, Season 6 of Big Brother Canada is produced by Insight Productions in association with Corus Entertainment and Endemol Shine. Executive producers are John Brunton and Erin Brock.
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