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List of Big Brother 15 (American season) houseguests

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Sixteen HouseGuests were announced to be competing in the fifteenth edition of the American reality television series Big Brother on June 20, 2013.[1] Each week, one or more of the HouseGuests are evicted by votes by the remaining HouseGuests until the winner is left.

Aaryn[edit]

Aaryn Elizabeth Gries (born September 3, 1990), 22, is a college student living in San Marcos, Texas.[2] Originally from San Angelo, Texas, she is the youngest HouseGuest this season. Prior to entering the house, Aaryn had modeled for Maxim as a promotional model.[3] She describes herself as being outgoing, driven, and spontaneous.[4] She has stated that she can "read people very well" and hopes that her work as a psychology student can help further her in the game.[5] While in the house, Aaryn quickly formed a romantic relationship with David.[6] She was also part of the "Blonde-tourage" alliance with David, Kaitlin, Jeremy, Nick, GinaMarie, and Jessie.[7] After David was evicted, Aaryn won the "Big Brother BBQ" Head of Household competition in the following week. She chose to target Elissa for eviction, blaming her for David's exit. However, Elissa was granted that M.V.P. power for a second week in a row and was able to flip the vote against Nick, who was evicted that week.[8] Aaryn was nominated for eviction in the third week, though her ally Jeremy was evicted from the house.[9] She was nominated for a second consecutive time the following week, but worked out a deal with Helen and Elissa to stay in the game.[10] Following the eviction of her ally Kaitlin, Aaryn won her second Head of Household competition in "Roulette Me Win", making her the first HouseGuest to hold the title twice this season. She kept her end of the bargain with Elissa and Helen, allowing them to control the nominations and orchestrate the eviction of Howard.[11] During the double eviction week, Aaryn won her 3rd HoH in the "Summer School" competition and nominated Jessie and Spencer for eviction. After winning her first Power of Veto seconds later, she saved Jessie in lieu of nominating Judd, who was shortly evicted in a unanimous vote. The following week, she made an alliance with Andy, Amanda, and McCrae called "3 A.M.".

Aaryn won her 4th HoH of the summer in the "Way Off Broadway" competition, setting a record for the fastest amount of HoH wins in Big Brother history. With that, she is also tied with Drew Daniel, Janelle Pierzina, Hayden Moss, Rachel Reilly, Ian Terry, Caleb Reynolds and Frankie Grande for the most HoH wins in a single season. She nominated Elissa and Helen, and then nominated Spencer as a replacement after Elissa won the Power of Veto and took herself off the block. After Helen's eviction, Elissa won Head of Household and nominated Aaryn along with McCrae. While Elissa's intention was to split up McCrae and Amanda, the plan went awry after Amanda won the Power of Veto and saved McCrae. This forced Elissa to nominate Andy as a replacement, which led to Aaryn's eviction on Day 70 by a 5–0 vote. She placed 8th. Aaryn voted for GinaMarie to win Big Brother.

Aaryn became the center of controversy after causing drama and making derogatory, bigoted comments about African-Americans, Asian-Americans and homosexuals. Aaryn was caught referring to Andy as a queer and was caught also referring to Asians as "squinty eyed". She also remarked that Helen (a Korean American contestant) should "go make some rice". In a notable confrontation with Candice (an African American contestant), Aaryn flipped over Candice's bed and mocked her with a stereotypical ghetto accent when Candice expressed disapproval of the act.[12][13][14] Aaryn's racist and homophobic comments were eventually aired on the show, leading to media scrutiny and internet backlash from the fans.[15] Her comments in the house led to Aaryn losing representation from her talent agency and also cost her a job as a magazine spokesmodel.[16][17]

Amanda[edit]

Amanda Joy Zuckerman, (born May 11, 1985), 28, is a real estate agent living in Boynton Beach, Florida.[18] Originally from Long Island, New York, she describes herself as being confident, sexy, and funny.[19] She would also bring her dog, cell phone, and laptop into the house with her.[20] Amanda feels that her ability to listen well and make people feel comfortable will most help her in the game.[21] While in the house, Amanda formed a romantic relationship with McCrae, despite having a boyfriend back home.[22] The two formed a strong alliance which became a part of the eight person alliance that formed in the first week to go against the "Blonde-tourage" alliance.[7] They later formed several side alliances with Andy, Judd, Helen, Elissa and Aaryn, putting the couple in a high position of power. Despite Howard, Candice, and Jessie's attempts to break the power couple up, all failed and were subsequently evicted for it. However, their luck ran out in Week 10 after both Amanda and McCrae were nominated by the HoH, GinaMarie. After failing to win the Power of Veto, Amanda gained the unlikely support of Elissa after she had a change of heart and wanted to vote out Spencer, the post-veto nominee. However, Andy's loyalty lied with his new alliance of "The Exterminators" and he double crossed Amanda when he voted with Judd to evict her on Day 77. With the vote tied, GinaMarie broke the tie by voting to evict her. She placed 7th. Amanda voted for Andy to win Big Brother. Amanda was known for her aggressive behavior in the house and she had arguments with most of the houseguests. Many labelled her as a bully especially when she mocked and tortured fellow houseguest, Elissa. Amanda was the only houseguest to confront Aaryn about her offensive and derogatory comments. After the show, Amanda and Elissa made amends and became close friends. She even became friends with Ginamarie whom she had a fierce rivalry with towards the end of the game.

Andy[edit]

Andrew "Andy" David Herren (born November 14, 1986), 26, is a professor living in Chicago, Illinois.[23] Originally from Aurora, Illinois, he described himself as being friendly, funny, and red (a reference to his red hair).[24] Andy is openly gay and is the only LGBT HouseGuest this season.[25] He believes that his background in communication can help further him in the game.[26] Early in the game he joined with Amanda and McCrae as like their 3rd wheel, reporting everything he heard straight to them, helping to evict many of the other houseguests. He later joined Aaryn with Amanda and McCrae in an alliance called 3 A.M.

In Week 7, Andy won his first HoH competition and nominated Jessie and Spencer for eviction. He later won the Power of Veto that same week and decided to keep his nominations the same, leading to Jessie's unanimous eviction. In Week 9, Andy became the replacement nominee after Amanda saved McCrae from the block, but was spared after Aaryn was evicted in a 5–0 vote. After Aaryn was evicted, he made the decision to attempt to get rid of McCrae and Amanda, the people who he aligned with most of the game. "I'm not playing for third place," he said. To do this, he secretly became a part of "The Exterminators" alliance with GinaMarie, Judd, and Spencer. In creating this alliance, he was sneakily able to play both sides of the house, assuring Amanda and McCrae he was still with them. But his loyalty fell with the Exterminators as the alliance successfully evicted Amanda and Elissa during a double eviction week, but were forced to turn on Judd after McCrae won the Power of Veto in Week 11, saving himself from being exterminated. Andy would go on to win the penultimate HoH competition as well as the final Power of Veto, choosing not to save either McCrae or Spencer and allowing GinaMarie to exterminate McCrae. On finale night, Andy faced off with GinaMarie in the final and third part of the HOH competition. Andy won then chose to evict Spencer and took GinaMarie to the final two. Andy was crowned the winner of Big Brother 15 by a near unanimous vote of 7–2 on finale night, only not receiving votes from Aaryn and Judd, who were both former allies of Andy during the game. Andy is the first openly gay houseguest to win the title of Big Brother.

While Andy was the victim of several derogatory and homophobic remarks made by several of the HouseGuests, Andy has also made his own insensitive, rude, and racist remarks about others in the house, such as Elissa Slater and Helen Kim.[27] The comments he made about Elissa in the finale week also caused his employer (the College of DuPage) to respond on their Facebook account, stating that he no longer represents them while he was in the house.

Candice[edit]

Candice Dontrelle Stewart (born September 19, 1983), 29, is a pediatric speech therapist living in Houston, Texas.[28] Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, she describes herself as being outgoing, loyal, and compassionate.[29] Candice learned that she had been adopted at the age of 26 and now has a relationship with both her biological and adoptive families. Her story on finding her birth mother was featured on the OWN television show Searching for....[30] Prior to entering the house, Candice had been an NFL cheerleader,[31] as well as a former Teen and Miss Louisiana USA.[32] On Day 5, McCrae chose to nominate Candice and Jessie for eviction,[33] with David later being nominated against the two.[34] Despite this, McCrae later won the Power of Veto and chose to remove Candice from the block, with Elissa being nominated in her place.[35] Following David's eviction, Candice aligned with Elissa and Helen, while developing a strong relationship with Howard until he was evicted on Day 42. She was nominated alongside Howard after Spencer won the Power of Veto in Week 5 and was nominated again in Week 6 after her arch-rival GinaMarie won Head of Household. She was ultimately eliminated on Day 49 in the first eviction of a double eviction week. On Day 63, Candice was given the opportunity to compete in the HoH competition in a bid to return as a HouseGuest. Unfortunately, she was the third person to fall out of the game and was sent back to the jury, officially finishing in 11th place. Candice voted for Andy to win Big Brother.

Candice became the victim of numerous derogatory and racist remarks made by a variety of different HouseGuests. She was often the butt of the jokes made by the "Mean Girls" (Aaryn, GinaMarie, and Kaitlin) who, together with Amanda, referred to Howard and her as the "tokens" of the house. Candice also got into a very heated argument with the three girls following Nick's eviction, with Aaryn flipping her bed and mocking her in a stereotypical ghetto accent. GinaMarie also got involved, asking Candice if she wanted "the black to come out".[36][37] Before her exit, Candice finally stood up to GinaMarie for her disparaging comments and made fun of her for still living with her parents at the age of 33. In return, GinaMarie insulted Candice over being adopted as Candice walked out the door, stating "at least my mother liked me, not like yours".

David[edit]

David Luther Girton (born January 22, 1988), 25, is a lifeguard from San Diego, California.[38] He described himself as being goofy, sarcastic, and competitive.[39] David stated he hoped to be "laid back" and "chill", both of which he felt could help him advance in the competition.[40] He later stated that he does not shower daily and felt that this could annoy some of the other HouseGuests.[41] While in the house, David had a flirtatious and romantic relationship with Aaryn.[42] On Day 1, David formed an alliance with Jeremy and Jessie.[43] He later became a part of the "Blonde-tourage" alliance with Aaryn, Kaitlin, Jeremy, Nick, GinaMarie, and Jessie.[7] David was one of numerous HouseGuests this season to be criticized for making racist remarks within the house. Specifically, he stated that his bedsheets had been dirty because "black Candice" had slept on them.[37][44] David quickly became a target for the Moving Company alliance, being seen as the strongest HouseGuest not involved in the alliance.[45] David was later nominated for eviction in the first week by Elissa, who had been voted as the M.V.P. for the week.[34] On Day 13, David became the first HouseGuest to be evicted from the house, receiving a total of seven eviction votes.[46] He came in 16th place.

Elissa[edit]

Elissa Anne Slater (née Reilly, born February 9, 1986), 27, is from Kannapolis, North Carolina.[47] Originally from Concord, North Carolina, she is married to Brent Slater and is a mother to a son named Riley.[48] Elissa is the younger sister of former HouseGuest Rachel Reilly, which she had hoped to keep hidden from the other HouseGuests.[49] She describes herself as being effervescent, ambitious, and intriguing.[50] While in the house, Elissa quickly became a target when the other HouseGuests realized that she was Rachel's sister.[51] Elissa also engaged in numerous arguments with HouseGuests Aaryn and Jeremy in the first week, leading numerous HouseGuests to turn against her.[52][53] During her time in the house, she had a close friendship with Helen, with the two bonding over both being mothers. She also had a close friendship and alliance with Candice.[54] She had an ongoing feud with Aaryn, with the two frequently engaging in arguments while in the house.[55] Elissa was nominated in both the first and second weeks, though managed to stay in the game.[9][56] She was voted to be the M.V.P. for both of these weeks as well, leading to the evictions of both David and Nick.[57] The following week, she became the M.V.P. for the third time in a row, and nominated Spencer for eviction. Though he was not evicted that week, her ally Helen had managed to successfully backdoor her rival Jeremy.[58] During the fourth week, Elissa was nominated for eviction after a public vote, though won the Power of Veto and removed herself from the block.

Despite losing her M.V.P. power and being the sister of a former winner, Elissa managed to keep a low profile in the following weeks. She would later be nominated again alongside her ally Helen once Aaryn won her 4th HoH. Once again, Elissa won the Power of Veto on Day 58 and saved herself from post-veto nominations. On Day 63, hours following her main ally Helen's eviction, Elissa won her first Head of Household competition of the season. She nominated Aaryn and McCrae for eviction. While she intended to break up the showmance of Amanda and McCrae, her plan was botched after Amanda won the Power of Veto and removed McCrae from the block, keeping both of them safe. Elissa then nominated Andy afterwards as a replacement and successfully evicted her nemesis, Aaryn. After GinaMarie won HoH and nominated Amanda and McCrae for eviction, Elissa had a change of heart once McCrae won the veto and Spencer was put in his stead. She made a plan to keep Amanda over Spencer and even used her wedding ring as collateral. Unfortunately, Andy was no longer loyal to the power couple and voted against Amanda on Day 77. GinaMarie broke the tie and sent Amanda home. Elissa's luck worsened during the double eviction week after McCrae won the HoH and nominated her for eviction, unaware that Andy had double crossed them. Once Judd won the Power of Veto, Elissa's fate was sealed and Andy's new alliance of "The Exterminators" voted her out over GinaMarie in a 3–0 vote. She placed 6th. Elissa voted for Andy to win Big Brother. On finale night, she was crowned America's Favorite Houseguest and was awarded the $25,000 prize.

GinaMarie[edit]

GinaMarie Zimmerman (born August 22, 1980), 32, is from Staten Island, New York.[59] Prior to entering the house, GinaMarie had done some modeling.[60] Originally from Brooklyn, New York, she describes herself as being crazy, sexy, and cool.[61] GinaMarie feels that her "thick skin" will help her in the game, along with her people skills.[62] GinaMarie was part of the Blonde-tourage alliance and stayed particularly loyal to Aaryn throughout the early period of the show. She became infamously known for becoming overly attached to Nick, suffering an emotional breakdown when he was surprisingly evicted on Day 21. GinaMarie was nominated as a replacement M.V.P. nominee in Week 4, but was spared after her ally Kaitlin was evicted. On Day 42, GinaMarie won the Head of Household competition. She nominated Candice and Jessie for eviction the following day. After Amanda was nominated by the MVP and Jessie won the Power of Veto, GinaMarie replaced Jessie with Spencer and Candice was evicted in a unanimous vote. After the eviction of Aaryn in Week 9, GinaMarie joined an alliance with Andy, Judd, and Spencer called the "Exterminators" and won her second HoH on Day 70 and chose to nominate Amanda and McCrae, with the intention of splitting up the power couple and putting the exterminators in the final 4. On Day 77, GinaMarie broke the tied vote and evicted Amanda. On the same day, GinaMarie was nominated alongside Elissa during double eviction by McCrae, the HOH. She survived the eviction as Elissa was evicted by a 3–0 vote. Spencer then won HOH and nominated GinaMarie (pawn) against McCrae (target). But when McCrae saved himself using the Power of Veto, the exterminators were forced to take out one of their own as Judd was nominated as the replacement to sit next to GinaMarie. Judd was evicted 2–0. When Andy won both the final 4 HOH and POV and gave GinaMarie her key, she voted to evict McCrae, putting her, Andy, and Spencer into Finale night. On finale night, GinaMarie won the first part of the final HOH competition. She faced off against Andy in Part 3 and lost. Andy then decided to evict Spencer and take GinaMarie to the final 2. GinaMarie finished in 2nd place and was awarded $50,000 by a vote of 7–2, only receiving votes from Aaryn and Judd. After the show, she mended fences and became close friends with Elissa Reilly and even Amanda Zuckerman, the latter which she fought with most of the time.

Helen[edit]

Helen Kim-Fitzpatrick (born May 6, 1976), 37, is a political consultant from Chicago, Illinois.[63] Originally from Falls Church, Virginia, Helen is married and is the mother of two sons.[64] She described herself as being stubborn, loyal, and energetic.[63] Upon entering the house, Helen chose not to reveal to the others that she had a background in politics, feeling as though it could hurt her game.[65] She aligned with Elissa and successfully campaigned to keep her in the house over Nick. On Day 21, Helen won the "Overnight Delivery" HOH competition and nominated Aaryn and Kaitlin, though she was able to backdoor Jeremy after Kaitlin won the Power of Veto. Along with the other minorities in the house, Helen was the victim of a variety of racially charged comments made by Aaryn and GinaMarie. On Day 57, Helen was nominated for eviction alongside Elissa by HOH Aaryn. On Day 63, Helen was evicted in a 4–1 vote against Spencer. She then participated in the Juror Competition to be allowed back in the house, but did not win. She came in 9th place. Helen voted for Andy to win Big Brother.

Howard[edit]

Howard Overby (born September 3, 1983), 29, is a youth counselor from Hattiesburg, Mississippi.[66] Howard has a strong Christian faith, a fact that he is very open about. He describes himself as being observant, trustworthy, and reliable.[67] He states that his most proud moment is the fact that he is the only person in his immediate family to graduate from college.[68] On Day 1, Howard formed an alliance with Jeremy, McCrae, Nick, and Spencer called the Moving Company. While the alliance successfully orchestrated David's eviction, the group crumbled after McCrae and Spencer turned on the alliance and voted out Nick the following week.[69] Despite the setback, Howard still maintained an alliance with Spencer and formed a very strong friendship with Candice. Unfortunately, Howard's big stature was perceived as a physical threat by Amanda and Helen, who rallied the house against him. He was evicted on day 42 by a 7-1-0 vote. He came in 12th place. Howard was in the top 3 for the America's Favourite Houseguest prize.

Jeremy[edit]

Jeremy Dale McGuire (born November 29, 1989), 23, is a boat shop associate from Katy, Texas.[70] He described himself as being charismatic, spontaneous, and fearless.[71] Jeremy stated he felt that his ego could hinder his game prior to entering the house.[72] While in the house, Jeremy had a romantic relationship with Kaitlin.[73] During the first Head of Household competition, Jeremy was the winner of the Never-Not pass, meaning he was never eligible to be a Have-Not during his time in the house.[74] Jeremy later became a part of the "Blonde-tourage" alliance with Aaryn, Kaitlin, Nick, David, GinaMarie, and Jessie.[7] Jeremy was also a part of the "Moving Company" alliance with Nick, Spencer, McCrae, and Howard.[75] Both alliances fell apart after David and Nick were evicted, leaving Jeremy with the "Mean Girls" (Aaryn, GinaMarie, and Kaitlin) as his only allies.[76] Jeremy became the center of tension within the house due to his misogynistic attitude and crass behavior. He engaged in numerous arguments with several different HouseGuests because of his crude commentary, which included making gay and anti-semitic slurs and referring to Kaitlin's genitals as a "meat wallet".[77] Jeremy also made racist statements, telling house-guest Aaryn Gries: "You know how Black guys are, they have horrible communication skills." He was later reprimanded by production when he used Elissa's hat to wipe his butt.[78] Jeremy was nominated in the second week by Elissa, who had been voted as the weekly M.V.P., though he later won the Power of Veto and saved himself.[79] The following week, Jeremy was nominated after the Power of Veto was used by Kaitlin, in a plot by Helen to backdoor him.[80] He was ultimately evicted on Day 28 when he received a total of nine eviction votes.[81] He came in 14th place.

Jessie[edit]

Jessie Claire Kowalski (born May 16, 1988), 30, is from San Antonio, Texas. Originally from Beaumont, Texas, she is unemployed.[82] Jessie describes herself as being sexy, driven, and smart.[83] Jessie feels that being unemployed can help her in the game as she will not be concerned with her job, thus further allowing her to focus on the game.[84] Jessie has stated she feels the girls will target her as she is the prettiest in the house. On Day 5, Jessie was nominated for eviction alongside Candice, but was spared after David was nominated by the MVP and subsequently evicted. She became the brunt of the fury from the "Blonde-tourage" alliance after she voted to evict Nick from the house and gained a bad reputation from several HouseGuests after trying to form a romantic relationship with different men in the house. Jessie was nominated for eviction alongside Candice again on Day 43 by the Head of Household, GinaMarie. While Amanda tried to rally the house against Jessie following an ugly dispute between the two, Jessie won the Power of Veto. On Day 46, Jessie saved herself from the block and GinaMarie named Spencer as the replacement nominee. On Day 50, Jessie was nominated for eviction alongside Spencer by Andy, the HOH. On Day 56, Jessie was evicted by a unanimous 6–0 vote. Because she was one of the first four jurors, Jessie was given the opportunity to compete in the Head of Household competition on Day 63 and win a chance to come back in the game. While she started off with a lead amongst the jurors, she was the first to fall and returned to the jury house, officially finishing the game in 10th place. Jessie voted for Andy to win Big Brother.

Judd[edit]

Judd Andrew Daugherty (born November 26, 1986), 26, is a property appraiser from Etowah, Tennessee.[85] Originally from Englewood, Tennessee, he described himself as being funny, unreadable, and unpredictable.[86] Judd has been a huge fan of the series since early on[87] and hopes to have a strong social game while in the house.[88] He quickly became well-liked and, due to his good looks and country boy charm, earned the nickname, "Judd the Stud" by fans and the rest of the HouseGuests. Judd is known to be highly sociable in the house and has particularly close friendships with Elissa, Andy, Spencer, Aaryn, GinaMarie, McCrae, Helen and Jessie. Judd was part of the majority alliance called "The Knockout", which featured himself, Andy, Elissa, McCrae, Amanda, and Helen. He was also a part of "The Goof Troupe" alliance, which was restricted to himself, Andy, McCrae, and Amanda. He won the "Big Brother Royalty" HoH competition on Day 28 and nominated Aaryn and Kaitlin for eviction, which led to Kaitlin leaving the house on Day 34. On Day 77, Judd won his first Power of Veto competition. While Judd seemed to have an alliance and budding romance with Jessie early on in the game, their relationship was demolished once Judd stated that Jessie was the most annoying person in the house and that he was faking his feelings for her the entire time. This came about once Judd gravitated towards Aaryn and his "Goof Troupe" alliance of Amanda, Andy, and McCrae. These allies would soon turn on him, and Judd was the second casualty of a double eviction week, getting evicted on Day 49 by a unanimous vote of 7–0. On Day 63, Judd re-entered the house after becoming the last juror standing in the game. He quickly aligned with the Head of Household, Elissa, to go after his former allies. Judd also formed an alliance with Andy, GinaMarie, and Spencer called "The Exterminators". On Day 80, after McCrae won Veto, Judd was put up as a replacement nominee and on Day 82 was eliminated, for the second time by a vote of 2–0. He placed 5th. Judd voted for GinaMarie to win Big Brother. Judd was one of the top 3 house guests who was in the running to win the America's Favorite Houseguest prize.

Kaitlin[edit]

Kaitlin Marie Barnaby (born February 19, 1990), 23, is a bartender from Minneapolis, Minnesota.[89] Originally from Vadnais Heights, Minnesota, she described herself as being persevering, tenacious, and analytical.[90] She felt that keeping to herself would help further her in the game.[91] Kaitlin was approached to do the show, rather than having applied.[92] While in the house, Kaitlin had a romantic relationship with Jeremy.[93] She was part of the "Blonde-tourage" alliance, along with Aaryn, Jeremy, Nick, David, GinaMarie, and Jessie.[7] Along with other numerous other HouseGuests, Kaitlin was criticized for several ignorant comments during her time in the house. She was caught by live feed viewers stating that "gays are untrustworthy in a game like this" and was also caught saying the word nigga in a conversation with Amanda.[94] While she was perceived as the nicest of the "Mean Girls" (with Aaryn and GinaMarie), Kaitlin was often involved in the arguments that were made by her allies and did nothing to stop them.[95] On Day 22, Kaitlin was nominated for eviction alongside Aaryn, with Spencer later being nominated with the two.[58] The following day, Kaitlin won the Power of Veto, and later chose to remove herself from the block.[96] Jeremy was later nominated in her place, and was subsequently evicted from the house.[81] When Judd won Head of Household the following week, she was nominated with Aaryn for the second consecutive week.[10] After failing to win the Power of Veto and being seen as the bigger threat of the two women, Kaitlin was ultimately evicted on Day 35, receiving all nine votes and was evicted in the first unanimous vote of the season.[97][98] She came in 13th place. After the show, Kaitlin has mended fendces with Elissa and Candice and became friends with both of them.[citation needed]

McCrae[edit]

McCrae John Olson (born July 21, 1989), 23, is a pizza delivery boy from Oak Grove, Minnesota.[99] McCrae describes himself as being funny, observant, and calculated.[100] While in the house, McCrae feels he will use both a strong mental and physical game strategy.[101] He became the first Head of Household of the season[43] and chose to nominate Candice and Jessie for eviction.[102] On Day 7, McCrae won the first Power of Veto competition.[103] He later used the Power of Veto on Candice, nominating Elissa to please the house, but set up a plan to evict David, the third nominee, from the house. The house ultimately evicted David. McCrae would later blindside the "Moving Company" by voting to evict Nick the following week. He is currently in a showmance with Amanda, while maintaining a side alliance with Andy and Aaryn. McCrae was nominated for eviction alongside Aaryn on Day 64 by Elissa, but was later saved by Amanda with the Power of Veto. McCrae would be nominated again the following week by GinaMarie, but was able to win the Power of Veto and save himself from the block. He was also nominated the next week by Spencer as the target but again won the Power of Veto to save himself. He was nominated the following week by Andy but failed to win the Power of Veto to save himself. On Day 84, "The Exterminators" alliance revealed themselves to McCrae and GinaMarie cast the sole vote to evict him. He came in 4th place. McCrae voted for Andy to win Big Brother.

Nick[edit]

Nicholas "Nick" Alexander Uhas (born March 30, 1985), 28, is an entrepreneur from New York, New York.[104] Originally from Columbus, Ohio, he was a rollerblader and enjoyed physical activities such as hiking and skiing.[105] Nick described himself as being positive, adventurous, and excited.[106] Nick is a big fan of former HouseGuest Mike "Boogie" Malin.[107] While in the house, Nick formed a close friendship with GinaMarie.[108] GinaMarie and Jessie both admitted to having a romantic interest in Nick, though he did not reciprocate either of their feelings.[109] Andy and Aaryn later speculated that Nick was gay during his time in the house.[110] Elissa started a rumor that he was related to former HouseGuest Dan Gheesling, though this has been proven to be not true.[111] He later became a part of the "Blonde-tourage" alliance with Aaryn, Kaitlin, Jeremy, David, GinaMarie, and Jessie.[7] On Day 2, Nick formed the "Moving Company" alliance with Jeremy, Spencer, McCrae, and Howard.[75] Nick later convinced the Moving Company to target David for eviction in the first week, becoming a key factor in David's eviction.[112] After Jeremy used the Power of Veto, Nick was nominated in the second week by Elissa, who was the M.V.P. for the week.[113] While it seemed like he had the votes to stay, Nick was blindsided on Day 21 after Amanda and Helen organized a last-minute campaign to keep Elissa over him, gaining the support of his fellow alliance members McCrae and Spencer.[114] He came in 15th place. Nick is now currently a YouTube personality, occasionally giving his views on the subsequent Big Brother seasons. Nick has recently appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, Today and America's Got Talent .

Spencer[edit]

Spencer Blithe Clawson (born February 16, 1982), 31, is a railway conductor from Conway, Arkansas.[115] He is no longer employed by Union Pacific Railroad, which was his employer prior to Big Brother 15.[116] Spencer describes himself as being mouthy, opinionated, and chill.[117] Spencer hopes to play a strong social game and feels that he is very likeable.[118] He also feels that his fellow HouseGuests will either really like or really dislike him.[119] Early in the season, he was part of the "Moving Company" alliance, along with Howard, Jeremy, McCrae, and Nick. However, Spencer (along with McCrae) would later go against the alliance to evict Nick and save Elissa during Week 2. He was nominated as a pawn by the MVP, Elissa, on Day 23, yet escaped eviction in a 9-1-0, receiving one vote from Kaitlin. On Day 36, Spencer was nominated alongside Howard for eviction, but managed to win the Power of Veto on Day 37 and save himself from eviction. On Day 46, Spencer was named the replacement nominee after Jessie used the Power of Veto to save herself from the block. After Candice's eviction, Spencer would be nominated again for three consecutive evictions, but was spared each time at the expense of Judd, Jessie and Helen. Spencer would finally escape the block after Elissa won HoH and targeted the 3 A.M. alliance. He would later form an alliance with Andy, GinaMarie, and Judd (who returned to the game on Day 63) called "The Exterminators". On Day 74, Spencer was named the replacement nominee after McCrae used the Power of Veto to save himself for the block. On Day 77, after Amanda and Elissa were evicted, Spencer won his first HOH of the summer. He used this HOH to nominate GinaMarie and McCrae, to hopefully exterminate McCrae and push his alliance into the Final 4. But when McCrae saved himself by winning the veto, he was forced to put up Judd as the replacement. After Judd was evicted, Andy won HOH and nominated Spencer for eviction against McCrae. Once Andy won the veto and kept the nominations the same, GinaMarie cast the sole vote to evict McCrae, pushing Spencer into the Final 3. On finale night, after losing both parts 1 and 2 of the final HOH competition, Andy once again rose to power after winning part 3 of the HOH competition. He cast the sole vote to evict Spencer, taking GinaMarie to the finale over him. He came in 3rd place. Spencer voted for Andy to win Big Brother.

Spencer currently holds the record for having the most nominations in a single season with eight post-veto nominations. This also does not include the nomination he was able to veto in Week 5, technically bringing his total to nine.

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