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List of Big Brother 18 (American season) houseguests

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CBS released the names of the twelve new contestants on Big Brother 18 on June 14, 2016. On premiere night, four additional contestants were revealed, returning players from recent past seasons.[1]

Bridgette[edit]

Bridgette Hailey Dunning (born July 15, 1991), 28, is a traveling nurse from Ventura, California. Originally from Fresno, she enjoys practicing yoga, running, reading sci-fi books, and going to comedy shows, as well as a big surfer.[2] She was part of Team Category 4, along with Frank, Michelle, and Paulie. Bridgette was part of the "Spy Girls" alliance alongside Bronte and Natalie, and her codename was Spunky Spy. On Day 1, her team finished the first competition in third place and the second competition in first place.

In the first week, Frank (the roadkill winner) named her as a replacement nominee after his initial roadkill nominee (Paul) won the Power of Veto. She became the Head of Household in Week 3 after she won the "Kiss My Ace" competition. She later nominated Tiffany and Paul, with the former as the target. She later went on to win the Power of Veto that week as well, making her the second HoH of the season to hold both powers behind Paulie, who did it the previous week. Despite wanting to use the PoV on Bronte who was nominated from Roadkill, Frank assured her that Tiffany would be going home. This caused Bridgette to not use the Power of Veto, but it led to her ally being blindsided after Bronte was evicted by a 5–4 vote. In Week 5, the Head of Household competition came down to her, Da'Vonne and James and she decided to make a deal with both of them to ensure that she does not go up on the block. The girls agreed to throw it to James. Despite this, Bridgette was nominated for the second time alongside Frank. She would be nominated for a third time by Paul, but as a pawn to take out Da'Vonne. In the days leading up to the Double Eviction on Day 58, Bridgette aligned with Spy Girl ally, Natalie, and her former opponent in the house, Michelle, to blow up Paulie's game, whom the girls believed to be running the game. This led to the alliance of Paulie, Nicole, and Corey targeting Bridgette for playing both sides of the house. On Day 58 during the Double Eviction, Bridgette was nominated alongside her ally Michelle for eviction by Corey. She came up short in the Power of Veto competition and was evicted by a 5–1 vote. On her way out the door, she called Paulie out for his poor treatment of Natalie. Bridgette is the third member of the Jury. She placed 9th. She cast her vote for Paul to win Big Brother 18.

Bronte[edit]

Bronte Anne D'Acquisto (born July 29, 1989), 30, is a graduate student from San Diego, California who is studying mathematics in Denver, Colorado. She claimed to have worked in childcare going into the house, not wanting the other Houseguests to be intimated by her expertise in numbers. Aside from her mathematics endeavors (where she teaches SAT/ACT prep classes), she has also done modeling and acting work. She has made an appearance on an episode of My Collection Obsession on TLC.[3] She enjoys math, running, looking at dogs, and hair accessories.[4] Bronte later came under heavy fire for her comments about James in the first week of live feeds, where she said on two different instances that she would "kick his ass back to Hong Kong."[5][6][7]

She was a part of Team Unicorn, along with James, Natalie, and Victor. Bronte was also part of the "Spy Girls" alliance alongside Natalie and Bridgette. On Day 1, Victor was the last one standing in the first competition, which meant that their entire team would be immune through the first two evictions. She was nominated for eviction by Paulie on Day 17, but managed to escape elimination after the majority alliance's plan to evict Victor was successful. In Week 3, Frank won the Roadkill competition and nominated her for eviction as a pawn against Tiffany. While the target was squarely on Tiffany going into the eviction, a pocket of the house majority decided to keep her over Bronte at the last minute. On Day 30, Bronte was evicted by a 5–4 vote, placing 14th. After being sequestered, she lost to Victor in the third round of the BattleBack competition and was sent home.

Corey[edit]

Corey Alan Brooks (born October 31, 1990), 29, is a baseball coach from Dallas, Texas. He enjoys traveling and playing sports, and is best friends with Los Angeles Dodgers rookie pitcher Ross Stripling.[8]

He was a part of Team Freakazoids, along with Glenn, Nicole, and Tiffany. Corey was part of the "Eight Pack" alliance alongside Nicole, Da'Vonne, James, Frank, Michelle, Tiffany, and Zakiyah. On Day 1, his team won $10,000 after finishing the first competition in second place. They proceeded to lose the second and third competitions, which meant that they had to compete against each other for elimination in round four. He beat Glenn in a photo finish to stay in the game. In Week 4, Tiffany won the Roadkill competition and nominated him for eviction though Corey won the Power of Veto that week and removed himself from the block, which led to Da'Vonne going up in his place as roadkill. On Day 58 during Double Eviction, Corey won Head of Household. He nominated Michelle and Bridgette for eviction, with the latter as his target. Corey then won his second Power of Veto and decided to not use it, keeping nominations the same, which lead to Bridgette being evicted. In Week 8, Corey was nominated by Victor alongside Paulie for eviction. In Week 9, he would be nominated for a third time as the replacement nominee by Michelle when Paul vetoed himself. He narrowly survived eviction by a 2 to 1 vote. In Week 11, Corey won his third Power of Veto competition. In week 12, Corey won his second HOH competition. That same week, he nominated Paul and Victor for eviction, with the latter as his target. Nicole won the Power of Veto that same week and chose to leave the nominations. Corey's target Victor was successfully evicted. However, Corey was nominated against his showmance partner Nicole by Paul the week after. When Paul won the Power of Veto that same week, he chose to leave the nominations the same. On Day 92 Corey was evicted by a solo vote from James, making him the 8th jury member, as well as placing 4th. He cast his vote for Nicole to win Big Brother.

Corey is the fourth contestant to win the Power of Veto in all three situations (as HOH, as a nominee, and as a person picked to play.)This feat has previously been accomplished by Big Brother 8's Daniele, Big Brother 14's Shane, as well as fellow Big Brother 18 Houseguest Paulie.

Prior to the start of the show, Corey came under scrutiny for a number of homophobic comments that were found on his Twitter page, where he repeatedly called people "fags".[9] Corey found himself in even more trouble when telling his fellow Houseguests a story where he and his friends attempted to set a goat on fire.[10]

Da'Vonne[edit]

Da'Vonne Dianne Rogers (born May 10, 1988), 31, is a poker dealer from Inglewood, California. She is the single mother of a young daughter, Kadence, and frequently referred to many as "Mama Day". She enjoys going to comedy clubs and amusement parks.[11] She previously competed on Big Brother 17 where she was the second person evicted and finished in 16th place, making her the worst ranked Houseguest to be asked back onto the show.

She was a part of Team Big Sister, along with Jozea, Paul, and Zakiyah. Da'Vonne was part of the "Eight Pack" alliance alongside Nicole, Corey, Frank, James, Michelle, Zakiyah, and Tiffany. She was also a part of the all female alliance called the "Fatal Five" alongside Nicole, Zakiyah, Michelle, and Tiffany. On Day 1, her team finished the first competition in last place. They proceeded to lose the second competition, but won the third competition. In Week 4, she was the Roadkill replacement nominee by Tiffany for the first time after Corey won the Power of Veto and removed himself from the block. On Day 48, Paul named her as the replacement nominee after Paulie removed himself from the block. On Day 51, Da'Vonne was evicted by a 6–2 vote and became the first member of the Jury. She placed 11th, better than her placement of 16th on Big Brother 17. She cast her vote for Nicole to win Big Brother 18.

Da'Vonne was instrumental in sending home her own teammate, Jozea, after he announced that he planned on targeting the returning players and that he was the "messiah" for the new players. Her, along with Jozea, became a team on Season 32 of The Challenge.

Frank[edit]

Franklin Eudy (born April 24, 1984), 35, is a medical sales representative from Charlotte, North Carolina. Originally from Marion, Arkansas, he previously competed on Big Brother 14, where he finished in 7th place and was named America's Favorite Houseguest at the finale winning $25,000. He enjoys going to dinner, watching movies, and exercise.[12]

He was a part of Team Category 4, along with Bridgette, Michelle, and Paulie. Frank was part of the "Eight Pack" alliance alongside Da'Vonne, Nicole, Zakiyah, James, Michelle, and Corey. On Day 1, his team finished the first competition in third place and the second competition in first place. That same week, he won the first Roadkill competition and secretly named Paul as the third nominee for eviction. On Day 11, he was forced to name Bridgette as a replacement nominee after Paul removed himself from the block. On Day 24, he won his second Roadkill competition and nominated Bronte for eviction. On Day 39, Frank was nominated for eviction alongside Bridgette. On Day 44, he was evicted by a vote of 9–0, finishing in twelfth place. At the finale he stated that he would have voted for Nicole to win over Paul.

Glenn[edit]

Edward "Glenn" Garcia (born 1965), 54, is a mobile dog groomer from The Bronx, New York. He is a former police detective. He is engaged and has a 9-year-old daughter. He enjoys playing with his daughter, deep sea fishing, and traveling.[13]

He was a part of Team Freakazoids, along with Corey, Nicole, and Tiffany. On Day 1, his team won $10,000 after finishing the first competition in second place. They proceeded to lose the second and third competitions, which meant that they had to compete against each other for elimination in round four. He lost to Corey in a photo finish and was eliminated from the game. After being sequestered for the BattleBack competition, he lost to Jozea in the first round and was sent home.

James[edit]

James Joseph Huling (born May 22, 1984), 35, is a staff recruiter from Wichita Falls, Texas. Ethnically Korean[14] and raised in Sumter, South Carolina, he previously competed on Big Brother 17, where he finished in 7th place and was named America's Favorite Houseguest at the finale, winning the $25,000 prize. He enjoys boating, hunting, and camping.[15]

He was a part of Team Unicorn (along with Bronte, Natalie, and Victor) and the "Eight Pack" alliance (alongside Da'Vonne, Frank, Nicole, Zakiyah, Corey, and Michelle). On Day 1, Victor was the last one standing in the first competition, which meant that their entire team would be immune through the first two evictions. In Week 5, James won the Head of Household competition, his first win of the season. Despite making a deal with Bridgette to not nominate her, he decided to backtrack on this deal and nominate her and Frank for eviction, choosing to target the latter. When Michelle won the Power of Veto and kept the nominations the same, the house unanimously evicted Frank by a 9 to 0 vote. This is an iconic moment in the season, when watchers noticed in Big Brother 17. He won Head of Household the same week in an endurance competition, nominating the two people who had a very close alliance who he made a deal with to not nominate, and the male of the pair would go home. In Week 7, James received the second America's Care Package, which will give him the power to nullify two houseguests' eviction votes at the live eviction. On Day 58 during the first live double eviction, James chose to nullify Corey and Paul's eviction votes. In addition, he, Bridgette, and Natalie decided to blindside Paulie and Nicole by choosing to evict Zakiyah in a 3 to 2 vote. He was nominated for the first time by Victor on Day 80. However, he survived eviction. On day 92, he cast the sole vote to evict Corey. On finale night, Paul won HOH and decided to take Nicole to the final two, choosing to evict James. He became the ninth and final member of the jury on Day 99, placing third. He cast his vote for Paul to win Big Brother 18. He was in the top three for America's Favorite Houseguest, being in third place with the fewest votes.

Jozea[edit]

Jozea Flores (born February 26, 1991), 28, is a celebrity make-up artist from Los Angeles, California. Originally from Bridgeton, New Jersey, he enjoys going to the gym, hiking, and yoga.[16]

He was a part of Team Big Sister, along with Da'Vonne, Paul, and Zakiyah. On Day 1, his team finished the first competition in last place. They proceeded to lose the second competition but won the third competition. Jozea was vocal about targeting the veterans and later stated to Da'Vonne that Nicole would be his target. This got back to Nicole who was the Head of Household of the time causing him to be nominated for eviction in the first week. When he failed to win the Power of Veto, he still believed he would stay in the house and ultimately was blindsided and evicted from the Big Brother house by a vote of 7–4. He placed 15th. After being sequestered for the BattleBack competition, he beat Glenn in the first round but lost to Victor in the second and was eliminated for good.

Throughout his time in the house, Jozea was ridiculed by fans and his fellow Houseguests for a variety of bombastic claims, where in which he proclaimed he was a "messiah" for the newbies, along with stating that he had connections to host the Grammy Awards after he was done with the show. He was also lambasted for lacking any insight to the mechanics of the game, in addition to remarks about Da'Vonne and Zakiyah which some fans found offensive.[5][17]

In April 2018, Jozea became the 3rd person from Big Brother to compete on The Challenge. He also competed on the following season, Final Reckoning, with Da'Vonne as his partner.

Michelle[edit]

Michelle Edit Meyer (born December 26, 1992), 27, is a dietician from Washington Township, Michigan. She enjoys cooking, reading, and nutrition. She is a superfan of the show and is an avid member of the Reddit community for Big Brother.[18] Prior to the show, Michelle did receive some criticism for her comments about obesity found on her Reddit page, which were widely condemned as fat shaming.[19]

She was a part of Team Category 4, along with Bridgette, Frank, and Paulie. Michelle was a part of the "Eight Pack" alliance alongside Da'Vonne, Zakiyah, James, Frank, Tiffany, Corey, and Nicole. She was also a part of the all female alliance called the "Fatal Five" alongside Nicole, Zakiyah, Da'Vonne, and Tiffany. On Day 1, her team finished the first competition in third place and the second competition in first place. In Week 5, Michelle won the Power of Veto, her first competition win of the season. Despite wanting to use it on Frank to assure that Bridgette went home that week, she decided to leave the nominations the same, honoring the house's wishes. In Week 7, she was nominated by Victor her alongside Zakiyah for eviction. However, she managed to get Bridgette, Paul, Victor, James and Natalie on her side by revealing all the deals and alliances Paulie has made with everyone. On Day 58, Michelle survived eviction and Zakiyah was evicted. On the same day during the Double Eviction, Michelle was nominated alongside her ally Bridgette for eviction by Corey. She survived eviction for the second time and Bridgette was evicted. On Day 66, Michelle received the fourth America's Care Package, which made her co-HOH for the week. On Day 66, she nominated Paul for eviction. On Day 79, Michelle was evicted by a 3–2 vote and became the fifth member of the jury, placing 7th. She cast her vote for Paul to win Big Brother 18.

Natalie[edit]

Natalia Mercedes Negrotti (born March 22, 1990), 30, is an event coordinator from Franklin Park, New Jersey. She was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She was a former NFL cheerleader for the New York Jets and was also a top 20 semifinalist in the 2016 Miss New York USA pageant. She enjoys shopping, doing makeup, tanning, party planning, and cooking.[20]

She was a part of Team Unicorn, along with Bronte, James, and Victor. As of Day 30, Natalie is the last standing newbie of Team Unicorn after Bronte was evicted. Natalie was a part of the "Spy Girls" alliance, which consisted of herself, Bridgette and Bronte. Her code name was "Flirty Spy." On Day 1, Victor was the last one standing in the first competition, which meant that their entire team would be immune through the first two evictions. In Week 4, she was nominated for the first time by Paulie but ultimately survived eviction that week. On Day 45, she was the recipient of the first America's Care Package and became exempt from becoming a have-not for the rest of the season as she received the Never Not Pass. She won the Black Box HoH on day 65 but due to the fourth America's Care Package Michelle was named Co-HoH with Natalie. As Co-HoH she could only name one nominate and on Day 66 she nominated Victor for eviction. She was nominated on Day 80 alongside her showmance partner James by Victor. On Day 86, Natalie was evicted from the house by a 3–0 vote and became the sixth member of the jury, as well as placing 6th. She cast her vote for Nicole to win Big Brother 18. She was in the top three for America's Favorite Houseguest, placing 2nd with the most votes.

On December 6, 2017, it was announced that Natalie will be competing in season 31 of The Challenge. She, along with Victor, are the first Big Brother players to ever compete on a season of The Challenge. The Challenge: Vendettas premiered on January 2, 2018. Natalie returned to The Challenge for the following season, Final Reckoning, with Paulie as her partner.

Nicole[edit]

Nicole Anne Franzel (born June 30, 1992), 27, is an emergency room nurse from Ubly, Michigan. She previously competed on Big Brother 16, where she finished in 7th place. She enjoys watching sports, cuddling, shopping, and traveling.[21]

She was part of Team Freakazoids, along with Corey, Glenn, and Tiffany. Nicole was a part of the "Eight Pack" alliance which consisted of herself, Frank, Michelle, James, Da'Vonne, Zakiyah, Tiffany, and Corey. She was also part of an all-female alliance called "Fatal Five" which consisted of herself, Da'Vonne, Tiffany, Michelle, and Zakiyah. On Day 1, her team won $10,000 after finishing the first competition in second place. They proceeded to lose the second and third competitions, which meant that they had to compete against each other for elimination in round four. She finished first and became safe. Her team chose her to become HoH for the week, making her the first HoH of the season. In the first week, she nominated Jozea and Paulie for eviction. On Day 59, Nicole received the third America's Care Package which granted her Super Safety for the week, meaning she could not be nominated or evicted. She won HoH on Day 72 during an endurance competition and won her first Veto that week a well. She nominated Paul and Michelle for eviction on Day 73. On Day 79 she cast the tie-breaking vote to evict Michelle meaning she had voted in every eviction save for Week 1.

In week 12, Nicole managed to win the veto competition, thus giving her second veto win. She was nominated for the first time on day 92. She is the first woman to win HoH twice during season 18. She is also the fourth woman to make it to Day 60 without being nominated, after Danielle Reyes, April Lewis and Julia Nolan. She is the first woman to make it past Day 78 without being nominated in the program's history after and the second houseguest to make it to Week 12 without being nominated. She was finally nominated by Paul on day 91 alongside her ally Corey and was saved when James cast the sole vote to evict Corey. Nicole won part 2 of the final HoH. She lost the final HoH but Paul decided to evict James over her. She is the 5th returning player to make it to the final two on the second time playing the game. She was crowned the winner of Big Brother 18 by a vote of 5–4, receiving votes from Corey, Natalie, Paulie, Zakiyah and Da'Vonne. Nicole is also the third returning houseguest to win during her second season, after Mike "Boogie" Malin and Rachel Reilly.

Paul[edit]

Paul Raffi Abrahamian (born June 13, 1993), 26, is a clothing designer from Tarzana, California. He is of Armenian and Russian descent and enjoys playing music, traveling, and sightseeing.[22] He is the youngest Houseguest of the season.

He was a part of Team Big Sister, along with Da'Vonne, Jozea, and Zakiyah. On Day 1, his team finished the first competition in last place. They proceeded to lose the second competition but won the third competition. That week, Frank secretly named him the third nominee for eviction. On Day 9, he won the first Power of Veto competition of the season and later removed himself from the block. On Day 17, Paulie nominated him for eviction. On Day 19, Paulie won the Power of Veto and removed him from the block. In Week 3, he was nominated by Bridgette for the third straight week in a row. On Day 30, Paul survived eviction. In Week 6, Paul won his first Head of Household. That same week, he nominated Bridgette and Paulie for eviction, with both being pawns to backdoor Da'Vonne. On Day 48, Paul nominated Da'Vonne as the replacement nominee after Paulie removed himself from the block with the Power of Veto. On Day 65, it was revealed that Paul had been in possession of the round trip ticket though it never came into play because he didn't get evicted before its expiration. On Day 66, Michelle nominated Paul for eviction. On Day 67, he won his second Power of Veto competition of the season. He proceeded to take himself off the block and Michelle replaced him with Corey. In Week 12, he was nominated against his closest ally Victor by Corey. He survived eviction though his ally Victor was evicted. On Day 90, Paul won his second HOH competition. Paul decided to seek vengeance for Victor's eviction by working with James to take out Nicole and Corey. The day after he won HOH, he decided to nominate Nicole and Corey for eviction, with the latter as his target. That same day, Paul won his third veto competition of the season and declined to use it. On Day 92, Paul won part 1 of the final HOH competition. He won the final HoH of the summer and chose to evict James. Bringing Nicole to the final two. He lost by a vote of 5-4 becoming the runner up, after receiving votes from James, Victor, Michelle and Bridgette.

Paul is the first male houseguest to lose to a female in the final 2. He is the second houseguest to be nominated each week during the first three weeks, the first being John McGuire from Big Brother 17. He came in 2nd place this season to Nicole. Paul returned the following season to compete in Big Brother 19. He lost 5–4 in the finale.

Paulie[edit]

Paul Ryan Christopher Calafiore (born November 13, 1988), 31, is a DJ and gym owner from Howell, New Jersey. He is the older brother of Big Brother 16 contestant and runner-up Cody Calafiore. He enjoys martial arts, exercise, and instruments.[23]

He is a part of Team Category 4, along with Bridgette, Frank, and Michelle. On Day 1, his team finished the first competition in third place and the second competition in first place. On Day 7, he was nominated by Nicole for eviction. Paulie survived eviction on Day 16, and later, he was named HOH after Category 4 won the "Berry Balanced" HOH competition. That same week, he nominated Paul and Bronte for eviction, in hopes of backdooring Victor. On Day 18, he won the Power of Veto and removed Paul from the block and replaced him with Victor. In Week 4, Paulie won his second HOH competition, making him the first houseguest this season to hold the title twice. The house regretted saving Tiffany and evicting Bronte. That same week, he nominated Tiffany and Natalie for eviction, with Tiffany as his main target. Tiffany was unanimously evicted that week. Paulie would be nominated for a second time as a pawn in Week 6 when Paul won HOH. That same week, Paulie won his second Power of Veto. On Day 48, he used the Veto to remove himself from the block and was replaced with Da'Vonne by Paul. In Week 7, Paulie won his third Power of Veto. Paulie had a difficult choice of either saving Zakiyah or staying loyal to The Executives. He decided to honor Victor's wishes and leave the nominations the same. Despite believing Zakiyah was staying, he was blindsided when James, Paul, Victor, Bridgette, Michelle, and Natalie came together to blindside her, by a 3 to 2 vote, with only Paulie and Nicole voting to keep Zakiyah. On Day 59, Paulie was nominated alongside Corey for eviction by Victor, who sought vengeance for Paulie evicting him. When Victor won the Power of Veto, he choose to leave the nominations the same. On Day 65, he was evicted from the house in a 5–0 vote, becoming the fourth member of the jury. He cast his vote for Nicole to win Big Brother 18.

Paulie became the 3rd houseguest to win the Power of Veto in all three situations (as HOH, as a nominee, and as a person picked to play). The feat was previously achieved by Big Brother 8's Daniele, and Big Brother 14's Shane, and was matched by fellow Big Brother 18 contestant Corey.

In April 2018, Paulie was a part of the cast of the first season of Ex on the Beach US. Following that, he competed on The Challenge season 32, with Natalie as his partner.

Tiffany[edit]

Tiffany Alexis Rousso (born April 19, 1984), 35, is a high school mathematics teacher from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Born in West Palm Beach, she is the younger sister of poker player and Big Brother 17 contestant Vanessa Rousso. She enjoys playing basketball, wakeboarding, and paddle boarding.[24]

She is a part of Team Freakazoids, along with Corey, Glenn, and Nicole. Tiffany was a part of the "Eight-Pack" alliance which consisted of herself, Zakiyah, Nicole, Michelle, Frank, James, Corey, and Da'Vonne. She was also a part of the all female alliance called "Fatal Five" which consisted of herself, Nicole, Michelle, Da'Vonne and Zakiyah. On Day 1, her team won $10,000 after finishing the first competition in second place. They proceeded to lose the second and third competitions, which meant that they had to compete against each other for elimination in round four. She finished second and was safe. On Day 17, Victor won the Roadkill competition and nominated her for eviction. On Day 24, Bridgette nominated her for eviction. In Week 4, She was nominated. That same day, she won the Roadkill competition and named Corey as the third nominee. However, when Corey won the POV, she decided to nominate Da'Vonne, feeling that she could no longer trust her. Despite this, she was still evicted by the first unanimous vote of the season, On Day 38, Tiffany competed in the "Battle Back" competition for the chance to get back in the game, but lost to Victor in the final round, resulting in Tiffany being permanently evicted. After the finale she said she would have voted for Nicole to win over Paul.

Victor[edit]

Victor Arroyo Tercero Martinez III (born April 20, 1991), 28, is a gym manager from Slidell, Louisiana. He enjoys working out, soccer, and taking trips with friends.[25]

He was a part of Team Unicorn, along with Bronte, James, and Natalie. On Day 1, he was the last one standing in the first competition, which meant that his entire team would be immune through the first two evictions. On Day 17, he won the Roadkill competition and nominated Tiffany for eviction. On Day 20, Paulie removed Paul from the block with the POV and nominated Victor in his place. On Day 23, he was evicted by a vote of 9–1, but on Day 38, he returned to the house after winning three rounds of the Battle Back competition. In Week 7, Victor won his first Head of Household competition. That same week, Victor, along with Paul, Paulie, James and Corey decided to form a new alliance called The Executives. Staying loyal to his new alliance, Victor decided to nominate Michelle and Zakiyah for eviction, choosing to target the latter. When Paulie won the Power of Veto, he decided to leave the nominations intact. During that week, Bridgette, Michelle, James, and Natalie managed to turn Victor and Paul against Paulie, after revealing that Paulie has been playing both sides of the house. Together, they decided to blindside Paulie's group, beginning with James nullifying Paul and Corey's during the first part of the Double Eviction vote. That same day, James, Bridgette and Natalie voted to evict Zakiyah, one of Paulie's closest allies. On Day 59, Victor won his second Head of Household, making him the second houseguest to hold the title twice. That same day, he choose to nominate Paulie and Corey, with the Paulie as the target and Corey as the backup plan. Victor would go on to win the Power of Veto within the same week and later decided not to use the Power of Veto. He successfully evicted his target Paulie that week. On Day 66, he was nominated for the second time by Natalie. On Day 72, he was evicted by a vote of 2–1, with only Paul voting to save him. Less than an hour later, he won his way back into the house for a second time, becoming the first Houseguest in Big Brother history to return twice in one season. On Day 79, Victor won his third Head of Household, making him the first houseguest this season to hold the title three times. Due to Natalie and James betraying them earlier, he decided to nominate both of them, with James as his main target. On Day 87, he was nominated for the third him by Corey alongside his ally Paul.On day 90, Victor was evicted for the third time by a unanimous 2–0 vote thus making him the seventh member of the jury. He cast his vote for Paul to win Big Brother 18. On finale night, he won the title of America's Favorite Houseguest.

On December 6, 2017, it was announced that Victor would be competing in season 31 of The Challenge. He, along with Natalie, are the first Big Brother players to ever compete on a season of The Challenge. The Challenge: Vendettas premiered on January 2, 2018.

Zakiyah[edit]

Zakiyah Narisha Everette (born July 11, 1991), 28, is a preschool teacher from Charlotte, North Carolina. She enjoys dancing, modeling, and cooking.[26]

She is a part of Team Big Sister, along with Da'Vonne, Jozea, and Paul. Zakiyah was part of the "Eight Pack" alliance alongside Corey, Nicole, Da'Vonne, Frank, Tiffany, Michelle and James. She was also a part of the all female alliance called "Fatal Five" alongside Michelle, Da'Vonne, Tiffany and Nicole. On Day 1, her team finished the first competition in last place. They proceeded to lose the second competition but won the third competition. In Week 7, Zakiyah was nominated for the first time along Michelle for eviction by Victor. On Day 58, she was blindsided and evicted by a 3–2 vote after James nullified the eviction votes of Paul and Corey, making her the second member of the Jury. She cast her vote for Nicole to win Big Brother 18.

Appearances on The Challenge[edit]

Cast Member The Challenges Challenges Won Total Money Earned
Jozea Flores Final Reckoning None $0
Champs vs. Stars (season 3) None $0
Natalie Negrotti Vendettas, Final Reckoning, War of the Worlds None $0
Paulie Calafiore Final Reckoning, War of the Worlds, War of the Worlds 2 None $0
Victor Arroyo Vendettas None $0

Challenge in bold indicates that the contestant was a finalist on The Challenge.

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  6. "The Internet Is Horrified by This 'Big Brother' Contestant's Racist Remarks". Archived from the original on 19 October 2018. Retrieved 12 January 2018. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  7. "'Big Brother 18' Fans Fear BB15 Redux After 'Racist' Insults to James". Archived from the original on 6 August 2017. Retrieved 12 January 2018. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  8. "Corey Brooks". CBS. Archived from the original on 2016-06-27. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  9. "Big Brother cast member repeatedly used anti-gay slurs on social media". Reality Blurred. Archived from the original on June 29, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  10. "Big Brother's Corey laughs about a friend trying to set a goat on fire – reality blurred". 26 June 2016. Archived from the original on 13 January 2018. Retrieved 12 January 2018. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  11. "Da'Vonne Rogers". CBS. Archived from the original on June 26, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  12. "Frank Eudy". CBS. Archived from the original on June 26, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  13. "Glenn Garcia". CBS. Archived from the original on June 27, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  14. Sweeten-Shults, Lana (June 28, 2015). "Wichita Falls' James Huling competing on CBS' 'Big Brother'". Times Record News. Archived from the original on September 20, 2016. Retrieved September 8, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  15. "James Huling". CBS. Archived from the original on June 26, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  16. "Jozea Flores". CBS. Archived from the original on June 27, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  17. "Why CBS Needs to Air the Racist Comments from the Houseguests of 'Big Brother 18'". Archived from the original on 10 August 2016. Retrieved 12 January 2018. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  18. "Michelle Meyer". CBS. Archived from the original on June 27, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  19. "'Big Brother 18' Premiere: The Internet Roasts the Hell Out of Fat-Shaming Contestant". Mic. Archived from the original on August 11, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  20. "Natalie Negrotti". CBS. Archived from the original on June 28, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  21. "Nicole Franzel". CBS. Archived from the original on June 26, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  22. "Paul Abrahamian". CBS. Archived from the original on June 18, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2015. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  23. "Paulie Calafiore". CBS. Archived from the original on June 27, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  24. "Tiffany Rousso". CBS. Archived from the original on June 25, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  25. "Victor Arroyo". CBS. Archived from the original on June 28, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  26. "Zakiyah Everette". CBS. Archived from the original on June 27, 2016. Retrieved June 26, 2016. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)


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