Emotions run high as chaos rocks the 'Big Brother' house

Kylie Mar
Host & Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Emotions were running high as chaos rocked the Big Brother house right before the live eviction. The drama went down Thursday night, but since it was a live show, Big Brother wasn't able to air the footage until Sunday night, and it was totally worth the wait.

The alliance known as the "Six Shooters," made up of Jack Matthews, Jackson Michie, Holly Allen, Analyse Talavera, Tommy Bracco, and Christie Murphy have, until now, been running the house. However, even the alliance knew their six pack wouldn't last forever and, at some point in the game, they would have to turn on each other. That time is now.

A few hours before the live eviction, some of the members of the alliance wanted to flip the vote to evict Kathryn Dunn, a.k.a. Kat, instead of Sam Smith, because Michie told Jack that Holly and Kat knew each other before moving into the BB house. It was all speculation.

Holly and Kat don't actually know each other outside of the house. They run in the same circle, but had never met each other before the show. Still, some of the conversations they have had around the house led other houseguests to believe that they were friends beforehand and, eventually, the rumor became powerful enough to rip the six apart.

The six ended up in a heated confrontation and argument, which not only broke up the alliance, but also broke up Jack and Michie's bromance.

Up until now, viewers have been pretty disappointed in Season 21. In fact, America doesn't even like any members of the Six Shooters. They especially hate Jack, who has stirred up a lot of controversy and backlash for both CBS and the show, due to his racist and inappropriate comments towards other houseguests. So, as you could imagine, BB fans were overjoyed over the alliance's demise.

So the Six Shooters are officially 86'd and Jessica Milagros is the new Head of Household for the week, which means the underdogs hold the power this week! Jessica nominated Jack and Michie for eviction and — SPOILER ALERT! — she also won the Power of Veto.

This Thursday we'll be singing: Hit the road, Jack, and don’t you come back no more, no more, no more, no more.

Big Brother airs Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9 p.m. and Sundays at 8 p.m. on CBS.

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