If the “Big Brother” livestreams are any indication, Felicia Cannon is doing her best to campaign her way out of eviction, but MeMe Hayes might be in the better position. Cory Wurtenberger told MeMe he’s not voting to save Felicia, which means MeMe has at least one vote in her favor (likely two, given that America Lopez and Cory tend to vote as a package deal). Blue Kim told Felicia that most people want to keep MeMe since Felicia has long been viewed as a strong competitor with a talent for persuading other houseguests.
Felicia does have Cirie Fields (no small feat, considering she’s one of the best “Survivor” contestants of all time) in her corner, but Jag, Matt, Bowie Jane Ball, Blue, and Cameron are all unknowns. That said, Cameron has been actively targeting Felicia this week, but he also has a penchant for creating chaos, so it wouldn’t be out of character for him to go rogue and change up his plans last minute.
Life — and “Big Brother” evictions — come at you fast, but if we had to guess, we’d say Felicia is right to start packing her bags. The Jury of 7 begins next week and if Cameron gets his way, Felicia won’t be in the house to be a part of it.
To find out for sure, check out CBS on Thursday at 9 p.m. EDT to watch the house’s live eviction.