BB15 Spoilers: Week 3 MVP and POV Results

**Warning – Spoilers ahead, don’t read if you want to be surprised.**

Aaryn GriesWe are in the heart of week 3 of Big Brother 15 and as we’ve seen so far on CBS, Helen is the current HOH and had nominated Kaitlin and Aaryn for eviction. Of course has been the case every week so far, the addition of a 3rd nominee in the mix has made for a much more unpredictable game.

Just like the past 2 weeks, Elissa has one again been voted the MVP this week and it looks like that might be the case for as long as she’s in the house.  Her side of the house was set on her nominating Howard with the ultimate goal being to backdoor Jeremy.  Their idea was that Howard had a strong chance of winning POV which would give them a much better chance for the backdoor.  The problem was that the group didn’t consult with Elissa over their nomination choices and Elissa was not comfortable nominating Howard since they’ve been close, so Elissa shook things up by naming Spencer as the third nominee.
As POV competition time rolled around, the hope was that Jeremy wouldn’t get picked to play and wouldn’t be able keep himself off the block.  In a bit of an upset, Kaitlin actually won the POV competition and saved herself from the block.  The other side of the house had to let her know that if she didn’t use it, she would go home since there was a chance she wouldn’t in order to keep Jeremy from going up.  Kaitlin made the smart move and used it on herself, and Jeremy went up as her replacement and is the target to go home this week as of now.

So far Helen’s HOH has accomplished what her side of the house wanted which was to get out someone on the other side (Jeremy/Kaitlin/Aaryn) but Helen also has a bit of a big head now and is planning the order of evictions for the next few weeks.  As we know, “expect the unexpected” is Big Brother’s catchphrase, and things could totally flip in the house after any competition.  Don’t forget to watch all the action in the house live as it happens on the Big Brother 15 feeds free trial.