Big Brother: Julie Chen weighs in on jury house drama
Each week Big Brother host Julie Chen will answer a few questions about the latest events in the house.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Wow, Bridgette, Da’Vonne, and Zakiyah all absolutely unloaded on Paulie when he arrived at the jury house for what he did in the game, while he argued that stuff that happened in the house should stay in the house. Who’s right? Give us your take on all the jury house drama.
JULIE CHEN: If the drama in the house is game-related, then it should stay in the house — for example, if you double-crossed someone to get further in the game. But if you are mistreating people because you are just an all-around disrespectful jerk (and I’m not saying that’s who Paulie is), then you should be held accountable.
Okay, Julie. Let’s play a little game of What If? Say you’re a player in the game and you watch someone that was already voted out make it back into the house. Does the fact that that person was already kicked out but fought their way back in make you more or less likely to vote for them to win $500,000 should they make it to the very end?
If someone got voted out and fought and beat their way back in, then I tip my hat to them and give them credit towards winning the game. To battle back and win more competitions and adjust your strategy and survive to the end is something not to be ignored.
We have two showmance couples still in the house. Which one is in a better position to crown a winner: James and Natalie or Corey and Nicole?
James and Natalie are probably more likely to be winners. James and Natalie are more respected and liked in the house than Nicole and Corey. Nicole has her enemies that she double-crossed (like Da’Vonne) and Corey is kind of a big lug who’s not the brightest bulb on the tree.
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