The #FINALHG shakes up the house in the next new episode Sunday at 9pm
ET/PT on SliceTM
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TORONTO, March 13, 2014 /CNW/ - One door closes as another door opens as
Nova Scotia's Kyle Shore was evicted in a 9-1 vote tonight,
Newfoundland-native Allison White found herself walking in to the Big Brother Canada house as the #FINALHG.
After Andrew nominated Neda and Paul for eviction, the houseguests
fought for their safety and faced their fears in a Divergent-themed Power of Veto challenge where Kenny won out in the
post-apocalyptic obstacle course inspired by the film. The six
Dauntless competitors were rewarded with a private screening of Divergent (in theatres March 21), a thrilling action-adventure film set in a
world where people are divided into distinct factions based on human
Kenny used his POV on Neda, forcing Andrew to choose a replacement
nominee. Kyle, a 24-year-old personal trainer, then found himself on
the chopping block with his ally Paul.
"People think that coming to the Big Brother Canada house is just about winning the hundred grand, but this experience goes
beyond that," says Kyle Shore. "This house is all about bringing different people together - no
matter their race, religion, or sexuality. The bonds I've made here,
especially with Paul and Adel, are incredible."
Following Kyle's eviction, the houseguests were tested in a Fact or
Rumour HOH competition where Ika reigned supreme. Meanwhile, the
season's first #TWISTOSTWIST came to fruition as Allison White entered the house as the #FINALHG.
Fans should keep it locked on the live feeds at BigBrotherCanada.ca to see how the house is reacting to Allison, and how she plays her
cards with immunity from the next eviction. Also, this Sunday, March
16, fans watching the live feeds will play an integral role when Big Brother Canada gives the houseguests a special buzz-worthy assignment airing next Wednesday, March 19 at 9pm ET.
Big Brother Canada airs three nights a week on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 9pm ET/PT on Slice™. The Big Brother Canada Side Show airs Thursdays at 10pm ET/PT. Big Brother Canada After Dark airs seven days a week from 2am - 5am ET/11pm - 2am PT.
Find #BBCAN2 on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Visit the all-new BigBrotherCanada.ca for full episodes, live streams, and even more ways for fans to impact
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Image with caption: "Allison White, Nate Sandri, Scott Bosse_Photo by Mark O'Neill (CNW Group/SLICE)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20140314_C5152_PHOTO_EN_37923.jpg
Image with caption: "Kyle Shore evicted_Photo by Mark O'Neill (CNW Group/SLICE)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20140314_C5152_PHOTO_EN_37924.jpg
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