Thank you, Big Brother, for not letting sexism and racism win out on the show
It’s the day we’ve been waiting for all season. Paulie Calafiore has left the Big Brother house. By a unanimous 5-0 vote, the house chose to send him home over his best friend in the house, Corey Brooks.
Calafiore made a lengthy speech when trying to fight for his life, trying to play the cool-guy route, saying that there were no hard feelings and that he was cool with everyone in the house. Clearly he knew there was no way that anyone was going to let him stay in the house, so he had to save face.
It was a complete 180 from the guy who acted like the entire house was under his power just last week.
The thing that makes Calafiore’s exit so sweet is that he didn’t see it coming whatsoever. He thought that he could continue to get away with saying inappropriate things to every female in the house, disrespecting them and their relationships. He thought that none of the guys would have a problem with him playing each of them at different points in the season. He thought he was above all of it.
And like it always does, his ego got the best of him.
The house still has Brooks, who is the last remaining sexist man, but he’s basically harmless. He doesn’t win many competitions and he doesn’t make any moves in the house apart from cuddling with Nicole Franzel. But I’m guessing he’s not going to last much longer.
If I had to guess now, I would say that James Huling, Paul Abrahamian, Victor Arroyo and Natalie Negrotti will be the final four contestants. At least, I’m hoping so.
And I hope that Huling wins. And splits the winnings with Negrotti and they live happily ever after. But that’s probably just me.
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