Big Brother Canada 10 Spoilers: Where Are The Votes Leaning In Week 6?

Hermon Nizghi and Betty Yirsaw find themselves battling it out on the Big Brother Canada 10 block. Head of Household Martin “Marty” Frenette initially made Betty and Josh Nash his targets, but after some convincing from Kevin Jacobs, he wants Hermon out. 

Warning: Major Big Brother Canada 10 spoilers ahead. Stop reading if you want to remain unspoiled.

This week, Hermon found himself on the receiving end of a blindside. Immediately on Monday, he went to work. This ended with Summer Sayless, Steven, “Gino” Giannopoulos, and Jacey-Lynne Graham deciding to keep Hermon. He only needed their votes and Moose Bendago to ensure that he stayed in the Big Brother Canada 10 house.

However, he thought he also had Josh’s vote. He didn’t. Josh is working with Kevin and Haleena Gill. Despite Hermon thinking Josh and him are close allies, Josh is more loyal to those two and Betty. He wanted Hermon out of the game.

Hermon very much let his grip on his votes slip, because others, including Betty herself, were able to flip the votes back in favor of keeping Betty. This is looking like a week where the votes will flip back and forth often. Since Tuesday, the votes seem pretty locked for Hermon to become the first member of the BBCAN10 jury.

However, don’t count a salesman out just yet. He still has time to flip the votes back in his favor. However, right now, the votes are looking to be a 6-1 vote in favor of Betty staying another week in the BBCAN10 house.

Who do you want to see go this week? Do you think there is still a chance for another vote flip?

Join us again tomorrow at 8:00pm EST for another Big Brother Canada 10 live eviction.

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