Big Brother Canada 4: Eviction Prediction In Week 6

Time for the next Big Brother Canada eviction as Joel and Mitch await this afternoon’s eviction event ahead of tonight’s broadcast where we’ll find out who was voted out of the game this week.

Jared counts up the votes on Big Brother Canada 4
Jared counts up the votes on Big Brother Canada 4 – Source: Global

Still no word yet on when Jury starts, but I might have expected Arisa to announce the news last week that they had all made that milestone if this week’s evictee went on in. Either way, someone’s gotta head out next.

Mitch put up a good fight this week while Joel laid low but Mitch couldn’t overcome the obstacles to stay. He’ll be heading out next and I don’t expect any last minute changes to the plan.

Mitch didn’t roll over and die on this one as he kept the pressure on Raul to influence a shift while also trying to rally the house against Jared and Kelsey, but none of it worked. We’ll get to see Mitch calling out Kelsey though in one of tonight’s segments, so that’ll be interesting. Just too bad it didn’t work.

Who do you think will be voted out tonight on Big Brother?

We’ll be back here at 8PM ET to watch it play out with our live coverage of the not-so-live show. Since tonight’s Big Brother Canada episode will be taped in advance you can find the spoilers on Twitter, but I’m going to avoid that and watch the “live-not-live” show.


  1. It honestly p*sses me off that BCAN’s “twists” turn out to spoil hgs’ games. Mitch was most likely BBCAN 4’s winner and now because of the fact that Kelsey saw what was happening he is gonezo! I don’t think she should have been allowed to do that. Yeah, allow one of the two ladies to return, but don’t allow them to see what is happening. The truly upsetting part of all this is that this isn’t the first time this has occurred. For example, Bruno from last year was screwed by a “twist” that sent him packing! While I do feel as though BBCAN’s twists are more interesting than the USA’s (I mean seriously we have had the same returing juror twist the past three seasons -_-), Canada can learn a thing or two from our version as well: sometimes you just need to let the cards fall as they may. I swear if this happens next year (BBCAN is highly likely to be renewed) I’m not going to watch. While we may have bland twists, at least there aren’t decent players going out over BS “twists”.

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