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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #75 on: November 04, 2017, 06:47:53 PM »
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yeah this seems to be the antithesis of the last GH VIP season in terms of gender domination. LOL
what is the nominations record in Spain for now? Was it Marta with ten in season 12? Because both Maico and Hugo have been up five times so far and we are not halfway through yet. If they end up on the list everytime now they could be tying with her? I would love another season 7 scenario where the two of them have off each other in the last round of nominations and all their fans will hate it.  (Image removed from quote.)
How are they liked inside and outside the house? Is one of them as obnoxious as Pepe was?
Yes, Marta has the record with 10 nominations.

Well, Hugo's team (Hugo, Rubén, Maico and Yangyang) is really liked outside, however Maico is really lucky because he has been saving because there are other people up for eviction more hated than him, however he was leading the eviction voting two weeks ago but finally Laura was evicted.

Maico will be evicted soon, he is not liked, he's been saved for being in Hugo's side but he would be evicted with 80% in a nomination with Hugo and Rubén/Yangyang. Or also being evicted in a vote to save.

Hugo is really liked (I like him and Rubén cause they are strategic and funny at the same time) cause all the house was against him in the first weeks and they were critizing him all the time with no reason.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #76 on: November 04, 2017, 09:27:19 PM »
Things are changing so fast. This afternoon, Jorge Javier has visited a programme and he has confirmed that Jose María has been ejected due to an intolerable acctitude that it will be revealed tomorrow night or not. Carlota is not in the house, but she hasn't been ejected.

The bread theory that I commented before isn't true, Nerea, the 1st evicted housemate was making fun and said that thing. So the new theory which is becoming stronger is that Carlota was so drunk last night that José María could have abused her and for this reason she is apart from the house just to think about this situation and make a decision about her adventure in the house.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #77 on: November 06, 2017, 12:33:53 PM »
Last night in the Debate didn't clear out what happened with José María and Carlota on Monday. The host only read the notice that the programme gave on Saturday. It was confirmed that Carlota is out of the house with some psychologists but she is not out of the game yet. She will be able to return to the house on Thursday.

I'm 100% sure that something really bad happened between them that the programme can't explain the reasons why he was ejected and she needed therapical help.

The programme is also shooting on its own feet cause they are improvising and making bad movements this edition. So, Laura and Miriam who are there just for a week as guests, will be able to stay as full housemates. A public voting was open and the public will decide which one will enter or both or none of them. If one or both enter to the house, then a housemate or two will be evicted in replacement. Everybody is voting for the option "None of them" in order to avoid the programme can make what they want and destroy this format. However, production will let Laura or Miriam enter the house on Thursday as full housemates...

Also the blind percentages were shown:

44,1% = ??
43,0% = ??
9,1% = ??
3,8% = ??

The eviction is between Carlos and Dani, one of them will be evicted for sure.

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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #79 on: November 06, 2017, 05:59:19 PM »
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Police is investigating it, it's mostl likely a case of rape: https://www.elconfidencial.com/espana/2017-11-06/guardia-civil-abuso-sexual-gran-hermano_1473141/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ECDiarioManual
The programme was the one who reported this case to the police. Carlota didn't want to denunciate José María.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #80 on: November 06, 2017, 08:14:07 PM »
Some images they managed to get before he took her to the bedroom. GROSS.



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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #81 on: November 06, 2017, 08:36:09 PM »
This whole situation is shitty and pitiful. Ugh. GROSS!
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #83 on: November 08, 2017, 12:49:25 AM »
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This is most likely getting cancelled: https://www.esdiario.com/131063611/Escandalo-en-Telecinco-la-Guardia-Civil-plantea-la-cancelacion-de-Gran-Hermano.html
This is absolutely fake. Media is creating more and more confusion and creating fake news.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #84 on: November 08, 2017, 06:10:13 PM »
Carlota has returned to the house today. The live feeds have been shut down for some minutes, I guess GH told them not to talk about that situation.

GH offered to leave or stay in the house, she decided to stay.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #85 on: November 16, 2017, 01:40:18 PM »
Update on the season?

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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #86 on: November 16, 2017, 02:41:50 PM »
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Update on the season?
Sorry I've been busy this week. I'm going to post all the info from last week.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #87 on: November 16, 2017, 03:44:43 PM »
As everybody knew, José María was ejected due to an intolerate actitude towards Carlota. She explained that he abused her and she was unconscious while he touched her. She had the chance to talk with her family while she was with the psychologists and production gave her two options, leave the house definately or stay. She decided to stay in the house, however she didn't want to report the situation with José María to the police and she decided to break up with him.

I must admit that the programme knew how to deal with this sensitive situation and only showed videos about this for 5 minutes without music effects and letting her explain very well.

Going on with the Gala, there was a voting to decide if Laura and Miriam should return to the competition, both, one of them or none of them. The public decided with 38% of the votes that Laura and Miriam could return as full housemates.

Laura/Miriam = 38%
None = 30%
Miriam = 25%
Laura = 7%



So once the weekly eviction happened, the housemates were told that because of the entry of Laura and Miriam, two other housemates would be evicted instead. That's what the programme called the Intercambio (exchange), two housemates entered, two housemates leave. I will tell later.

Eviction time. This week the nominees were Daniel, Maico, Mina and Carlos. The lines were frozen and the two housemates with least votes were saved. Mina and Maico received the least amount of votes and were saved.

49,3% = Daniel
42,1% = Carlos

5,5% = Maico
3,1% = Mina




The lines were re-opened between Daniel and Carlos. Finally, with 52,15% of the votes, Daniel became the 8th housemate to be evicted from GH18. Carlos survived with 47,85%.



Once Daniel was evicted, the lines were opened to save and the two housemates with least votes would be evicted. All the housemate were nominated in this voting except for Carlota who won immunity a few weeks ago, and Laura and Miriam due to their recent entry to the house.

With 3% of the votes, Cristian F. was the least voted and therefore was the 9th housemate to be evicted. And after him, Miguel received the least amount of votes with 3% and became the 10th housemate to be evicted from the house. They were really shocked as none of them expected these evictions.





Nominations time. As I said before, Carlota is immune for the priviledge she won 3 weeks ago.

Carlota: Maico (3), Hugo (2), Laura (1)
Christian: Maico (3), Yangyang (2), Laura (1)
Pilar: Mina (3), Maico (2), Miriam (1)
Carlos: Maico (3), Yangyang (2), Hugo (1)
Mina: Pilar (3), Maico (2), Rubén (1)
Hugo: Mina (3), Carlos (2), Laura (1)
Rubén: Mina (3), Yangyang (2), Carlos (1)
Maico: Laura (3), Yangyang (2), Mina (1)
Yangyang: Maico (3), Christian (2), Rubén (1)
Laura: Pilar (3), Carlos (2), Maico (1)
Miriam: Pilar (3), Maico (2), Christian (1)

Maico: 19
Mina: 10
Pilar: 9

Yangyang: 8
Laura: 6
Carlos: 5
Christian: 3
Hugo: 3
Rubén: 2
Miriam: 1
Carlota: Immune

So Maico, Mina and Pilar are up for eviction this week. I'm afraid Mina is leaving for sure :(, and I can't believe that Pilar was so hated and everybody wanted her out and now that she is up, the public wants Mina out... I don't get it.


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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #88 on: November 16, 2017, 03:59:42 PM »
On Sunday, the blind percentages were shown:

?? = 69,9%
?? = 27,5%
?? = 2,6%



I'm sad that Mina could have almost 70% of the votes when she doesn't deserve it. Maico should be evicted but the eviction is between Pilar and Mina and I'm praying to see that bitch of Pilar out, she's so evil...

On Tuesday, 14 November, Laura decided to leave the house. She was accused but almost all the house for cheating in the weekly task and spending less time in the task that she should have spent. Even her closest friend in the house Miriam, accused her of cheating and they had a big fight. Laura didn't put up with the pressure and decided to leave.

Tonight during the Gala, a person from the 100 non-selected potential housemates will enter as replacement for Laura. I just think this is not fair, if Laura entered and forced the eviction of a housemate due to being part of the exchange, that evicted housemate should enter, according to the rules Cristian F. or Miguel should re-enter.



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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #89 on: November 22, 2017, 11:15:36 AM »
Last Thursday, there was a new eviction in the house. Mina, Maico and Pilar were the nominated housemates.

Maico was the housemate with the fewest votes and was saved. The voting was re-opened between Mina and Pilar.



Finally, Mina was evicted from the house with 69,9% of the votes. Pilar survived with 30,1%:-[ :-[ :-[




Then Lorena, the new housemate, entered to the diary room and could watch the nominations of the other housemates. She was exempt from nominations.




Lorena Gómez
22 y.o / Cádiz
She is a model and motorcycle racing hostess.

Nominations. Carlota is not immune anymore.

Hugo: Carlota (3), Carlos (2), Pilar (1)
Carlota: Miriam (3), Maico (2), Yangyang (1)
Rubén: Yangyang (3), Carlos (2), Carlota (1)
Christian: Yangyang (3), Miriam (2), Maico (1)
Miriam: Carlota (3), Pilar (2), Maico (1)
Yangyang: Maico (3), Rubén (2), Christian (1)
Carlos: Maico (3), Hugo (2), Yangyang (1)
Maico: Carlos (3), Carlota (2), Yangyang (1)
Pilar: Miriam (3), Maico (2), Hugo (1)

Maico: 12
Carlota: 9
Yangygan: 9

Miriam: 8
Carlos: 7
Hugo: 3
Pilar: 3
Rubén: 2
Christian: 1

Maico, Carlota and Yangyang are up for elimination this week. Just right after the nominations, I had a pretty good impression that Carlota is going to be evicted with more than 90% of the votes.


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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #90 on: November 22, 2017, 11:26:03 AM »
As I said before, right after the Gala and until yesterday, everybody thought that Carlota could be evicted on Thursday with more than 90% of the votes and probably beating Nagore's record. I'm saying this because in every public poll she is leading with a huge %. I think that's the reason why the percentages were not shown on Sunday in the Debate.

However, on Monday night, Maico and Rubén made a really bad move. They two, are Hugo's close friends in the house, since the beginning. That's when Rubén made a simple complain about Hugo and Maico took the advantage of that complain and started critizising Hugo really really hard. Rubén joined him and they were stabbing him for almost several hours. The videos of this traition were shown yesterday and also the blind percentages.

80,5% = ??
17,3% = ??
2,2% = ??



It's quite impressive that Carlota has only 80% of the votes to be evicted, so it means that Maico is the 2nd one with most votes and he could probably get more and more votes. I don't think Maico will be evicted this week, cause it's a huge margin between Carlota and him but if everybody thought that Carlos or Miriam could be evicted next week due to their villian roles, Maico will be the public's target for sure.

They, Maico and Rubén, just increased Hugo's % in the final.  :ali
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #91 on: November 23, 2017, 10:47:24 PM »
Why is Carlota so hated?