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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #50 on: September 30, 2017, 02:14:30 PM »
It seems that Yolanda has high chances to be evicted this week, in El Gato Encerrado she has 71% of the votes and in Twitter she has around 55%-75% of the votes.



BTW!!!

Petra entered in the house married but her relationship with her husband wasn't good at all. After she started feeling something for Cristian F., her husband has decided to leave her and stop their relationship.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #51 on: September 30, 2017, 06:37:28 PM »
There's no live feeds this edition. Production took this decision after being tired of ejecting housemates for their personal opinions or political jokes like Argi en GH14 or Álvaro in GH17 after being pressed by Twitter users. So if there's no live feeds, there're no possibilities that a housemate could be ejected for a joke or a political comment.

Forms of this exist in all Big Brothers, there's no stopping it... I remember, myself, being annoyed with Christine of BB Canada 4 and The Austwins of BB17 because of their homophobic and racist comments (most of the comments were very indirect yet blatantly obvious) and I was one who immediately petitioned for them to get evicted. Most of it was seen on the live feeds... but contestants should definitely know better than that and should know what to say and what not to say and if their ignorant comments do get them evicted from the house its on them for being foolish enough to actually 'take it there'. Live feeds are what makes Big Brother, it distinguishes it from every other TV show.

I think, also, there were a lot of copywrite issues going on with Spain's Live Feeds, which is also utterly ridiculous.. The company behind the show would literally go through YouTube and force Youtube to take down clips from the live feeds, thats why sometimes you are unable to find not one Gran Hermano live feed video because its like they have been erased them from existence.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #52 on: September 30, 2017, 07:40:44 PM »
I feel like they prob took down the feeds so they would have full control over what's going on in the house, what they feed to the viewers and what the ratings could be. It's just funny that by doing so they by default created the worst rated season so far  >:D

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« Reply #53 on: October 05, 2017, 09:04:43 PM »
Look like 24hr live feeds is back

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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #54 on: October 09, 2017, 11:46:23 AM »
Last Thursday night, the second eviction took place among Hugo, Miguel and Yolanda.

First of all, Miguel was saved with 7,5% of the votes to evict.

?? = 47,5%
?? = 45,0%

Miguel = 7,5%

The lines were re-opened between Hugo and Yolanda. Finally Yolanda was evicted with 52,7% of the votes.

Yolanda = 52,7%
Hugo = 47,3%






After eviction, the housemates competed in a challenge to win some food as they failed the weekly task and they don't have so much food.

Once again, the nominations were face-to-face  ::)
In the middle of the nominations, right when Hugo was nominating, there was a huge fight between him and Cristian F. Hugo said that he nominated him with 3 points because two days ago Cristian was saying how he fucked his girlfriend and Hugo found it disgusting to see, and Cristian F turned mad againts Hugo, and of course their fellow mates were attacking Hugo.




Nominations:

Carlos: Hugo (3), Laura (2), Javier (1)
Cristian F.: Hugo (3), Laura (2), Yangyang (1)
Petra: Hugo (3), Miriam (2), Laura (1)
Mina: Hugo (3), Miriam (2), Laura (1)
Juan: Laura (3), Miriam (2), Rubén (1)
Maico: Yangyang (3), Javier (2), Carlos (1)
Yangyang: Maico (3), Christian G. (2), José María (1)
Laura: Petra (3), Cristian F. (2), Juan (1)
Miriam: Petra (3), Daniel (2), Mina (1)
Hugo: Cristian F. (3), Petra (2), Mina (1)
Christian G.: Yangyang (3), Miriam (2), Juan (1)
Rubén: Petra (3), Yangyang (2), Juan (1)
Daniel: Laura (3), Miriam (2), Hugo (1)
Pilar: Laura (3), Miriam (2), Hugo (1)
Miguel: Daniel (3), Yangyang (2), Hugo (1)
José María: Yangyang (3), Juan (2), Maico (1)
Carlota: Yangyang (3), Hugo (2), Maico (1)
Javier: Maico (3), Yangyang (2), Hugo (1)

Yangyang: 19
Hugo: 18
Laura: 15

Miriam: 12
Petra: 11
Maico: 8
Cristian F: 5
Daniel: 5
Juan: 5
Javier: 3
Christian G: 2
Mina: 2
Carlos: 1
José María: 1
Rubén: 1
Rest: 0




So, Yangyang, Hugo and Laura are the provisional nominated housemates. Then, Alba, a member from the public saved a housemate, she saved Laura and therefore, Miriam is also nominated along with Hugo and Yangyang.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #55 on: October 09, 2017, 11:52:23 AM »
Last night in the Debate, the blind percentages were shown:

?? = 65,9%
?? = 22,7%
?? = 11,4%



I'm pretty sure Yangyang will be evicted (I really hope so), as she is gooner in most of the polls with around 75-80%.

I really like this edition, I love the casting, there are almost no boring housemates, most of them brings something interesting and there are lovely people and hateable people in both sides. I like the small group specially Hugo-Miriam-Laura, they are entertaining, they know how to play well and they don't hide from other to say the truth.

From the other group I dislike so much Juan, Cristian F, CARLOS (he thinks he's the leader and he has copied Pepe Herrero making his own version of the "Nominator"), Pilar (she disappointed me so much, she is gossiping all the time and critizing Laura and Miriam with no reason and being so much fake) and Petra and Mina, at least this two adorably hateable, I mean I don't like them because they are acting like if they are pissed off all the time but I want them in the house to keep the things interesting.

And I love Christian G., he is in the middle of the two groups and he is not afraid to say the truth to each person and I like his way of thinking.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #56 on: October 09, 2017, 12:36:40 PM »
My ranking:

1. Christian G.
2. Laura
3. Hugo
4. Miriam
5. Daniel
6. Rubén

7. Miguel
8. Maico
9. Mina

10. Cristian F.
11. Carlota
12. Pilar
13. Petra
14. Yangyang
15. Javier

16. Juan
17. Jose María
18. Carlos
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #57 on: October 11, 2017, 03:23:06 PM »
Things are changing, now it seems that the small group Hugo-Laura-Miriam is breaking and Laura-Miriam are agains Hugo and they are now with the big group. But I think they're doing this because Miriam is nominated. We'll see how this will end on Thursday.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #58 on: October 15, 2017, 01:35:15 PM »
Last Thursday we lived the third eviction and we were witness of the first sorpasso of this edition.

On Sunday the official blind percentages were:



As Jorge Javier confirmed, this was the real voting:

Yangyang = 65,9%
Hugo = 22,7%
Miriam = 11,4%

When the Gala started the percentages were like this:



Yangyang = 60,4%
Hugo = 12,2%
Miriam = 27,4%

So Miriam passed from least voted to the second most voted.



Then, the lines were frozen and Hugo was saved as he received the least amount of votes to evict.




Yangyang = 41,0%
Hugo = 11,9%
Miriam = 47,1%

The lines were reopened. 10 minutes before the closing the lines, the percentages were:



Yangyang: 42,2%
Miriam: 57,8%

Lines were closed and Miriam became the third housemate to be evicted. Official percentages were not revealed.





She was evicted mostly for her bully comments toward Yangyang and for betraying Hugo, which was part of her group. She also became more closer to the big group which is really hated outside.

Nominations (face-to-face again):

Hugo: Carlota (3), Petra (2), Cristian (1)
Rubén: Juan (3), Petra (2), Carlota (1)
Christian: Javier (3), Maico (2), Yangyang (1)
Laura: Maico (3), Hugo (2), Yangyang (1)
Yangyang: Maico (3), Javier (2), Christian (1)
Maico: Javier (3), Yangyang (2), Carlota (1)
Juan: Rubén (3), Laura (2), José María (1)
Pilar: Laura (3), Hugo (2), Rubén (1)
Daniel: Maico (3), Hugo (2), Laura (1)
Petra: Hugo (3), Rubén (2), Laura (1)
Javier: Maico (3), Yangyang (2), Christian (1)
Mina: Javier (3), Hugo (2), Maico (1)
Carlos: Javier (3), Maico (2), Hugo (1)
Cristian: Hugo (3), Javier (2), Maico (1)
Carlota: Maico (3), Hugo (2), Yangyang (1)
José María: Yangyang (3), Maico (2), Javier (1)
Miguel: Javier (3), Yangyang (2), Daniel (1)

Maico: 23
Javier: 20
Hugo: 17

Yangyang: 12
Laura: 7
Rubén: 6
Carlota: 5
Petra: 4
Juan: 3
Christian: 2
Cristian: 1
Daniel: 1
José María: 1

Maico, Javier and Hugo are the provisional nominees. Elena from Tenerife, as a choosen member from the public, decided to save Hugo. So the final nominees are Maico, Javier and Yangyang.


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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #59 on: October 20, 2017, 04:51:14 AM »
Javier has been evicted. Maico was in the lead all week with 70%+ to go, but a sorpasso happened during the gala and the vote changed (::)), so Javier ended up being evicted instead.

Hugo, Maico and Laura are up for eviction this week
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« Reply #60 on: October 23, 2017, 02:22:41 PM »
On October 15th, in the Debate the blind percentages were shown:

Maico = 77,8%
Javier = 12,1%
Yangyang = 10,1%



It was confirmed later in the Gala, that the most voted was Maico at that moment.

In the last Thursday Gala, the voting was getting closer and closer between Maico and Javier.

Maico = 51,5%
Javier = 45,1%
Yangyang = 3,5%



Some minutes before closing the lines, the voting were like this:

Javier = 49,8%
Maico = 47,4%
Yangyang = 2,8%



The lines were frozen and Yangyang was saved as she received the least amount of votes. Definitive percentages were not revealed.




The lines were re-opened between Maico and Javier.

Finally, Javier became the 4th housemate to be evicted from GH18. Percentages not revealed.




In the weekly task, the housemates were split in two teams Masters and Servants. In the Masters team were Hugo, Maico, Pilar, Rubén and Yangyang. The rest of housemates were in the Servants team. Public could decide which team would nominate in the diary room and which face-to-face. Masters won the priviledge to nominate in the diary room. Then Nominations took place:

Petra: Hugo (3), Rubén (2), Maico (1)
Daniel: Maico (3), Rubén (2), Hugo (1)
Juan: Rubén (3), Laura (2), Maico (1)
Cristian: Hugo (3), Maico (2), Rubén (1)
Laura: Maico (3), Rubén (2), Hugo (1)
Carlos: Hugo (3), Rubén (2), Miguel (1)
Mina: Hugo (3), Maico (2), Rubén (1)
Hugo: Laura (3), Mina (2), Carlota (1)
Pilar: Laura (3), Rubén (2), Hugo (1)
Miguel: Hugo (3), Yangyang (2), Laura (1)
Christian: Hugo (3), Maico (2), Laura (1)
José María: Maico (3), Hugo (2), Yangyang (1)
Carlota: Maico (3), Hugo (2), Yangyang (1)
Maico: Carlota (3), Laura (2), Yangyang (1)
Rubén: Laura (3), Juan (2), Mina (1)
Yangyang: Maico (3), Miguel (2), José María (1)

Hugo: 26
Maico: 25
Laura: 15

Rubén: 12
Yangyang: 5
Carlota: 4
Miguel: 3
Mina: 3
Juan: 2
José María: 1
The rest: 0

Hugo, Maico and Laura are up for eviction this week. There will be no salvation from the public until further notice.


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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #61 on: October 23, 2017, 02:46:56 PM »
Last night in the Debate, the blind percentages were shown:

?? = 56,6%
?? = 42,6%
?? = 0,8%



I'm quite sure Hugo has the 0,8% of the votes and the eviction is between Maico and Laura. Probably with Laura being more in risk, however I think a new sorpasso will happen next Thursday and Maico will be finally evicted.

Last night, three new Masters entered to the house. They are Kiko Rivera from GHVIP3, Carlos Lozano GHVIP4 Runner-up and Alyson Eckmann GHVIP5 winner. They will spend one week in the house as a part of the weekly task.

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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #62 on: October 25, 2017, 03:31:34 PM »
What's a sorpasso?

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« Reply #63 on: October 25, 2017, 04:54:22 PM »
Quote from: Danny
What's a sorpasso?
Oops sorry, I used it like if everyone else know the meaning haha. It means when the voting changes and the second most voted is the most voted then.
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« Reply #64 on: October 25, 2017, 04:57:06 PM »
Btw, tomorrow might be a double eviction. One of the three nominated housemates will evicted. Then, the housemates will be offered a task to win immunity and only one will win immunity for 3 weeks. Those who accept and fail, will face elimination in a public voting to save. If no one accept to participate in the task, there will be any eviction.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #65 on: November 02, 2017, 06:35:47 PM »
Sorry for the delay.

Last Thursday, on October 26th there was a double eviction. The nominees Maico, Hugo and Laura went to the eviction room.

The percentages on Sunday were revealed:

56,6% = Maico
42,6% = Laura
0,8% = Hugo


Then the voting was getting closer and closer. Then the second most voted became the one with most votes. Some minutes ago the voting was like this:

54,3% = Laura
44,2% = Maico
1,5% = Hugo




The lines were closed and Laura became the 5th evicted from GH18. Final percentages not revealed.






Tbh, everyone thought that Laura was leading the vote during all the week and Maico was the second with most votes but we were wrong, and once again the sorpasso happened.

After the eviction, the housemates were offered a game. There was a immunity for 3 weeks to be disputed. In the garden there were some buttons, everyone was able to push the button after a sign, the first one to push it would win immunity for 3 weeks, however they didn't know the disadvantage of this game and it was that one of them would be evicted. They had the option of not pushing the button.

So, after the sign, Carlota was the fastest pushing the button and was rewarded with immunity for 3 weeks. Afterwards they knew that one of them would be evicted and most of them were shocked and Carlota regreted this. Public started voting to save a housemate. The housemate with least votes would be evicted.



After a 20 minutes voting, Petra became the least voted and therefore the 6th housemate to be evicted from GH18 with only 1% of the votes.

25% = Hugo
15% = Rubén
14% = Christian
12% = Yangyang
6% = Pilar
6% = Mina
5% = José María
4% = Maico
4% = Miguel
3% = Cristian
3% = Carlos
2% = Daniel
1% = Juan

1% = Petra




Nominations took place in the diary room:

Carlota: Maico (3), Hugo (2), Rubén (1)
Mina: Hugo (3), Pilar (2), Maico (1)
Pilar: Mina (3), Maico (2), Rubén (1)
Hugo: Mina (3), Daniel (2), Cristian (1)
Daniel: Cristian (3), Maico (2), Hugo (1)
Christian: Juan (3), Hugo (2), Maico (1)
Juan: Carlos (3), Cristian (2), Christian (1)
Carlos: Juan (3), Maico (2), Miguel (1)
Rubén: Mina (3), Daniel (2), Cristian (1)
Cristian: Juan (3), Maico (2), Hugo (1)
Maico: Mina (3), Daniel (2), Cristian (1)
Yangyang: Maico (3), Miguel (2), José María (1)
Miguel: Carlos (3), Mina (2), Daniel (1)
José María: Maico (3), Mina (2), Juan (1)

Maico: 19
Mina: 16
Juan: 10

Hugo: 9
Cristian: 8
Daniel: 7
Carlos: 6
Miguel: 3
Pilar: 2
Rubén: 2
Christian: 1
José María: 1
Yangyang: 0
Carlota: Immune

Maico, Mina and Juan are up for elimination this week.


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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #66 on: November 02, 2017, 06:43:58 PM »
On Sunday during the Debate, the blind percentages were shown:

79,8% = ??
15,4% = ??
4,8% = ??



Everybody think that Juan is leading the voting because he is too hated for being a fake person bitching all the time with the big group and for being Pilar's closest friend.

But... on Tuesday, the programme offered again blind percentages and they were changing.

65,2% = ??
31,5% = ??
3,3% = ??



So, I think Mina is getting more votes than Juan right now and she is reaching Juan. I'm afraid she will be evicted in the end and another sorpasso will happen, and people is getting tired of sorpassos in every voting. It doesn't give a serious impression on the votings.
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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #67 on: November 03, 2017, 07:26:01 AM »
way too many dicks in this house.

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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #68 on: November 03, 2017, 09:10:17 AM »
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.  :ali
How are they liked inside and outside the house? Is one of them as obnoxious as Pepe was?
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« Reply #69 on: November 03, 2017, 06:50:04 PM »
Actually can I get a synopsis on everyone left in the house? I've been following the season but not much time to watch

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« Reply #70 on: November 03, 2017, 07:16:51 PM »
I wish I was following this mess properly cuz I like what I read/see from it, it feels very old-school despite some shanenigans. The ratings are horrible tho

I'm glad all those fems left tbh they thought thye would have it easy due to the girlpower bias that new fans have and they got owned big time.

Who I'm really fascinated with is PILAR <3 pre-LF she was loved cuz they edited her as the funny over-weight girl but since they put it again she has shown herself as an evil delusional witch <3

She's like WORSE than Gemma Collins. She somehow has convinced herself that as (i'm QUOTING her) she is the "fan fave" of the season the public will evict whoever she chooses <3 i remember she advised Javier when he was up to be with her that week so Spain would keep him lmao

The icing in the week was when she was booed and decided that as the theme was Revolution it means that the popular people get booed <3


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« Reply #71 on: November 03, 2017, 07:18:40 PM »
I forgot to add that obv she is totally reviled outside by the few people who are actually watching. I hope they don't screw her 90% last boot status that she should have. 

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« Reply #72 on: November 03, 2017, 07:25:18 PM »
Maico has no fans lmao

He's the pawn of Hugo and Rubén's fans cuz he is a friends with them and I THINK (i'm mostly reading what's happening) he flip-flopped when he was up for eviction the first time. 

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« Reply #73 on: November 04, 2017, 06:34:59 PM »
I'm going to post the things that happened in the house in the last 48 hours. Step by step.

As I posted the other day, one housemate received almost 80% of the votes. During the Gala, the voting was getting closer between two housemates. The lines were finally closed.

With thr 51,9% of the votes, Juan became the 7th housemate to be evicted from GH18.

51,9% = Juan
44,7% = Mina
3,4% = Maico


Pilar was devastated and everybody wanted to watch this. The witch is not powerful anymore  >:D
Yangyang was also really sad even she was screaming like crazy  :o







Then, the public could vote among the female housemates to choose two of them to return to the house as guest just for a week. Miriam and Laura received the most votes.



Nominations. The housemates were split in two teams, the Black team (Mina, Yangyang, Hugo, Rubén, Maico, Cristian and Carlos) and the Red team (Carlota, Pilar, Christian, Daniel, Miguel and José María). They competed in a task and the loosing team would nominate just with 2 and 1 points. Black team won and were able to nominate with 3, 2 and 1 points.

Rubén: Yangyang (3), Mina (2), Carlos (1)
Daniel: Mina (2), Maico (1)
Carlos: Maico (3), Daniel (2), Hugo (1)
Pilar: Mina (2), Maico (1)
Carlota: Maico (2), Yangyang (1)
José María: Maico (2), Yangyang (1)
Mina: Pilar (3), Hugo (2), Maico (1)
Maico: Mina (3), Carlos (2), Yangyang (1)
Hugo: Mina (3), Carlos (2), Cristian (1)
Yangyang: Maico (3), Rubén (2), Miguel (1)
Miguel: Yangyang (2), Mina (1)
Christian: Maico (2), Yangyang (1)
Cristian: Daniel (3), Maico (2), Hugo (1)

Maico: 17
Mina: 13
Yangyang: 9

Carlos: 5
Daniel: 5
Hugo: 4
Pilar: 3
Rubén: 2
Cristian: 1
Miguel: 1
Rest: 0
Carlota: Immune

Maico, Mina and Yangyang were the provisional nominees. However, Laura and Miriam along with the rest of female housemates, could save a housemate, hey saved Yangyang. Carlos and Daniel had the next amount of votes and joined Maico and Mina as nominated this week.


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Re: Gran Hermano 18 Spain
« Reply #74 on: November 04, 2017, 06:43:02 PM »
And... Surprisingly, Carlota and José María have been ejected from the house a couple of hours ago. This are so confusing right now. Some people say that it might be because of one coment that José María made some days ago. He said that he is happy when the northern areas of Spain are flooded and destroy because of the rain, ok, he is from Murcia in the south and one of the most dry areas of the country.

But it's strange cause nobody was complaining about that like it happened in other editions like in GH14 with Argi and with Álvaro in GH17. Moreover, he would have been evicted in the Gala, not in a random Saturday.

However, and this is the most likely option, José María could have been evicted because of an argument with Carlota last night. She was really drunk last night and she fought with him and she also asked for leaving the house. This was real, but some people also state that José María threw her some bread and she got mad and pull his hair down. This is so confusing because the programme stated some minutes ago that José María was ejected because of an intolerable actitude and Carlota was asked to leave the programme and she accepted.

I hope that tomorrow in the Debate things will clear out.
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