After Thursday night's eviction episode on "Big Brother," Season 15 is down to the final three. It was McCrae facing off against a powerhouse alliance that formed late in the game and proceeded to mow down the competition. Wednesday night, McCrae saved himself by winning POV, forcing the Exterminators to take out one of their own in Judd.
On Thursday night's show, he wasn't so lucky. Andy was Head of Household, and he put McCrae and Spencer on the block. Then, he proceeded to win POV, virtually ensuring an Exterminator final three. As expected, he left his nominations the same. GinaMarie, as the only person eligible to vote, knocked McCrae out of the game, where he could join his showmance Amanda in the Jury House.
While speaking with Julie Chen, McCrae seemed to have some regrets about how he played the game. "I wish I could do it differently, I wish I’d distanced myself from Amanda more. It’s a give and take.”
Darren Franich of Entertainment Weekly wrote of McCrae's response, "That reads harsh, but you could argue that he wasn't throwing his girlfriend under the bus; rather, he was just reconsidering spending roughly 95% of the day in her arms. “
As for where he stands with Amanda now that their time together in the house is over, McCrae said he didn't know. One thing that seemed clear, though, was that everyone in the house loved him. Is he loved enough to come back for an all-star season? "Big Brother" did just get renewed for a 16th season, so the reality stalwart is sticking around.
There are only two episodes left of "Big Brother" Season 15. Come back on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET and Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. ET on CBS to find out who wins it all.
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