Ding Dong, the witch is dead. That was the feeling among some of the Big Brother house guests this week. Chima, the drama queen of the house was forced to leave unexpectedly.

Within days Chima had her head of household power taken away and was nominated for eviction. The pressure seemed to be too much for the freelance journalist from California. Chima had told house guests earlier in the week, “I’m not giving them the satisfaction of voting me out.” She rebelled against the shows producers, refusing to wear her microphone. The reality show diva even deliberately threw it into the pool, which ultimately led to her demise in the house. The other house guests were not allowed to say goodbye and were told about her expulsion after she left the house.

“Chima has been evicted by the producers from the Big Brother house for violating the rules. She will not be part of the shows jury,” according to a statement released by CBS.

With the unexpected eviction taking place, Michelle’s head of household rein was cut short. The power was up for grabs. Jordan managed to golf her way through the competition and became head of household for the first time this season. The house guests were then faced with a whirlwind of events on Thursdays show. They had a power of veto competition, an eviction, and a new head of household competition.

With her team quickly losing the power in the house, Lydia spun out of control. She began yelling and threatening the house guests, telling them to send her home. At the nomination ceremony Jordan respected Lydia’s wish, nominating her beside Natalie. During the power of veto competition, it came down to Michelle and Jordan. The southern bell proved to be more of a threat than people thought, winning her second competition.

At the P.O.V. ceremony Jordan kept her nominations intact. Lydia left the house with a vote of 3-1, Kevin being the only vote to keep her in.

Thursdays show concluded with the house guests beginning the next H.O.H. competition. They’re dropping aluminum cans into a plastic tube in a race to fill the tubes with 24 cans or whoever has the most after an hour. America will have to wait until Sundays show to see who takes home this critical competition.

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Lindsey Ferris is a 2006 Umass Amherst grad who has worked as a TV producer in Springfield

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