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[09/01/06 - 12:00 AM]
And Then There Were Four!

[via press release from CBS]

AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR!

DANIELLE REYES AND "CHICKEN" GEORGE BOSWELL FALL VICTIM TO LAST NIGHT�S FIRST EVER LIVE DOUBLE EVICTION FROM "BIG BROTHER: ALL-STARS"

Julie Chen Announces that the Next Eviction Will Take Place on Tuesday, Sept. 5 on the CBS Television Network

LOS ANGELES -- BIG BROTHER: ALL-STARS is down to the final four players as two Houseguests fell victim to last night�s first ever live double eviction during an evening full of surprises. Danielle Reyes, by a vote of 3-0, and "Chicken" George Boswell, by a vote of 2-0, were evicted from the BIG BROTHER: ALL-STARS house.

Following their evictions, Danielle and "Chicken" George were interviewed by host Julie Chen about their experience in the house. They join Marcellas, Howie and James as the fourth and fifth jury members. In addition, both evictees were interviewed by Julie Chen on "The Early Show" on Friday morning.

During last night�s show, the Houseguests were shocked when they learned that the Head of Household competition, the nomination ceremony, the Power of Veto competition and a second eviction would all take place within the one-hour live broadcast.

Immediately following the first eviction of the evening, the remaining Houseguests competed in a competition called "Battle of The Sexes" to see who would become the next Head of Household. Janelle Pierzina won HOH and was told by Julie Chen to name the nominees. Janelle immediately nominated "Chicken" George and Erika Landin for eviction. The Veto challenge, called "I�m Knots About Veto," followed and Erika won the Power of Veto, choosing to take herself off the chopping block. Janelle then nominated Mike "Boogie" Malin to replace Erika and join "Chicken" George.

With less than two weeks left in the game, BIG BROTHER: ALL-STARS is down to its final four players, Janelle, Will, Erika and Mike "Boogie." On last night�s show, Julie Chen announced that the next eviction will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 5 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. It will be up to the seven jury members to determine who will receive the grand prize of $500,000 on the live finale broadcast on Tuesday, Sept. 12 (8:00-9:00 PM). The final eviction will be broadcast on Thursday, Sept. 7 (8:00-9:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT).

For more information about the aftermath of last night�s evictions, log on to www.cbs.com and watch evictees� live interview on "Housecalls: The Big Brother Talk Show" on Friday (1:00 PM, ET/10:00 AM, PT).

The Houseguests:

"Chicken" George Boswell, 47 (BB1), Rockford, Ill. � EVICTED 8/31

Jennifer "Nakomis" Dedmon, 23 (BB5), San Antonio -- EVICTED 7/20

Howie Gordon, 35 (BB6), Hometown: Chicago/ Current Residence:Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. -- EVICTED 8/20

Diane Henry, 24 (BB5), Hometown: Cincinnati/Current Residence: Hollywood, Calif. -- EVICTED 8/3

Alison Irwin, 25 (BB4), Hometown: Meadville, Penn./Current Residence: Columbus, Ohio--EVICTED 7/ 13

Will Kirby, 33 (BB2), Hometown: Miami/Current Residence: Playa Vista, Calif.

Erika Landin, 36 (BB4), Hometown: Chicago/Current Residence: Los Angeles

Mike "Boogie" Malin, 35 (BB2), Hometown: Concord, NH/Current Residence: West Hollywood, Calif.

Janelle Pierzina, 26 (BB6), Hometown: Grand Rapids, Minn./Current Residence: Miami Beach

Danielle Reyes, 34 (BB3), Hometown: Vacaville, Calif./ Current Residence: Roseville, Calif. � EVICTED 8/31

Marcellas Reynolds (BB3), Hometown: Chicago/Current Residence: Los Angeles -- EVICTED 8/17

James Rhine, 30 (BB6), Hometown: Miami/Current Residence: Chicago -- EVICTED 8/24

Kaysar Ridha, 25 (BB6), Irvine, Calif. -- EVICTED 8/10

Jase Wirey, 30 (BB5), Hometown: Taylorville, Ill./Current Residence: Decatur, Ill. -- EVICTED 7/27





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