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Who Was Eliminated In Celebrity Big Brother Season 3? Celebrity Big Brother Season 3 Eliminations


Who Was Eliminated In Celebrity Big Brother Season 3 Episode 7?

Chris Kirkpatrick was the third houseguest to be voted off the show by the other houseguests. Kirkpatrick had a sneaky suspicion that he would soon be the target of new Head of House (HOH) Miesha Tate and previous HOH Todrick Hall as the show began. No one expected him to depart so soon after Carson Kressley and Cynthia Bailey were nominated for the block. During the veto meeting, Shanna Moakler utilized her veto authority to spare Kressley from the block. Tate was perplexed since she wanted Kressley off the program, yet he was now safe. So, following Hall’s lead, the HOH threw Kirkpatrick on the block. In the end, the singer was voted off the program by the audience.

Kirkpatrick joined hostess Julie Chen Moonves on stage after being booted to explain his concerns about his eviction. He admitted that he was startled by Moakler’s decision to vote him out but understood her reasoning. Kirkpatrick went on to say that Hall and Tate dominated the house, making the experience less enjoyable. He said that he should have lied on the show but that he could not do so.

Who Was Eliminated In Season 3 Episode 7 Celebrity Big Brother?

The first houseguests to be eliminated was Teddi Mellencamp, an American media personality, actress, and self-professed ‘accountability coach’ best known for appearing in three seasons of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. 

The second one to be eliminated was Mirai Nagasu, an American figure skater. She has won the bronze medal in the 2018 Olympics, three times Four Continental medalist (Silver in 2016, bronze in 2011, and 2017), the 2007 JGP Final champion, a two time World Junior medalist (silver in 2007, bronze in 2008), and a seven-time U.S. national medalist (Gold in 2008, silver in 2010 and 2018, bronze in 2011 and 2014, pewter in 2016 and 2017).

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The third houseguest to be voted off was Chris Kirkpatrick, an American singer, dancer, songwriter, music producer, and occasional actor. He is best known for his work as the founding member of the NSYNC pop group, in which he sang countertenor. He has appeared on numerous TV shows and provided the voice for chip Skylark on The Fairly OddParents. He also guest-starred on The Simpsons as himself, along with his fellow NSYNC bandmates, in the episode “New Kids On The Beach.”

Why Did Chris Kattan Leave Celebrity Big Brother 3?

Not every celebrity enjoys Celebrity Big Brother (CBB). Fans were upset when comedian Chris Kattan unexpectedly quit Season 3 of the show. Kattan’s absence from live streams created the impression that he had left; however, the rumor was proven in episode 7. He was spotted telling Chris Kirkpatrick that he was having trouble staying in the CBB house and wanted to go home.

Miesha Tate gathered all of the houseguests later to read aloud an announcement from the envelop. “Chris Kattan will not be continuing in the ‘Big Brother’ game. He wants you all to know that he’s okay.” In addition, Kattan sent a video to the houseguests apologizing for departing without saying goodbye in person. “I think a lot of you know that this experience has been a difficult thing for me to do.”  He then complimented every one of the houseguests while tossing in a few jokes here and there. As a result, the contestants have also had nice things to say about the comedian.

Celebrity Big Brother Season 3 Voted Out Members

Here is the list of all the contestants who were evicted in season 3 of Celebrity Big Brother.

HouseGuests No of Days In the house Result 
Chris Kirkpatrick 17 Evicted 
Chris Kattan 15 Walked 
Mirai Nagasu 13 Evicted 
Teddi Mellencamp 10 Evicted 

The remaining houseguests include singer and dancer Todrick Hall, NBA player Lamar Odom, sitcom star Todd Bridges, Queer Eye star Carson Kressley, UFC fighter Miesha Tate, RHOA star Cynthia Bailey, and model/reality star Shanna Moakler.

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