|Big Brother 7: Fans vs. Favorites|
|No. of House Guests||16|
|No. of Days||135|
|America's Favorite||Dragonoverlord67657 (Production)|
|Season Run||November 15, 2020 - March 29, 2021|
|Previous Season||Big Brother 6: Lost at Sea|
|Next Season||Big Brother 8: TBA|
Winners Longterms' Big Brother Canada 7: Fans vs. Favorites is the final long term season of the group. The season features 8 returning HouseGuests and 8 new HouseGuests ready to compete head to head in the group's long-term finale. The favorites were announced on November 15, 2020. The season ended on March 29, 2021, after a record-breaking 135 days.
Favorites: Eight favorites from the last 6 seasons of WLT will be voted back into the house by Canada to compete against 8 new players.
Double Premiere: The 8 fans entered the house in Week 1 and played through a week. They then left for sequester as the favorites played out a week in the house during Week 2. The two merged in the house in Week 3. TheThirdActor walked during the fan week, which resulted in the cancellation of their eviction.
Double Eviction: In Week 6, HouseGuests were to evict one of their own and immediately play in a second round of gameplay for the week. Letmeoutnow16 was evicted in the first half, while InstantMax225 was evicted during the second half. The twist returned in Week 9, with Gonzalez417 being evicted during the first half, and LeoNinjagoFan1522 in the second half.
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Week 6||Week 7||Week 8||Week 9||Week 10||Week 11||Week 12|
|Round 1||Round 2||Round 1||Round 2||Round 1||Finale|
|Big Brother 7: Fans vs. Favorites Competition History|
|Week 1||Keep the Balance||HouseGuests had to balance a block on their heads. If their block fell off of their head, they would be eliminated. The HouseGuest to balance the block on their head the longest would be crowned the Head of Household.|
|Pawns Go Home||HouseGuests had to pick a spot on a chessboard and move in an L-shape like a knight. Once they landed on a square, that square would become red and would be out of play for the rest of the competition. If a HouseGuest could not land on a black or white square, they would be eliminated. The last HouseGuest standing would win the competition.|
|Week 3||Mr. Curtain's Revenge||HouseGuests had to stay on a wall while being sat, tripped, and spun. The HouseGuest to remain on the wall the longest would win the competition.|
|Acrobats||HouseGuests had to race across a tightrope in the fastest amount of time in order to win the power of veto competition.|
|Week 4||The Haunting of Ryan||HouseGuests had to stand atop a pole as they vibrated. If they fell off, they would be eliminated. The last HouseGuest remaining would win the competition.|
|Sorry, Not Sorry||HouseGuests had to play in a game of BB Battleship. Each round, a player would ask the host to uncover a square. If the square was red, that player could then eliminate another player from the competition. The last player standing would win the power of veto.|
|Week 5||Survival of the Fittest||HouseGuests were asked questions about previous competitions in the game. They then had to respond with whether the competition was an HOH or POV competition, with the first to correctly buzz in eliminating their opponent. If they buzzed in incorrectly, they would be eliminated. The survivor of each round would then choose the next two to compete. This would continue until only one player was left competing.|
|FF a Friend||HouseGuests had to choose a friend to save in each round, with the last player remaining being eliminated. A new round would then start, with a random HouseGuest gaining a forcefield and beginning the chain all over again until only one player remained.|
|Week 6||Innocent Until Proven Guilty||HouseGuests had to answer questions about a crime. They would logically choose between if someone was guilty or innocent for the crime they were charged for. An incorrect answer would result in elimination. The last HouseGuest standing would win the competition.|
|Bootcamp||HouseGuests had to complete an obby. Once past the obby, they had to complete a puzzle, with the first HouseGuest to successfully complete the match puzzle winning the power of veto.|
|The AMazing Maze||HouseGuests had to navigate through a maze, with the first HouseGuest to successfully complete the maze winning the competition.|
|Lightbulbs & Lies||HouseGuests had to wait for the host to say Go. However, the host could fake HouseGuests out with other similar words. If a HouseGuest jumped past the first hurdle on any word except go, they would be eliminated for a false start. The last HouseGuest to reach the end in each round would be eliminated. The last HouseGuest standing would win the competition.|
|Week 7||Desert Showdown||HouseGuests had to compete in a game of laser tag, with the last player standing winning the HOH.|
|Apocalyptic Duels||Two at a time, HouseGuests had to roll a ball down a lane. The lane had ridges which would slow the ball down, and the player to push the ball further would win the round and eliminate their opponent. The first two to face off would be chosen randomly, with the victor of each round choosing the next two to compete. The last player standing would win the competition.|
|Week 8||A Ghost's Trail||The jurors were faced with an invisible path. The first HouseGuest to successfully cross the invisible path would win re-entry into the game.|
|9 to 5||HouseGuests were asked to solve math problems. They then had to race to the correct answer, with the last player to run to the correct answer being eliminated in each round. The last player standing would win Head of Household.|
|OTEV the Noir Egg||HouseGuests were given riddles about evicted players in the game. They then had to retrieve the chip which correctly answered the riddle. They then had to race back to a podium, with each round having one fewer podium than players. The last player standing after 5 rounds would win the competition.|
|Week 9||P5||HouseGuests were given a letter and a number. They then had to come up with a word that started with that letter and had that number of letters in the word. The first to respond with a valid English word which met both criteria would earn a point each round. The first HouseGuest to earn three points would win the competition.|
|Zingbot's Birthday||HouseGuests had to click on their balloons as quickly as possible in order to inflate them. Once the balloon was inflated enough, it would float away. The first HouseGuest to successfully inflate their balloon enough for it to fly would win the power of veto.|
|Temple Run||HouseGuests had to stay on a conveyor for as long as possible. The last HouseGuest to remain on the conveyor belt would win the HOH.|
|Meshed Together||HouseGuests were paired into three duos. Each duo would be presented with a mash-up of three players in the season. Every thirty seconds, both competitors were permitted to unveil one of the HouseGuests' avatars at the start of the season. The first to correctly guess all three components of the avatar would advance to the final round. The three winners of Round 1 would then face off, with the first to correctly guess the three components of the new mannequin winning the power of veto.|
|Week 10||Evan's Egg Farm||HouseGuests were placed in separate cages. They then had to click to lower their eggs, with the first HouseGuest to lower all of their eggs to the bottom of the basket winning the HOH competition.|
|The Main Event||HouseGuests had to roll a ball down a ramp with numbers at the bottom. The lowest scoring player each round is eliminated. The eliminated HouseGuest then chooses the prize for their placement in the competition. They can choose to keep their prize or trade it for another prize that an earlier player won. The person who ends up with the power of veto prize wins the power of veto.|
|Week 11||Solve for X||HouseGuests were given a chart with the events of an unknown week. Clues about which week it was would slowly reveal as the round passed. The first HouseGuest to guess the "X" (the part of the week which would not be revealed) would earn a point. The first HouseGuest to reach three points would win Head of Household.|
|BB Comics||HouseGuests had to briefly view a board of comic covers based on the season. They then had to re-assemble their own comics in the correct formation the fastest to win.|
|Finale||Below Zero||A sweeper will cross the HouseGuests' paths regularly. HouseGuests must jump over the sweeper to avoid being knocked off of their platform. The last HouseGuest standing wins the competition.|
|1000 Years.||HouseGuests will be asked questions about the events of the season. They must then respond by typing their answer in chat. The person who is the fastest to answer gets a point. The first person to get to three points wins the competition|
|The Devils Advocate||Jurors will make a statement about the season thus far. The host will then begin the sentence, then give two possible completions for the sentence. The HouseGuests must then attempt to correctly finish the statement. This season the HouseGuests were put on moving platforms that they would have to balance on while answering the question. The juror asking the question would also have the option to press a button that would blind and spin the HouseGuests. The competition uses a point-based system, with the winner being decided by whoever gains more points. A tiebreaker results in a free-response, number-based question.|
The fans entered to find that the favorites had not yet joined them. They had to play a week on their own, evicting one of their own before they merged in Week 3. Miguel won the first HOH of the season, and he chose to nominate Amy and Toe for eviction. Jami then won the Knight Moves power of veto competition, and they chose to save Toe with the power of veto. Miguel chose Allie as the replacement nominee, and after four HouseGuests had voted, Toe (the only holdout) chose to walk from the game, resulting in the cancellation of the eviction.
Stella made the difficult choice to walk just prior to the veterans' week for personal reasons. She left a message to the other HouseGuests explaining her reasons and wishing them the best of luck.
Miguel won his second HOH competition of the season in yet another endurance challenge. He chose to nominate Brandon and Allie for eviction, citing their inactivity. Dogs then pulled out her first competition win since Season 1, allowing her to use the power of veto on Brandon. In response, Miguel nominated Amy. Allie was then evicted in a 9 to 2 vote.
Ellie then became the second HouseGuest to win an HOH competition in the season. She chose to nominate Charlotte and Max for eviction. HouseGuests then faced off in a BB Battleship, which resulted in Kiki's first competition victory of the season. Kiki chose to discard the power of veto, leaving Charlotte and Max to battle for votes. In a nearly unanimous decision, Charlotte was the second player to be evicted from the house. Following the session, Amy was also expelled for inactivity.
Dragon then won the knockout HOH competition. He chose to nominate Mad and Kiki for eviction. In a social power of veto competition, Brandon pulled off his first win of the season. He chose to discard the power of veto, leaving Kiki and Mad on the block for the eviction. Kiki was then evicted in a 5 to 3 vote, causing some players to announce that they felt blindsided.
Brandon won his first HOH of the season, and he chose to nominate Mad and Max for eviction. In a puzzling power of veto competition, Jami pulled off yet another veto win. They chose to use the power of veto on Max, leaving Brandon to choose Evan as his replacement nominee. In a 5 to 2 vote, the previous winner, Evan, was evicted from the house.
Following a dramatic week, Gonzalez won his first ever HOH competition. He chose to nominate Brandon and Mad for eviction, but Jami again won the power of veto, and for the third time this season, chose to save a nominee (she chose Brandon). Gonzalez named Max as a replacement, leaving Mad and Max to face off in the eviction vote. By a vote of 4 to 2, Max was evicted from the house, leaving the remaining HouseGuests at the halfway point.
Dragon then went on to win his second HOH of the season. He chose to nominate Mad and Miguel for eviction, making Mad a nominee for the fourth time in a row and therefore making him the most consecutively nominated HouseGuest of any season. Brandon then won his second power of veto competition, and he chose to discard the veto. Mad finally met his match, and in a 4 to 1 vote, Mad was sent off to the jury.
Ellie won her second HOH of the season in a math-oriented HOH competition, only to very publicly flop at math while counting the votes later in the week. She chose to nominate Brandon and Jami for eviction, bringing the HouseGuests to the power of veto competition. Ellie ultimately won, becoming the first HouseGuest to win full power in a week. She discarded the power of veto. A Battle Back competition then occurred between Kiki, Evan, Max, and Mad, with Kiki winning her way back into the game. In a 3 to 2 vote, Brandon was evicted from the house, leaving the true final 7.
Kiki then won her first HOH competition of the season, guaranteeing her spot in the final 6. She nominated Logan and Gonzalez for eviction. Dragon won the power of veto, and he chose to discard it, leaving Gonzalez and Logan in the exact same position as they were in during the final 8 of Season 3. Similarly to that season, Gonzalez was evicted, with only 1 vote being cast against Logan (this time the vote was 3 - 1). HouseGuests then advanced to the second round of the double eviction.
Ellie then won her third HOH of the season, and she chose to nominate Jami and Logan for eviction. Kiki won the power of veto, marking her third consecutive week of immunity in the game, and guaranteeing herself a spot in the final 5. In a 2 to 1 vote, Jami was ultimately evicted. Logan, Ellie, and Kiki reached the final 5 yet again, and Miguel and Dragon joined them.
Kiki won her second HOH of the season and chose to nominate Dragon and Logan for eviction, marking Dragon's first time on the block. Thanks to some lucky rolls, Dragon managed to win the power of veto and save himself, marking the first time in the season that a HouseGuest used the veto on themself. Kiki chose Miguel as the replacement nominee. The vote then split between Miguel and Logan, forcing Kiki to break the tie. She chose to evict Logan, leaving Miguel, Dragon, Ellie, and Kiki in the final 4.
Ellie won her fourth Head of Household competition, tying her with KhiaShamone, Natalie_napalm, Freddyfazbear8526, and Greedy_Dullbean123 for most HOHs won in a season. She chose to nominate Dragon and Miguel for eviction. Kiki then won the power of veto competition, continuing her streak of being ineligible for nomination since her return to the house. Kiki ultimately chose to evict Dragon from the house. Dragon then left in one of the classiest exits seen in the history of WLT Big Brother. Miguel, Ellie, and Kiki advanced to the finale.
Ellie won the first part of the final HOH competition, while Kiki managed to pull off a win in parts 2 and 3, continuing the curse that whoever won part 1 of the final HOH would lose the final part of the competition. Ellie was nominated for the first and only time of the season as a result. Kiki chose to remain loyal to her alliance with Ellie, evicting Miguel and bringing Ellie to the final 2.
Ellie and Kiki then made their cases to the jury. By a vote of 7 to 2, Ellie was crowned the winner of Big Brother 7: Fans vs. Favorites.
By a vote of 7 to 2, the jury voted to crown Ellie the winner of WLT Big Brother 7: Fans vs. Favorites.
- There was some controversy in production about casting multiple cast members.
- Toe kept leaving and rejoining the server, making production suspicious of cheating, or walking. He walked two weeks later.
|Big Brother 7: Fans vs. Favorites Alliances|
|#Charlotte-is-over-party • Bully Busters • Charlotte's Alliances • Chiki • JELCM • Kiki-Stella • Logan-Gonzalez • PO3|