'Big Brother 15': Helen's Week 3 nominations and the Have Not results

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big-brother-15-week-3-nominations.jpgThe results are in for the third week in the "Big Brother 15" house. Read on to find out who Helen put on the block and who are Have Nots for the week -- or just sign up for the live feeds. They've been drama-filled since Nick's ouster.

Helen has nominated Kaitlin and Aaryn for eviction. Aaryn seems to be the target this week, especially after her behavior after Nick left and Helen won HOH. It seems Aaryn is a fairly poor loser (shocking, we know).

On the live feeds last night, Aaryn decided Candice was the focus of her wrath (despite the fact that seven people voted to evict Nick). So, Aaryn flipped Candice's bed over and then when Candice confronted her about it, Aaryn assumed a "black" voice (or what she thinks of as one) and kept saying, "Whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do about it?"

Candice wanted to get into and GinaMarie chimed in, "Is that your black coming out?", so Howard intervened and took Candice out of the situation.

Needless to say, the "Big Brother" racists have not learned a darn thing despite being warned by their fellow houseguests about how they are acting.

Expect the MVP to be Elissa, which means Jeremy will most likely be the MVP nominee -- though there has been some talk about targeting Howard this week. It'll be interesting to see how it goes because Jeremy's been playing a very smart game since he fell out of power.

He confessed to Helen about the Moving Company and has been acting pleasant and contrite, even distancing himself somewhat from Kaitlin and the other Mean Girls. He's a much savvier player than we were giving him credit for.

The Have Not competition also took place, with Amanda, McCrae, Judd and Jessie landing as Have Nots. America voted for them to have grapefruit and guacamole this week, so that's not terrible.

What do you think of Helen's nominations?
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