Ranking the Celebrity Big Brother houseguests: No. 23

Celebrity Big Brother spoilers: Power of Veto plans in place with HOH (Julie Chen Moonves House Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Celebrity Big Brother spoilers: Power of Veto plans in place with HOH (Julie Chen Moonves House Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS) /

In light of Celebrity Big Brother being left off CBS’ schedule, we thought we would take a trip down memory lane. We are going to be ranking all Celebrity Big Brother houseguests from 23 to 1. Today we will take a look at #23: Keshia Knight Pulliam.

When CBS released their midseason schedule, there was a notable absence from it: Celebrity Big Brother. This has led to speculation that the series has been cancelled. It really is a shame because it provided fans some entertainment in the black hole known as the Big Brother offseason. So with this in mind, we decided to rank the houseguests from 23 to 1. Checking in at No. 23 on our list is Keshia Knight Pulliam from Season 1.

Keshia Knight Pulliam’s game on Celebrity Big Brother 1

After Shannon Elizabeth won Season 1’s first HOH Competition, Julie informed the houseguests that they would get a gift bag at the end of the competition. One gift bag would allow the houseguest who takes it to recast the role of HOH with someone else. Keshia won this power and took the HOH from Shannon.

As HOH she formed a women’s alliance (with Ross Matthews joining the women). The women targeted James Maslow. So, Keshia nominated James alongside Chuck Liddell. After Shannon won the POV, it looked like James was dead in the water. However, Shannon flipped the house and evicted Chuck, blindsiding Keshia and Omarosa Manigault.

In week 2, Ross won HOH and nominated Keshia alongside Omarosa for eviction, with the intention of targeting Omarosa. When Marissa Jaret Winokur won the POV, she elected not to use it. Keshia asked the houseguests to send her home to deal with personal matters. Keshia’s wish was granted and she was evicted 7-0.

Keshia checks in at No. 23 because the one move she tried to make (evicting James) didn’t exactly pan out. Not only this, but she did quit. It is understandable to quit for personal reasons. I commend Keshia for wanting to be there for her family. However, I feel if you know you are having personal issues at home, you should attend to those issues instead of taking someone else’s spot that would’ve wanted to play.

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Stay tuned to see who checks in at No. 22!