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Dalene Rovenstine

Julie Chen on the Big Brother: OTT finale: 'I was and I wasn't surprised'

Each week, following her live Q&A with the houseguests and with the evicted guest, Big Brother host Julie Chen answers a few questions just for EW about the latest events in the house. Here, she talks about finale night, including why she thinks Morgan pulled out the win over Jason.

Do you think Jason made the right call taking Kryssie to the final three? I do think Jason made the right decision by taking Kryssie over Justin. Justin, I suspect, probably had a nice following and would have been harder to beat.

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Project Runway recap: 'Bold Innovation'

Only six designers remain, and they are eager to get to the end. But it may be even sooner than they all think: When the designers meet Heidi on the runway, she tells them there are only two challenges left — which means either four designers are going to NYFW or there’s going to be another double elimination. We’ll have to wait and see!

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Carly Chaikin attempts Project Runway challenge in Project Sammy's Way

Mr. Robot’s Carly Chaikin has an identical twin sister named Sammy, who is trying to win Project Runway season 15… Well, at least that’s the premise of this week’s Project Sammy’s Way, an online sketch show that accompanies season 15 of the Lifetime series.

EW has a first look at this week’s episode, in which Sammy tries to win the New York City challenge with her sibling Carly (even though the family challenge was last week).

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Project Runway recap: 'A Power Trip'

As much as I love the designers of season 15, there’s something that’s been bothering me. Tonight I finally put my finger on it: None of them are really luxury designers. The challenge in “A Power Trip” was to create an editorial, high-fashion look for a New York City power woman. I was looking forward to glamorous looks. The results were all nice, but is it too much to ask for at least one Sean Kelly or Carol Hannah this season?

Anyway, that small gripe aside — this was a good episode. And it even came with its own twist ending, so let’s dive right in…

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Frequency recap: 'Break, Break, Break'

“Break, Break, Break” was all about loss — being a police officer, and specifically being a police officer on the Nightingale task force, has taken a lot from Raimy, Frank, and Satch. While Raimy and Frank are ready to dig deeper, Satch is ready to give up. And that’s where tonight’s episode begins…

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Julie Chen on Big Brother: OTT: 'This season has me baffled'

Each week, following her live Q&A with the houseguests and with the evicted guest, Big Brother host Julie Chen answers a few questions just for EW about the latest events in the house. Here, she talks about week 6, including thoughts on the double eviction and why it was important to reveal the election news to the houseguests.

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Big Brother: OTT: Whitney explains when she started doubting Ball Smashers

Big Brother: Over the Top just had its dreaded double eviction, and not everyone made it out okay.

Whitney Hogg, a 21-year-old medical assistant from Kentucky, was the second houseguest evicted on Wednesday night. Head of Household Danielle Lickey put her up on the block alongside ally Justin Duncan. Former Ball Smashers alliance members Morgan Willett and Shelby Stockton voted to evict Duncan, but Kryssie Ridolfi and Jason Roy’s votes led to a tie. Lickey broke the tie and Hogg was sent out of the house.

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