Chima was not allowed to be on the Jury. Her vote was replaced during the finale with the results of a viewer's poll, which ultimately was for Jordan Lloyd.
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An exotic beauty, Chima is truly as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside. Educated and independent, this freelance journalist is currently single and looking for a man who is tall, considerate and has a great sense of humor.
Chima is extremely close to her ailing mother and expects she’ll be taking care of her in the future. The fact that her mother’s health is no longer at its best greatly concerns Chima, but she plans to happily provide the same care and love to her mother that her mother has provided to her throughout her lifetime. She is also very close to her stepfather, and fondly recalls him as the man who taught her how to ride a bike, swim and was always ready and willing to help her with her homework.
Adaptation, the ability to not be intimidated and an extremely disarming smile are all tools that may get Chima far in this game. In life she has proven that she is strong and has the will to win. Her plan is to create and break alliances and annihilate her competition. With her keen mind and plan at hand, she hopes to walk away with the cash prize.
Chima was the first houseguest to be expelled since Scott Weintraub in Big Brother 4. She was the first female houseguest to be expelled and was the only expelled houseguest who was ever a nominee prior to the expulsion.
Chima was the first former and outgoing HOH to be expelled. The second was Willie Hantz.
Out of all expelled houseguests, Chima was in the house the longest, lasting 42 days before getting expelled.
She is also the only expelled houseguest to make it to the jury stage (not counting Justin Sebik from Big Brother 2, where every houseguest was on the jury).