Judd Daugherty has been the talk of the town in hometown Englewood for the past few weeks, but in a surprise double elimination episode of Big Brother 15, Judd's house mates vote to evict him.
"It seemed like everybody liked him and even when they were voting for him to vote him out they were crying and sad they had to do it it was just a big shock," said Samuel Randolph.
"I thought it sucked but he was the best one in my opinion," said Travis Baxter.
Residents say he made Englewood proud with his lovable personality, even during a controversial season.
"He just kept his nose out of everybody's business, tried to be nice to everybody. Just like we do around here, everybody's nice to everybody," Randolph said.
Judd won't be coming home too soon though, he and eight other evicted house mates will join the jury for the rest of the season.
There's suspicion that Judd may have a chance of coming back on the show.
On last night's episode, Host Julie Chen announced that just because someone might become a jury member, that will not necessarily mean he or she will be out of the game.
Some people believe that means there's a possibility for one of the jury members like Judd to make a come back.