Bridgette Dunning is in trouble in the Big Brother house now that her closest ally and best friend, Frank Eudy, is gone.

Bridgette, a 24-year-old traveling nurse from Ventura, CA, survived the chopping block in the latest eviction episode, but that doesn't mean she's safe going forward. She's on the outs and the house's majority alliance is probably after her next.

Bridgette has an adorable smile and bakes cookies. She was dubbed Frank's little "Cabbage Patch Kid," but that doesn't seem to bother her. Something that does bother her? Michelle Meyer, who has Bridgette on her radar.

Michelle said in the Diary Room she had a crush on Frank at the beginning of the game but Bridgette stole his attention and affection. Bridgette likely still has "Spy Girls" member Natalie Negrotti on her side, but James Huling has wedged a bit of a wall between them.

Can Bridgette dig herself out of this hole? I know many fans are hoping so!

Below is a list of 10 facts Reality TV World has compiled about Bridgette Dunning:

- Bridgette celebrated a birthday in the Big Brother house on July 15.

- The houseguest's nationalities are Filipino and Caucasian.

- Bridgette considers herself optimistic, energetic, awesome and a bad liar.

- She has a cat named Hercules and was sad to leave him behind for Big Brother.

- The houseguest's motto in life? "Follow your heart."

- In her free time, you could catch Bridgette doing yoga, running, reading sci-fi books, going out with friends, and going to comedy shows.

- She apparently has a boyfriend back home, so even though James Huling likes to flirt, she probably won't be a part of any showmance on Big Brother this season.

- Bridgette really enjoys baking. She makes cookies for her fellow houseguests, and according to her sister, Bridgette's favorite food to make at home is baked tofu.

- She wasn't recruited for Big Brother, meaning she actually applied and sent a video tape in.

- One of her favorite Big Brother players is Johnny Mac, the hilarious dentist, from Season 17.

About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.