After being nominated for eviction by Diane Henry, the fourth Head of Household, Scott Long was evicted last night from the Big Brother 5 house by his fellow houseguests.

On Tuesday, Jase Wiley won the Power of Veto and took himself off the block. Diane then chose to put Marvin Latimer on the block in Jase’s place.

Scott received four votes for eviction from houseguests Jennifer Dedmon, Karen O’Neil Ganci, Adria Klein (who had previously played the game as "Adria Okins") and Will Wikle. Drew Daniel, Michael Ellis, and Jase voted to keep the fourth member of "The Four Horseman" in the house. Diane was ineligible to vote as Head of Household unless there was a tie.

During last night's live broadcast, the sales representative from Pittsburgh, PA, learned his fate, said his good-byes and left the house. After leaving the Big Brother 5 house, a shocked Scott, who'd expected that Marvin would be leaving the house, was interviewed by Julie Chen about his experience.

After five weeks of switching, twins Adria and Natalie both finally get to play Big Brother together
After the eviction, Julie revealed the twin twist to the houseguests Adria has been switching places every three days with her twin sister, Natalie Carroll. Julie then announced that Natalie will now join the game as an individual player competing for the $500,000.

The houseguests, including Natalie, then competed in a competition called "Home Is Where The Answer Is" to see who would become the next Head of Household. Jennifer (aka Nakomis), the 21-year-old single restaurant hostess from San Antonio, TX, won the coveted position.

Big Brother 5 is broadcast three nights a week on Tuesdays, (9-10PM ET/PT), Thursdays (8-9PM ET/PT) and Saturdays, (9-10 PM ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Each Thursday, the HouseGuests compete to become Head of Household.

The perks of the Head of Household position include having a luxurious private bedroom stocked with favorite foods and use of the new plasma screen to spy on the other houseguests, but it also includes the responsibility of having to nominate two fellow housemates for eviction. However, one of the nominees can be saved from the chopping block if they or another housemate wins the Power of Veto competition and chooses to save one of the nominees while giving themselves immunity from nomination. If they choose to use the veto, the Head of Household must immediately choose another nominee.