The second to last competition of the season took place, giving us who is going to be competing on finale night for the chance to choose who they take to the final two with them. Since this was the last competition until then, that means that game talk will begin to really slow down as the houseguests already know internally who they’re going to take if they end up winning that final competition.
We’ve finally made it to the second to last competition of the season and it was another very consequential one, as it decides exactly which two will compete for a spot in the final two.
Since Paul won the first round, that meant that he automatically advanced to the third round to compete for the chance to choose who he takes to the final two with him. Being that Christmas and Josh both lost, the duo was to face off in today’s competition to be the person who goes up against Paul in that final competition. The loser of today’s competition was completely at the mercy of whomever won the final competition.
As the season comes to an end, we’re seeing less and less game talk, with yesterday being the lowest amount we’ve seen of the season. Since there is only a few days left until the final at this point, it all just comes down to who wins the final HOH competitions and who that person would take with them to the final two.
Now that we’re down to the final three, there is only three competitions left, with each of them being Head of Household competitions.
How the final three works is that there is three Head of Household competitions total, with the final being held during the live finale. The winner of the first round will instantly ensure their spot in the third round. The two losers of the first round will compete in the second to try to secure the last spot in the third round. The loser of the second round is completely at the mercy of the winner of the third. The winner of the third round decides who he or she will take to the final two with them.
The Big Brother 19 season is coming to a close and we’re finally down to the last Thursday eviction of the summer, which will bring us down to the final three!
Tonight’s eviction will be the most consequential of the summer, as it will determine which people are in the final three and who will be competing in the three-part final Head of Household competitions that result in the winner getting to choose who comes to the final two with them. Paul won both the Head of Household and POV competition, securing his spot in the final three and giving him a lot of say on who ends up with him in the final three.