There is now less than a week until the finale of Big Brother 19, which means that the majority of real game talk will be wrapping up, as each of the houseguests are mainly going to be telling what the person they’re talking to wants to hear in hopes of securing their spot in the final two in case they don’t win out when it comes to the last 3-part HOH competition.
The feeds finally returned after being down for more than 24 hours while an eviction was taped, a head of household was played, nominations were made, and the veto competition was played. All of the leaks over the last 24 hours were confirmed and we also found out who the likely evictee for Thursday will be, as well as who Paul is planning on taking to the final two with him.
Paul has controlled the house for virtually the entire summer and now it all comes down to deciding who he believes he has the best chance of winning it all against.
While it’s likely that Paul could beat anyone in the house left in the final two, it’s possible that taking a certain someone is a lot more risking than taking the other two, as there is a chance for bitter jurors and the possibility that said person could win the final HOH and completely hold Paul’s fate in his hands.
Tonight’s eviction will take us down to the final three, meaning that the houseguest who casts the sole vote to evict must choose who they believe who betters their chance of winning it all!
We found out yesterday that Paul won Head of Household, nominated Josh and Kevin, then went on to win the Power of Veto as well, securing that he controls virtually everything this week. However, the phone thing that he doesn’t have total control over is the eviction itself, as there will only be one vote to evict this week.
Since we’re down to the final four, there will only be one person casting a vote to evict this week, making this Power of Veto the most important competition of the summer so far!
There is less than a week until finale now now, which officially means we’re on the home stretch and the summer is finally coming to a close. This is also the last veto competition of the summer, as we’ll be down to the final three, which only involves a 3-part HOH competition. Not only will the winner of this veto be secured a spot in the final three, but they’ll also single-handedly decide who they take to the final three with them.