It’s been a long season, but we’ve finally made it to finale night. The winner of Big Brother 19 will be crowned, along with the reveal of who won America’s Favorite Houseguest!
Christmas, Josh, and Paul have been working together for well over a month now, but that is all coming to a head tonight as Josh and Paul face off in the final Head of Household competition of the summer. The winner of that competition got to decide who they were going to take with them to the final two.
It’s been a long summer, but we have finally made it. This is the last daily recap for Big Brother 19. Sadly, there wasn’t any game talk at all between two separate houseguests, but we did get some news as to who Josh is taking to the final two. It’s been an amazing summer and want to thank everyone so much for visiting the site daily for our recaps! We will be back for Big Brother: Celebrity Edition!
We’re hardly more than 24 hours away from the Big Brother 19 finale, which means that one of the three houseguests left will soon be $500,000 richer!
Christmas, Josh, and Paul have lasted over 90 days in the house now all for the moment coming Wednesday night. Since Paul and Josh won round one and round two of the Head of Household competitions this week, they’ll be the ones competing during the live finale while Christmas is forced to sit out. The winner will get to choose who they take to the final two with him.
We’re now less than 48 hours away from the finale of Big Brother 19, which means that game talk is wrapping up along with the season. Christmas, Josh, and Paul have been virtually inseparable since Thursday’s finale, so the only game talk we’re getting is when one is in the DR or taking a shower.
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.