Last night on Big Brother 14 we moved one step closer to next week’s finale when the first part of the three round final Head of Household competition was held. Two more rounds of this multi-stage battle lay ahead. Here’s a walk through of what to expect.
The first round, which you can rewatch on the Live Feeds Flashback, was held last night after the live eviction show ended with a shocking blindside. Well, we weren’t blindsided and neither were you if you had read my preview article. Last night’s endurance competition was pretty mild and ended with one HG being talked in to dropping out. I’m not kidding. Production should just go ahead and write the check.
Next up will be the second round which is typically a physical challenge. Last season the second round was held on Saturday, so I’d expect it to be this weekend this season as well. The winner from last night’s first round will sit out the second round. The other two HGs will fight it out for a chance to move on and join the winner of the first round in the third and final competition.
The third round will take place live on Wednesday’s 90-minute finale show. The winner in the third competition will then cast the final eviction of the season to determine the Big Brother 14 Final 2 HGs.
Now that we know who won part 1 last night, who do you think has the best chance in the next competition if it’s a physical battle like we’re expecting? Either way, I’m pretty sure we all know which HG is heading to the F2 no matter how the rest of this plays out.
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