Big Brother 19 Eviction Prediction: Who Is Going Home Week 6?

If there were any doubts about over who was going home this week on Big Brother 19, well Tuesday afternoon wiped that out. We went from “can Josh pull this off” to “can they just vote now?” It’s settled.

Big Brother 19 Week 6's final nominees

Jessica is up on the Block and that’s all you need. Her competition for votes consists of Raven and Elena, but I’d be surprised if there’s more than one vote that doesn’t go Jessica’s way.

Cody plans to vote against Raven and that could be it. At this point Mark will probably just roll with the majority so Cody won’t get any back up there. As for Josh’s preferred target, Elena, well she should get out nice and clean this week.

There are seven more votes and if Mark joins the group then all seven are heading against Jessica. Jason had toyed with voting against Raven just to throw a hinky vote, but Paul said absolutely not. If Jason did that then there’d only need to be two more “oops” votes and Josh would have a choice on his hands. But even then I doubt Josh would opt to keep Jessica in the game.

He had been angling for that to happen then the big Tuesday afternoon fights broke out and that sank Jessica’s chances. It also sank Cody’s chances of getting Kevin’s help is getting his side to lay off the showmance-solo.

Watch for Jessica to leave tonight 7-1 and Cody to face stiff odds, but he’s a competitor and a win by him sure would deliver some exciting Live Feeds for the next week, right?

Join us back tonight at 9/8c to find out, but while we wait share your thoughts on what you expect.


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