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‘Big Brother 19’ Spoilers: Who Was Voted Out Last Night In The Double Eviction?

Buckle up! The Big Brother 19 Double Eviction arrived and we’ve got last night’s results on who was voted out in the first and second round eliminations. It was a high stakes night in a fast paced series of events so read on for the results from our coverage of the show.

If you’re not familiar with a Double Eviction then get ready for a week’s worth of Big Brother events wrapped up in less than an hour. These are exciting, action packed nights. We’ll kick things off with the first eviction then race to a new HoH, nominations, a Veto comp, ceremony, and then the second elimination vote of the night. Get ready!

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Cody, Elena, and Matthew face off here for the seven votes to decide which of them will become the first Juror of the BB19 season.

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 7 Votes:

  • Paul votes to evict: Cody
  • Mark votes to evict: Cody
  • Kevin votes to evict: Cody
  • Josh votes to evict: Cody
  • That’s enough votes.
  • Raven votes to evict: Cody
  • Jason votes to evict: Cody
  • Christmas votes to evict: Cody

By a vote of 7-0-0, Cody Nickson has been evicted from Big Brother 19. Cody walks over the coffee table to quickly exit the game. Julie asks if Cody plans to marry Jessica and he says he does.

Gallery: DE’s First Eviction

This competition will be like the shuffleboard practice the HGs had yesterday in the backyard but this time it’s set up as a duel.

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 7.5 HoH Comp – “Let It Slide”:

  • Round 1: Matthew vs Josh – Matthew eliminated
  • Round 2: Mark vs Elena – Elena eliminated
  • Round 3: Christmas vs Josh – Josh eliminated
  • Round 4: Mark vs Raven – Raven eliminated
  • Round 5: Kevin vs Christmas – Kevin eliminated
  • Round 6: Mark vs Jason – Mark eliminated
  • Round 7: Christmas vs Paul – Paul eliminated
  • Round 8: Christmas vs Jason – Christmas eliminated

Jason Dent wins HoH!

Gallery: DE HoH Competition

The new Head of Household will have just a few minutes to decide who should go up on the Block. The HGs go back inside and Jason is quickly freaking out. He tries to pull Mark in to the Lounge but everyone follows them in. Jason tells Mark he’ll be okay. Is Jason going to make a big move? I’d be shocked.

Nope, no big move from Jason. He gives a long, meandering speech that doesn’t mean much of anything. Jason says he can’t trust Mark and has no beef with Elena. Then he says he doesn’t have a target and wants the house to decide.

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 7.5 Nominations:

  • Jason nominates: Mark & Elena

Six players will compete for the Veto to change the noms or keep them locked in. Random draw selected Raven, Josh, and Matthew to play along with Jason, Mark, and Elena.

HGs have to finish 3 puzzles first and race back to hit their buzzer to win the Power of Veto tonight.

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 7.5 Veto Comp – “Kenya Solve It”:

  • Mark wins Veto!

Gallery: DE Veto Comp

Mark barely beat out Jason in the comp while most of the other HGs are far behind them. Mark is sniffling after the comp, but Elena tells him it’s okay. If/when he saves himself Elena will be going out the door.

Time to decide who will be the final noms in the Double Eviction.

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 7.5 Veto Ceremony:

  • Mark saves himself
  • Jason renoms Matthew

Houseguests will head back inside the Diary Room for their second vote of the night.

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 7.5 Votes:

  • Raven votes to evict: Elena
  • Alex votes to evict: Elena
  • Mark votes to evict: Matthew
  • Josh votes to evict: Elena
  • Paul votes to evict: Elena
  • That’s enough votes.
  • Christmas votes to evict: Elena
  • Kevin votes to evict: Elena

By a vote of 6-1, Elena Davies has been evicted from Big Brother.

Gallery: DE’s Second Eviction

Two Houseguests have joined the Jury tonight leaving the house a little lighter.

Don’t forget we’ve got a special Friday bonus episode of Big Brother, featuring a visit from BB16’s winner Derrick Levasseur, coming up tomorrow night at 8/7c on CBS and streaming live on All Access. Once that show is over on the west coast we’ll get the return of the Feeds, so until then we’ll be anxiously waiting for more news and results.

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View Comments (1413)

  • This entire season has been a complete waste of time! I've watched every single season of Big Brother, but this just may be the last!
    I'm SO sick of seeing a Returning House Guest, especially one that made it all the way to Final Two!! If it were one of the MANY first and second evictees, at least those would still be people we'd have to get to know...
    This Season has been run by Paul since Day #1! Cameron, a "Super Fan", finally gets his wish to BE on Big Brother, only to be Evicted on his very first day, thanks to a "twist" to bring back Paul....
    Paul did make it to Final Two last Year, LOSING to another former House Guest, Nicole!
    Most of the fun for fans of Big Brother IS getting to know Players. Guessing who may have a shot due to physical strength, others for their social Game.
    This Season, I still barely know the majority of those remaining!!! I actually thought Raven and Elana were the same person, and thought Alex and Christmas would be major "Players". Instead, all mentioned are doing whatever Paul tells them, "because he has experience", which Christmas DID say while defending Paul's said to be constant reminder phrase, "I've spent 130 days in here"! WE KNOW!!!
    Cody and Jessica were not my "Favorite Players" , but at least they WERE playing THEIR own game!!
    A lot of wasted time for ME, and I do believe, for Many!

  • From day 1, I liked Kevin to win simply because he was a breath of fresh air. Over time I want Kevin or Mark to win. Kevin has the best social game (esp without stomping on someone to rise up, which is a sign you aren't good to begin with) and Mark with his blatant ability to float (which is actually the best strategy in BB to be flexible and realign in your best interest until your axed). Everyone else is really crap. I do not like returning vets. Each new season is a Clean slate, that it feels like a brand new yet recurring show. BB is so good you don't need to capitalize on old house guest to get ratings or create storylines. Returning house guest are great for an all vets cast, as they know how to manipulate each other, the audience and production (so level playing field). Paul acting like BB Teacher kills the game. The natural spontaneous reactions are lost to pre meditative madness. BB allowed Paul to control the show and thereby them.

    Mark and Kevin,I hope either wins. Those are my teams. I think Cody and Jess looks good together but I fear she might break his heart when reality sets. I loved the way Cody played, because I thought finally the show is setting the tone for no more "what the house wants" nonsense and risk takers on board. Unfortunately, he was the only risk taker....so for that I hope he win America Fav Person award.

  • Wow Jason rats out Mark (What a pussy), then Paul calls Mark out at the table and he just sits there and takes it. The others just join in and go after Mark. It's like a train of Paul kiss-asses. I've never seen a season where the house was filled with cowards and weasels. The weekly house enemy is whoever Paul chooses. The house had one man this year and he was voted out this week. BB casting department needs to clean house. All you need for a great show is new faces and regular game play not a phony three weeks of safety for a loser character rehashed from a previous season.

  • Worst cast ever. I never saw a cast who doesn't play the game. Paul is the puppet master and they do and say whatever he wants. Do any of them realize they are giving him the 500,000. This season has to be the worst and I've watched each and every one.

  • I cannot stand that immature annoying meatball Josh. he calls Cody and mark a crybaby he's one to talk.

  • Cody helped solidify Paul's side of the house and Jessica could not control him. Then, Jessica started picking fights.
    So, it's been easy for one side and a bunch of floaters to string along. Then, Christmas broke her foot. You have to win competitions to do anything in the house. Many of these HGs can't really compete. However, I still think someone will step up to try and make a big move. Maybe it's Mark.
    BB is never over until it's over, but the big dog and his mistress are gone!!

  • Who do you want to win now? It appears that Paul has a clear path to the finish. The house is controlled by him and his weak minions that will continue to do his bidding. I don't enjoy Paul's game play, it's hard to watch Mark have to endure their bullying with all that joy and delight on their faces.

  • Christmas nominated: Matt & Jason

    Christmas was joking with Raven about telling Matthew she didn’t like him and that Jason was guilty by association. What I assume is happening here is that Mark is the target so Christmas is using Matthew & Jason as her pawns.

    Sure seems like Paul has a clear path to the finish. Very disappointing indeed.

  • Julie's hair and wardrobe (and maybe even make-up) looked better on this live show compared to others this season.

    I just wish she would stop saying "house guess". It should be "house guests".

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