A new Head of Household was crowned last night for Big Brother 17 after an crazy Double Eviction sent two more HGs off to Jury and left us with just six players, one of which is now in charge and guaranteed a spot in the F5 this season.
The live show left us without a reigning HoH but that was soon resolved on the Live Feeds when we learned the results of who won the late night competition. Ready to see who will be calling the shots this week? Read on for the latest Big Brother spoilers.
Big Brother 17 Week 11 HoH Competition:
Last night on Big Brother 17 the Double Eviction arrived and was ready to send two players to the Jury house with a crash course of chaos headed for the house within an hour of competitions and eliminations.
We started out the night with eight Houseguests but by the time things are over only six remained and the choices made would shape the rest of the season as one side considered to be whittled away as the other grew stronger each round.
Big Brother delivered a surprise for the BB17 Houseguests with a new toy to keep them busy on Wednesday afternoon. That toy was a rough draft of an upcoming competition, presumably an HoH comp for after tonight’s Double Eviction.
Update: This turned out to be the Veto comp in tonight’s DE. Interesting!
All of the HGs were encouraged to participate in the practice rounds, including Vanessa, the current HoH. That should be a good bit of a tip off about the upcoming DE, but the HGs can’t be sure of anything until Big Brother tells them it’s happening.
A Double Eviction awaits the Houseguests tonight on Big Brother 17 but before we can get to all the craziness we’ll have to watch and see if it’ll be Julia or Meg who gets evicted during the night’s first elimination.
Overnight we watched John and Steve debate the vote as they had the option to flip that left us thinking there might be a slim chance of betrayal tonight. Don’t hold your breath though.
Overnight we watched as Steve and Johnny Mac continued their debate in to the possibility of a vote flip against the Austwins to keep Meg in what could end up a big blindside if they pull it off.
With five votes out there and James solidly supporting Meg it’d take just two votes to change the plan and send out Julia, but above that it’d take some serious betrayals and a shift in the game for John and Steve in the final weeks of the season.
Tonight on Big Brother 17 the second Double Eviction event of the season arrives and the Houseguests may be caught off guard by the surprise arrival of another whirlwind night.
Houseguests know another DE can’t be far off, but most are thinking it’ll happen next week instead. Combo that with the murmurs of a flipped vote tonight and we could be in for a very exciting show.