Big Brother 20: Counting The Votes In Week 3 [POLL]

Kaitlyn counting votes on Big Brother 20

Eleven votes are coming our way Thursday night for “Big Brother 20” and we’re ready to count them down to find out who will be evicted this week from the Big Brother house.

No chance for a tie-breaker this week and that’s going to benefit L6 with two of their members on the Block after Scottie sent Winston and Brett to the danger zone and secured the Veto himself to keep them both there. It’ll come down to the house’s decision.

Scottie wants Brett gone and so does Kaitlyn. She wasn’t pleased with the Bros pitch for Scottie to BD her with his Veto power and she set the blame on Brett for that one. Her laser focus on Brett could also be in part because she feels Brett mocked her “visions” or “hits” or whatever she calls a bird that she believes to be a deceased relative. I guess I wouldn’t get her vote to stay either. Either way, Scottie and Kaitlyn are likely to be disappointed.

Votes against Brett will include Kaitlyn, Haleigh, Faysal, Angie, and Bayleigh. JC has dodged their questioning over his vote and Tyler is still playing the middle of the field. The VTE-Brett group thinks they’ve got enough votes though and are already planning ahead like Winston will be staying.

Voting to keep Brett will be L6, sorry Winston, plus JC and Sam, the alliance’s trusty tagalongs. Since Winston and Brett are both on the Block they obviously won’t be voting, but the rest of L6 voting wants to keep the more collected of the Bros and they feel Brett is the way to go on that front. JC and Sam agreed to keep Brett as well. Altogether that’s our six votes to evict Winston and five votes to evict Brett.

There’s still time for things to change, but for now it looks like Winston will be evicted over Brett in a 6-5 decision leaving the old FOUTTE group in their third straight week of eviction disappointments. And if you’re wondering, nope, Sam is not planning to use her power this week. It seems risky to roll the dice on an unknown next week, but it seems her plan is to say that she didn’t use it, the game forced it in the fourth week.

Vote in our eviction prediction poll below and share your thoughts on who is more likely to go. Will anyone flip or do you think this decision is set?


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