Big Brother 25 Spoilers: Backdoor Target Throws In The Towel

Cameron Hardin on Big Brother 25 - CBS

As another eviction arrives on Big Brother 25 this week’s target has prepared for the worst and set out on Wednesday for his “anti-campaign, farewell tour.” If you want to stay surprised for Thursday’s vote in Week 10 then turn back now, otherwise, let’s get on to the latest Big Brother spoilers!

It’s been a long, winding road on Big Brother for this week’s target, Cameron Hardin. He’s been nominated FIVE times in Weeks 2, 3, 5, 7, and now again in 10. Mercy! But it’s not all bad. Cameron has also won more HOHs than any other Houseguest (Weeks 4, 6, & 9) along with Veto in Weeks 5 and 9. And don’t forget about winning two of the three Zombie duals plus his Zombie Battle Back victory to return to the game. Cameron is by far the most “decorated” competitor of Big Brother 25. With all that in mind, you have to admit he’s a clear top choice for eviction. Again.

The House knows they don’t want to continue to face off against Cameron and it’s hard to blame them. So when the opportunity to vote him out arrived, again, then they gladly took it. Again. I’m thinking this time it’s going to stick and apparently so does Cameron.

Flashback today to 10:28 AM BBT 10/11 to find Cameron talking with America Lopez in the bathroom. There’s a little tension in the air when America decides to put a stop to that. She comes over and hugs Cameron. They joke about never really been opposed to each other and it was never more than game. Cameron also gets in a “this isn’t farewell, but see you soon” jab in there to tease America a little more.

Cameron Hardin talks with America Lopez on Big Brother 25 - CBS
Cameron Hardin talks with America Lopez on Big Brother 25 – CBS

Cameron goes on to admit that this looks to be his farewell apology tour and he wants to go around the house and make good on that. Cameron also takes the time to tell America that he thinks she’s in a really good spot. And even when she inevitably ends up on the Block against Cory it’ll be Cory, not her heading out to Jury.

Cameron also warns America not to sleep on Matt & Jag. He says Matt isn’t the gullible, naive character he presents himself too be. America defends her position with Matt and Jag, though Cameron doesn’t sound convinced. He says he’ll be pulling for her and for that to work out with them.

Being on the eve of his second eviction, Cameron admits that he’s not in any position to be giving Big Brother advice. America remains pretty confident and says she knows what’s really going on (house alliances and divisions) and what needs to be done (presumably splitting up Matt & Jag) to make it to the end.

Meanwhile, over in the Comic room, Bowie is telling Matt, Felicia, and Cirie how Cameron was fishing for details from her earlier saying that he knew he was going so she could spill the beans on what had really happened. Bowie said she wasn’t falling for that trap and knew he’d like use those words against her and others before he was out the door. I’m guessing Cameron might enjoy causing a little chaos if he could but at this point he’s resigned to his fate.

But you know, being the first Juror maybe isn’t that bad either. You get an entire week of silence of solitude before the next Juror crashes your party of one. I imagine Cameron will enjoy that rest!

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