Tonight on ‘Big Brother 19’ we watched another houseguest, Mark Jansen walking out of the Big Brother house to meet Julie Chen on stage. But once the live eviction was over, the remaining HGs were seen heading to the backyard for their week 8 Head Of Household competition! Well, it’s an endurance comp and didn’t finish on the live show, so here we have the HoH comp results from our Big Brother 19 spoilers! Keep reading to find out details of this comp!.
This week’s HOH comp was called ‘Everyone’s a Weiner’ and HGs were all standing in Hot Dog buns. They had to move around and the object of this HOH comp was simple. If you fall out of your bun, you are eliminated and the last person in their bun wins this week’s HOH.
Kevin was the first to fall right after the feeds returned. Everyone was making fun of him and joking that he is going to get his butt kicked later. Matt was the second one to fall out of his bun followed by Josh. While Paul, Jason, Alex and Raven were still standing. But Raven started pleading for them to let her win so that she can get a letter from her mom. No one seemed to care about what she wanted. Later Paul was down with Raven falling him and the fight was between Alex and Jason over who was going to win week 9 HoH comp.
Well Alex dropped off by choice after sealing a deal with Jason. She told Jason that she wants to be safe, she wants a jury vote from him if she makes it to the end and she wants to be picked to play in Veto if he gets HGs Choice. So Jason Dent is the new Head Of Household!
Nominations should be coming up on Friday already and looks like Matthew & Raven will be going up. so get ready for those spoilers soon, then Power of Veto comp will be held on Saturday. It’ll be a very busy weekend!
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