Last night we watched as not one, but two houseguests walking out of the Big Brother 19 house door. We all had a feeling we knew who the first to leave the house was, but we were all left wondering how their closest ally would react to the blindside. Get all the details right here with our latest ‘Big Brother 19’ updates!
The last time we had a Double Eviction there were three nominees but this time around there are just four votes as the season is coming to a close soon!
Big Brother 19 Results – Week 10 First Eviction Votes:
- Alex votes to evict: Kevin
- Raven votes to evict: Jason
- Paul votes to evict: Kevin
- Josh votes to evict: Jason
- It was a tie!
Christmas was the tiebreaker. She had make the decision in front of everyone and announce her vote…..Jason Dent was evicted first.
Jason stormed out of the house and refused to say goodbye to anyone. But instead Alex shouted that it wasn’t her as Jason rushed out. Paul and Josh started a fake fight and Josh took all the blame. This was all part of Paul’s plan to put the eviction on Josh and Christmas to cover himself.
In their goodbye messages Josh revealed Paul’s sneaky game play! Josh told Jason that this was all Paul’s plan and he actually has a F3 with Paul and Christmas. Meanwhile Jason told Big Brother host, Julie Chen that Paul is done. Wow! That could have a huge impact on the Jury!
Once the voting was over and the first evictee was out of the door the HGs had just few minutes to prepare for the next competition and the rush to get through the rest of the Double Eviction’s events.
Big Brother 19 Results – Week 10.5 HoH Comp – “Fake News”:
- Round 1: Everyone gets a point
- Round 2: Raven, Kevin, & Alex get a point
- Round 3: Everyone gets a point
- Round 4: All but Kevin gets a point
- Round 5: Alex & Josh get a point
- Round 6: Everyone gets a point
- Round 7: Everyone gets a point
Alex wins HoH! She was Paul’s big plan. This was good fun for us.
The new Head of Household had just a few moments to decide who should go up on the Block. They usually get a little longer. This was very rushed. But of course, Alex is Alex and doesn’t go after the actual F3 in the house.
- Alex Alex nominated: Kevin & Raven
With only six Houseguests who were left in the game, all of them had to play in the Veto competition. No more hopes of a Backdoor in that situation.
Big Brother 19 Results – Week 10.5 Veto Comp – “Lime Drop”:
HGs had to dig through a pit of lemons to find a “lime” ball then drop it down a distance in to a tube. The balls were large and the tubes were narrow. First HG to get 4 limes in the tube then hit the buzzer wins Veto.
This was close. Alex had a solid lead but then lost it as Raven and Josh caught up before Josh surpassed them for the win.
- Josh won the Veto. And now it was time for his decision, but we already knew he won’t do anything.
Big Brother 19 Results – Week 10.5 Veto Ceremony:
- Josh did not use the Veto.
Houseguests had to head back inside the Diary Room for their second vote of the night. Either Raven or Raven had to leave.
Big Brother 19 Results – Week 10.5 Votes:
- Paul votes to evict: Raven
- Christmas votes to evict: Raven
- That’s enough votes.
- Josh votes to evict: Kevin
Raven Walton was the second to be evicted by 2-1 votes.
Raven sobs on her way out the door then does a cartwheel. Good grief. She told Julie she understands why HGs kept Kevin. Julie more or less told Raven she didn’t have any game herself. Heh. Nicely done.
Julie also reveals next Wednesday we’ll have a bonus eviction show which will be taped on Tuesday, so expect down Feeds those days, then another live eviction show next Thursday.
How do you feel about last night’s Double Eviction results? Did HGs make a right decision for their game as the season gets to a close? Who do you want to see going next and why? Share your opinions in the comment section below.
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