Tonight’s Final 4 Eviction Results on Big Brother 19

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Big Brother 19 is coming to a close and we’re finally down to the last Thursday eviction of the summer, which will bring us down to the final three!

Now with Paul Abrahamian as the HoH with a secured spot in the F3 the other three HGs will be competing for the same privilege.

We’ll be playing catch up in tonight’s show with the nominations and Power of Veto competition but once we’re through that we’ll pick up with the live Veto Ceremony rolling in to the sole vote of the night.

By the end of the show we’ll have our F3 as the HGs prepare for tonight’s Round 1 of the Final HoH. Sadly I doubt we’ll get to watch any of that action after being denied the annual event but we’ll have those spoilers as soon as it’s revealed on the Feeds.

But first, let’s get to tonight’s events with the nominations, Veto comp, ceremony, and eviction vote. We’ll be doing our live recap starting at 9PM ET so stick with us for all the results right here.

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 11.5 Nominations:

  • Paul nominates: Josh & Kevin
  • Nominations are set, but the real power to control the sole vote this week comes with the Veto medallion.

Before the Veto Comp it’s time to take a trip to the Jury house. Cody is still Cody and doesn’t like anything and refuses to participate in basic discussions. Matthew gets a cold welcome. Jurors are shocked by Jason’s naivety. Jason is still blaming Alex for his eviction, but Julie says Raven will cure him of that thought.

Raven shows up and starts telling all the Jurors that she was the season’s puppet master. They’re laughing to her face. She goes on that she and Matthew had the one true alliance with Paul. They laugh even more at her. Yeah, such a good alliance that they’re both in Jury? Gotcha.

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 11.5 Veto Comp:

The competition is a time machine theme and HGs have to set the right day of events using wheels to turn the Big Brother Day counter. Last in each round loses a point. After losing 3 points the HG is eliminated.

  • Round 1: Christmas was last
  • Round 2: Kevin was last
  • Round 3: Kevin was last
  • Round 4: Kevin was last & eliminated
  • Round 5: Christmas was last
  • Round 6: Christmas was last & eliminated
  • Round 7: Josh is last
  • Round 8: Josh is last
  • Round 9: Josh is last & eliminated
  • Paul wins the final Power of Veto of the season.

The earlier events were all held during the Feeds blackout over the past few days but now we’re up to the live portion of tonight’s eviction show. Time to see who is heading off to Jury next.

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 11.5 Veto Ceremony:

  • Paul did not use the Veto.
  • Final noms stay as Josh & Kevin

Big Brother 19 Results – Week 11.5 Eviction:

  • Christmas votes to evict: Kevin

Out on stage Kevin tells Julie that Paul was his closest ally, but he’s not upset that Paul didn’t use the Veto to save him. In Paul’s goodbye message he tells Kevin that if he’s seeing this then Christmas went rogue (not true). In Josh’s g’bye message he blows up Paul’s lie by telling Kevin they had a F3 alliance and Kevin was all their targets. Oops!

Big Brother 19 Final 3:

  • Christmas Abbott
  • Josh Martinez
  • Paul Abrahamian

Big Brother is almost over for the season but we’ve still got two more episodes with Friday at 8/7c and then the season finale on Wednesday (Sept 20th) at 8/7c for the two-hour event. Keep in mind there will be no Sunday episode this weekend due to the Emmy Awards so we’ll probably be getting the memory lane episode on Friday instead. Wonderful.

What do you think of tonight’s Big Brother 19 results? Was the right Houseguest evicted from the F4? Who do you think is going to end up winning it all? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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