Big Brother 20 Week 2 eviction prediction, who is going home?

Kaitlyn Herman would like to be on another Big Brother cast (Kaitlyn Herman Photo: Best Possible Screengrab/CBS)
Kaitlyn Herman would like to be on another Big Brother cast (Kaitlyn Herman Photo: Best Possible Screengrab/CBS) /
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Big Brother 20 wraps up another week on CBS during the July 12 episode. A second member of the BB20 cast is about to get evicted. But who is going home next?

These Big Brother 20 Week 2 eviction predictions come during the reign of Kaitlyn Herman. As CBS viewers found out during the July 11 episode on Wednesday night, she has her sights set on getting Swaggy C out of the house as soon as possible. But does she have the votes to get it done?

An alliance with Level Six appears to be a very strong game-move for Kaitlyn. Despite the possibility that Tyler Crispen is actually running things in the BB20 house, Kaitlyn has made a very bold move in the game. The risk, though, is that she could wind up alone if her former alliance members get picked off one-by-one by her new alliance.

Counting the votes

The five not-nominated members of the Level Six alliance are expected to vote against Swaggy C during the July 12 Eviction Ceremony. That’s Angela Rummons, Brett Robinson, Kaycee Clark, Rachel Swindler, and Tyler Crispen. Winston Hines is the sixth member, but he is on the block next to Swaggy C.

On the other side of the BB20 house, Bayleigh Dayton, Faysal Shafaat, Haleigh Broucher, Rockstar (Angie Lantry), and Scottie Salton still support Swaggy C. They would prefer to vote out Winston at the Week 2 Eviction Ceremony, but they would need some help.

In the middle are JC Mounduix and Samantha Bledsoe. JC and Sam are pretty close with the members of the Level Six alliance, and even more so with Tyler. As such, they are expected to vote against Swaggy C on Thursday night.

Big Brother 20 Week 2 eviction prediction

Who goes home next on Big Brother? The most likely result at the Big Brother 20 Week 2 Eviction Ceremony is a 7-5 vote to send Swaggy C out the front door. It’s also possible, though, that some people from his former alliance decide to vote against him. An argument can be made for voting with the house in an instance like this. It means that the vote could be worse than 7-5 in the end.

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The July 12 episode of Big Brother 20 gets started at 9/8c on CBS.