Big Brother 20 spoilers: Live feeds provide more insight on eviction vote

Big Brother 20 spoilers: Live feeds provide more insight on eviction vote. (Memory Board Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS)
Big Brother 20 spoilers: Live feeds provide more insight on eviction vote. (Memory Board Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS) /
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Big Brother 20 spoilers from the live feeds point to an interesting scenario during the eviction vote. It’s entirely possible that the vote becomes unanimous. At the same time, it’s also possible for a tie to take place.

There has been a lot of back-and-forth between the houseguests about who to evict on Thursday night (July 26). Those conversations have been taking place since Sam Bledsoe made her nominations this week. They have continued through Thursday morning on the CBS live feeds, possibly leading to a very exciting episode. The latest Big Brother 20 spoilers come directly from the Level Six alliance, as they try to figure out how to manipulate the house this week.

Tyler Crispen outed by Sam Bledsoe?

On Wednesday (July 25), Tyler Crispen was trying to convince Sam (the current HOH) that Rockstar is a threat to her. He stated that Rockstar was going to come after her, which is why they needed to work to save Kaitlyn Herman from getting evicted. Sam ended up calling out Tyler, not believing the story that he was telling her. This might just be enough to convince Tyler not to save Kaitlyn, but he hasn’t made his final decision just yet.

The new Big Brother 20 spoilers from live feeds

Angela Rummons was speaking to Rachel Swindler and Brett Robinson when she stated that she didn’t feel Rockstar would go after any girls if she remained in the game. It continued a trend of the Level Six alliance fearing what Rockstar might do later this season, despite her never having had success in the challenges. Angela also noted that even if they supported keeping Kaitlyn, that Kaitlyn would believe whatever she wanted, and not necessarily side with them later.

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Meanwhile, Brett is nervous about a unanimous vote, stating, again, that Rockstar will come after them if the vote goes that way. He doesn’t explain why he has reached that conclusion. The debate between the remaining members of the Level Six alliance continued, with Kaycee Clark stating that Rockstar could serve as a great pawn in the future, and Brett talking about how easy it would be to manipulate Kaitlyn if she remained in the BB20 house.

Later, Brett and Kaycee began saying that Kaitlyn needs to go home now, as she is a stronger competitor than Rockstar. Part of the agreement that the Level Six came to, was that they were going to tell Bayleigh Dayton that it is a unanimous decision to evict Kaitlyn. So, even if the Level Six people vote against Rockstar, that the BB20 house is split. The plan after that would be to turn Kaitlyn against her former alliance, using Sam as the HOH to break a voting tie.

Big Brother 20 spoilers: Rachel Swindler drops Level Six?

Something very interesting happened on the CBS live feeds in the early-morning hours of July 26. Rachel Swindler went to talk with Faysal Shafaat and promised to be the sixth vote to evict Kaitlyn Herman. That group of voters would be JC Mounduix, Bayleigh, Haleigh Broucher, Scottie Salton, Faysal, and Rachel. It would be enough votes to save Rockstar, but it also comes with an asterisk. Is Rachel just doing this because she is following the Level Six plan and needed to lie to Faysal? Or was she being honest that it is time to send Kaitlyn packing?

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As it stands, Kaitlyn Herman is going to get evicted on July 26. That is the big takeaway from these latest live feeds Big Brother 20 spoilers. If it’s a 6-4 vote, then Sam Bledsoe won’t even need to act. If it’s a 5-5 vote, Sam might just make sure Kaitlyn is going out the front door anyway. With another night’s sleep between these decisions and the July 26 eviction vote, it’s also possible that the houseguests change their minds again. That could lead to even more Big Brother 20 spoilers coming out right before the “live” vote. Stay tuned fans. It’s going to be a bumpy ride.