Breakout Big Brother stars of the 2010s: Big Brother 20

Former Houseguest Tyler Crispen hosts the Veto Comp "Froggy Style" on BIG BROTHER will be broadcast Sunday, June 30 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) and Tuesday, July 2 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). The first live eviction airs Wednesday, July 3. As of Wednesday, July 10, the show moves to its regular schedule of Wednesdays (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT), Thursdays, featuring the live evictions (9:00-10:00 PM, LIVE ET/Delayed PT) and Sundays (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). Reserved Photo:best possible screengrab//CBS ©2018 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Former Houseguest Tyler Crispen hosts the Veto Comp "Froggy Style" on BIG BROTHER will be broadcast Sunday, June 30 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) and Tuesday, July 2 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). The first live eviction airs Wednesday, July 3. As of Wednesday, July 10, the show moves to its regular schedule of Wednesdays (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT), Thursdays, featuring the live evictions (9:00-10:00 PM, LIVE ET/Delayed PT) and Sundays (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT). Reserved Photo:best possible screengrab//CBS ©2018 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved /
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With the 2010s soon to be in the rearview mirror, we decided to look back at Big Brother seasons of the past decade. Over the next several days, we will look at the most notable breakout player from each season (in our opinion) this decade. This will mean Big Brother 12 to Big Brother 21 with Over the Top and Celebrity versions included.

With the 2010s soon to be in the rearview mirror, we decided to look back at Big Brother seasons of the past decade. Over the next several days, we will look at the most notable breakout player from each season (in our opinion) this decade. This will mean Big Brother 12 to Big Brother 21 with Over the Top and Celebrity versions included.

First up today, we will be examining the breakout star of Big Brother 20. Big Brother 20 is one of the best seasons in recent memory. These houseguests showed us how the game should be played. It was a good side vs. side season. In the end, one player stood out above the rest. That player is Tyler Crispen.

Big Brother 20’s breakout star: Tyler Crispen

Tyler played a very aggressive game in Big Brother 20, orchestrating numerous blindsides. He became a fan favorite during the season for his game. He was also known for his relationship with Angela Rummans, which turned romantic later in the season.

In Big Brother 20, the main twist was the BB App Store. Each week for the first 3 weeks, America would get to vote on the most and least trending houseguests. The most trending houseguest would receive a Power App, which would give them their choice of advantages in the game. The least trending houseguest would receive a Crap App, which would give them their choice of punishments.

Big Brother 20 started off with 16 brand new houseguests moving into the house. They took part in a 3 part Safety Competition. Chris “Swaggy C” Williams defeated Angela in the final round to earn safety. Meanwhile, Samantha “Sam” Bledsoe and Kaycee Clark earned punishments from the competition. In addition to earning his own safety, Swaggy C got to pick half the house to be safe alongside him. He chose Rachel Swindler, Angela “Rockstar” Lantry, Faysal “Fessy” Shafaat, Scottie Salton, Haleigh Broucher, Brett Robinson, and Kaycee Clark to be safe.

The other 8 competed in the first HOH Competition, which Tyler won. Soon after winning HOH, Tyler formed the Level Six alliance with Brett, Rachel, Kaycee, Angela, and Winston Hines. Tyler nominated Steve Arienta and Sam for eviction.

Sam was named the most trending houseguest by America. For her Power App, she chose the bonus life advantage. The advantage gave Sam a chance to return to the game via a competition if she was evicted in the first 3 weeks. If she didn’t get evicted in the first 3 weeks, the 4th person evicted would be given the chance to return.

Fessy won the POV that week and chose not to use it. After figuring out that Swaggy C’s alliance wanted to evict Sam, Tyler used this to his advantage. He got JC Monduix to vote with his side and flipped Kaitlyn Herman’s vote. Steve was evicted 7-6, leaving Swaggy C and his allies blindsided.

In week 2, Kaitlyn won HOH. Tyler was voted the most trending houseguest by America and was awarded the Power App. Tyler chose The Cloud, which allowed him to make himself immune at one nomination or POV ceremony over the course of the next 8 weeks.

Kaitlyn then nominated Scottie and Winston for eviction. Tyler won the POV that week and chose to use it on Scottie. Kaitlyn then named her former ally, Swaggy C the replacement nominee. Swaggy C was blindsided at the live eviction in an 8-4 vote.

Tyler was able to stay safe for the next 3 weeks. In week 3, Tyler was able to blindside Winston in a 6-5 vote after finding out the other side of the house wanted to evict Brett. In week 4, he helped evict Kaitlyn. Kaitlyn lost her chance to re-enter the game when she failed to complete a 6-piece puzzle. In week 5, Tyler won the POV but chose not to use it on either Brett or Rachel. In week 6, Tyler turned the tide on Rachel after finding out the other side of the house wanted to evict Brett again.

Week 6 introduced the H@cker Competition. The winner of the H@cker Competition could replace one of the HOH’s nominations with one of their choosing, select one of three participants chosen for the POV Competition, and could nullify one eviction vote.

In week 6, Angela won HOH and nominated Rockstar and Scottie for eviction. However, Haleigh won the H@cker Competition that week. She chose to remove Scottie from the chopping block and replace him with Tyler. Haleigh also chose to pick Kaycee for the POV Competition and blocked Tyler from voting at the eviction.

During the POV Competition that week, Tyler won a trip to Honolulu, Hawaii but Angela won the POV. Angela used the POV on Tyler and named Bayleigh Dayton the replacement nominee. During the POV ceremony, Tyler staged a fight with Bayleigh to make people think he had enemies. At the live eviction, Bayleigh was evicted 6-1 and became the first member of the jury.

In week 7, Haleigh was HOH and nominated Angela and Kaycee for eviction, with the intention of backdooring Tyler. However, Kaycee won the H@cker Competition that week. She used her power to remove herself from the block and name Rockstar the replacement nominee. She also chose Tyler to compete in the POV Competition and blocked Fessy’s vote.

Tyler won the POV that week and chose to use it on Angela. Haleigh named Kaycee the replacement nominee. At the live eviction, Rockstar was evicted in a 5-1 vote.

In week 8, Fessy won HOH and seemed sure to nominate two members of Tyler’s alliance. However, Tyler’s ally JC managed to convince Fessy that Scottie had turned on him by voting out Rockstar instead of Kaycee. As a result, Fessy nominated Scottie and Brett for eviction. Brett won the POV that week and Kaycee was the replacement nominee. Scottie was evicted 6-0.

Tyler was able to remain safe in week 9 as his showmance, Angela won HOH. During this time, he helped Angela take out Fessy.

In week 10, Scottie defeated Fessy, Rockstar, and Bayleigh in the Battle Back Competition and returned to the game. Tyler won HOH that week and nominated Scottie and Haleigh for eviction. Kaycee won the POV that week and chose not to use it. Scottie was re-evicted in a 5-0 vote.

Week 11 was a double eviction. Tyler was able to stay safe during the front end of the double eviction. During this time, he helped take out Haleigh.

On the back end of the double eviction, Tyler won HOH and nominated JC and Sam for eviction. Brett came to Tyler with a plan to evict Tyler’s showmance Angela, making him a target. Angela won the POV that week and used it to save JC. Brett was named the replacement nominee and evicted 3-0.

Week 12 was also a double eviction Tyler was able to remain safe on the front end of the double. During this time, he helped take out Sam. On the back end, JC won HOH and nominated Angela and Tyler for eviction. Kaycee won POV that round and chose not to use it. With the sole vote to evict that week, Kaycee chose to evict Angela.

At the final 3, Kaycee won the final HOH of the season. Tyler and JC were nominated for eviction by default. Kaycee chose to evict JC, bringing Tyler with her to the final 2. Kaycee defeated Tyler in the final vote, 5-4. Tyler garnered votes from JC, Angela, Brett, and Haleigh. However, all was not lost for Tyler as he won America’s Favorite Player, earning $25,000.

You could have made cases for Angela, JC, Kaycee, Brett, and Haleigh to be the breakout star of Big Brother 20. However, Tyler’s gameplay stood out well above the rest. For that, he earns the nod as our breakout star of Big Brother 20.

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Who is your breakout star of Big Brother 20? Let us know in the comments!