Jag Bains was crowned our very first invisible Head of Household of Big Brother season 25. Initially, the contestant was going to opt to put Blue Kim on the block. But once she won the second Golden Power of Veto, he immediately had to switch gears, throwing him into a week where he got a lot of unnecessary blood on his hands.
Now, Jag has his very own closest allies, America Lopez and Cory Wurtenberger, on the block, a betrayal that no one saw coming. The consequences Jag will receive remains to be seen, as it solely depends on who goes home tonight. Will it be America? Or will it be Cory?
Here’s what we know so far!
Cory Wurtenberger’s luck may have finally run out on Big Brother!
All signs are pointing to Cory Wurtenberger going home tonight and for good reason.
As it stands now, Cory is a threat to every single houseguest in the house, as he is more than likely to strategize his way to the final two and win. What’s more, he positioned himself in a way that would allow both him and his showmance, America, to skate by with little to no effort. A competitor like that is far too strong for anyone to keep. Still, his game may not be over just yet, especially since America Lopez is still in the game.
America Lopez’s proximity to Cory proved to be a grave hindrance to her game since she wasn’t able to make a lot of great connections with the other contestants in the house. Her attitude towards her showmance going home didn’t really bode well with others, meaning if she manages to escape eviction this week, unless she wins Head of Household, she’s likely going home next week.
Anything’s possible in this game, so be sure to head over to CBS tonight, Oct. 19, at 9:20 p.m. ET to find out if Cory Wurtenberger or America Lopez will go home tonight.