Get ready because we’re due for a classic Big Brother double eviction later tonight!
The numbers are dwindling, meaning there’s only so many blindsides left. Still, with this cast, secrets and backstabbings are extremely common, meaning we’re bound to see some feelings hurt and alliances broken in just a few more hours. And, since surviving the first of the two evictions is only half the work, the remaining houseguests will definitely be scrambling to make sure they’re not the ones in the hot seat.
Who will survive tonight’s double eviction? And what are the consequences in store for the one Head of Household who has the power to change the nature of the game forever? All this and more you will see tonight. But first, here’s who’s likely to go home first!
Warning: Potential Big Brother spoilers are ahead!
Blue Kim may be the first to leave of the double eviction!
Blue going home was the initial plan last week, but when she won the second Golden Power of Veto, the invisible HOH (Jag, again) was left with no choice but to take a shot at Cory Wurtenberger instead. This time, however, Jag’s making sure he doesn’t miss the opportunity to take out someone who might as well be a rogue player.
With no allies left in the house, Blue is in no-man’s-land, so she’s going to need some huge miracle to avoid going home tonight. If not, well, we can bid a farewell to yet another player with tons of potential.
The second evictee could be anyone!
Naturally, who the second evictee will be depends on the Head of Household. However, there are some people that are in a tricky spot, no matter who wins. For example, Jag Bains.
Since Jag won Head of Household this week, he cannot compete for the title in tonight’s competition, which puts him in a bad spot. What’s more, this contestant got a lot of blood on his hands in the past weeks, making him even more of a huge target.
But, above all, Jag’s biggest mistake was winning tons of competitions back to back. A comp beast this late in the game is often the next to go. And even if he wins the Veto to escape the double eviction, the houseguests may still target him the next week for being so good at competitions.
In addition to Jag, Cirie Fields and Felicia Cannon may be in trouble, especially after the two tanked their social game by revealing too many secrets. The only way for either of them to guarantee safety is by winning. If they don’t, they may be sitting next to one another on the block.
Of course, the only way to find out who’s going home after the first evictee is by tuning in to every second!
Don’t forget to catch this juicy episode of Big Brother season 25 tonight, Oct. 26, at 9:00 p.m. ET on CBS!