Big Brother continued on Sunday night with an important HoH competition that would see the Cookout alliance question Tiffany’s loyalty after things did not go to plan.
The episode kicks off with the HoH competition. Houseguests must stand on small discs which were suspended in the air and began to spin. The last houseguest standing will become the new HoH. Claire took part in the challenge but must throw it as she cannot be crowned HoH this week due to her being the secret HoH last week. Host Julie Chen Moonves also revealed that the first three houseguests to drop would automatically become have nots for the week.
Derek and Alyssa fell within minutes, meaning they would be Have-nots and so would Claire since she threw the competition next. Prior to the HoH competition, the plan was for Kyland to win and put up Claire this week but Tiffany had other plans. She wanted to do everything in her power to keep Claire in and that led to her winning the HoH and the Cookout questioning her loyalty to the group.
Tiffany’s win caused friction within the Cookout, leaving Xavier, Derek, and Kyland wondering if she is loyal to the group or just looking out for herself in the game. Meanwhile, Tiffany’s goal is to keep Claire around longer to go after the boys since her true goal is to have all women in the final four.
With her back against the wall, Alyssa made one final pitch to Tiffany. She told her that Tiff’s best chance to win the $750,000 prize is by sitting next to Alyssa in the final two. That honestly was a good pitch but in the end, Tiffany had other ideas in mind.
At the nomination ceremony, Tiffany went through with her plan and put up Xavier and Alyssa for eviction. This left Xavier furious and in the Diary Room threatened to derail Tiffany’s game at the next veto competition.
Who will win the Power of Veto? Find out when Big Brother continues on Wednesday night at 8/7c on CBS.