Big Brother 19 Spoilers: Week 11 Eviction and Week 12 HOH Competition Results

Big Brother 19 Spoilers: Week 11 Eviction and Week 12 HOH Competition Results

Big Brother 19 spoilers tease Week 11 eviction and Week 12 HOH competition results. As expected, Alex Ow was evicted from the BB19 house. According to the Twitter buzz, Paul Abrahamian won the Week 12 HOH competition. It looks like it will be difficult to get rid of Paul this late in the game.

When the Big Brother live feeds were shut off on Tuesday morning, the house made a group decision to evict Alex next. They believed that they had to get rid of her to give them all a chance at the $500,000 grand prize.

The thing is, Josh Martinez realized that he needed Alex out of the game to increase his odds to make it to the end. He is pretty sure that Paul has no plans to take him to the final two, but hopes without Alex playing for the Veto, it will increase his chances of winning. Let’s face it; the Veto will be Paul versus Josh.

Big Brother 19 Spoilers: Week 11 Eviction and Week 12 HOH Competition Results

 

Big Brother 19 spoilers state that Alex was evicted with a 1-1, forcing Josh to break the tie. Josh has spent the past few days considering his options. He weighed the pros and cons about keeping Alex in the game. In the end, Josh concluded it was a gamble to keep her and voted Alex out of the BB19 game. Of course Paul voted to keep Alex so he could pretend to her that he tried to keep her in the game….

Big Brother 19 spoilers state that Paul won the same HOH competition as last year – “What The Bleep” challenge. He will likely put Josh and Kevin Schlehuber on the block with Josh being his target. Paul needs to get Josh out of the house to continue his plan to coast to the final two.

What Christmas Abbott doesn’t realize is that Paul has no plans to take her to the end. His plan has always been to take Kevin. The Boston native has NO competition wins and has not done anything at all to prove he deserves to win. Paul realizes that the jury members could be feeling bitter about his totally dishonest and manipulative game play and thinks the best way to combat it is to take Kevin, someone he believes doesn’t deserve to win, to the final two.

Paul’s plan is a solid one, but he should not count Josh out of the game completely yet. If CBS is smart, they will hope the final two is Josh versus Paul. That would be toss up as to who would pull off the win. Are you happy Paul is reported to have won the final four Week 12 HOH competition? Stick with CDL for more Big Brother 19 spoilers, news, and live feed updates!

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