Big Brother Spoilers: New HoH Aligns Their Goals

Big Brother Spoilers: New HoH Aligns Their Goals

Julie Chen Moonves. Photo Courtesy of: CBS.

By John Powell –

The Leftovers steamroll of the Big Brother game has continued.

Minnesota lawyer Michael is the new head of the household. Including this HoH regime, Michael has now won three leagues this season.

Joseph, Brittany and Michael were celebrating in one of the bedrooms when the live feeds returned.

“I’m so happy! You guys are amazing!” said Joseph. “I can’t believe the turn the game has taken.”

Joseph said he feels sorry for Daniel, but what bothers him is that Daniel doesn’t accept his share of the blame for what happened to Nicole.

As Joseph left the bedroom, Michael and Brittany went to another, closed the door, and hugged.

“Oh, Michael, we did it!” Brittany cried out.

“Hopefully this is the last week before the jury,” Michael said, believing that they’re both now a lock to the jury house, no matter what happens to them.

Michael then revealed his HoH plan to Brittany.

“I want to run this through you quickly. My thoughts are to leave Daniel behind and see if the guys (Monte, Joseph and Terrance) are okay with going upstairs because if Daniel is elected I want Monte and Joseph to compete against him. If it’s something physical I know they can beat him,” said Michael. “The alternative would be Turner and Jasmine playing as pawns because Turner ripped us off.”

“Both options are good. Daniel is of course the main target!” said an enthusiastic Brittany.

“The order I want to take out that side is Daniel and Terrance,” Michael said.

On the live eviction show, Daniel’s big bet backfired and his Festie Bestie, Nicole, was voted out by everyone but him after using the power of the veto earlier this week with his partner, Kyle.

“Obviously the only rule I didn’t follow was not to play someone else’s game in the house and I just did,” admitted Nicole to host Julie Chen Moonves.

Big Brother USA airs three times a week on Global TV. It airs Sundays and Wednesdays (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) and Thursdays (9:00-10:00 PM, live ET/delayed PT), with the live eviction show hosted by Julie Chen Moonves.

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