Warning! The following contains spoilers from Big Brother's Season 23 live feeds. Read at your own risk!
Kyland Young's unintentional Head of Household win has created some tension in the house, and if The Cookout hopes to keep its low profile, they'll have to navigate this week carefully. All are invested in a history-making goal, but are all willing to get there at the cost of ruining their own chance to win Big Brother?
Many Houseguests have pondered that as the house decides on whether or not to evict Britini D'Angelo (who was backdoored following the veto win) or Derek Frazier. Here's who is looking most likely to leave the house at the moment, and why this week could blow the game open in a pretty major way.
Britini D'Angelo Will Probably Be Evicted Week 6
The "block queen" of Big Brother's reign is coming to an end. Britini D'Angelo has been up for eviction a majority of the game, and finally, it seems her time has come. Derek Frazier really has nothing to worry about this week when it comes to leaving, as The Cookout has assured him staying with their numbers. It definitely is a bummer because she's spent most of the game afraid she'll get evicted, and now she'll be in the jury house realizing she's been a pawn practically the entire game.
Could Exposing The Cookout Save Britini D'Angelo?
A lot of Big Brother fans may think the exposure of The Cookout could be Britini D'Angelo's saving grace, but that's not true. Even if Alyssa Lopez, Sarah Beth Steagall, Derek Xiao, and Claire Rehfuss all discovered The Cookout ahead of the vote and collectively agreed to try and save Britini, the best they could do is force a tie vote with the opposing Cookout alliance. This would mean Kyland Young would break the tie as the HOH and obviously send Britini home.
Is it possible someone in The Cookout could flip their vote? It's possible but also highly unlikely. Betraying The Cookout at this point would be a terrible game move for anyone involved, and the only person who would be remotely interested in keeping Britini D'Angelo is Azah Awasum. In fairness, Derek Frazier did tell Azah to give Britini a vote, but if anyone realizes The Cookout may be exposed before Thursday night, she'll likely vote Britini out as well.
Sadly, this week's vote won't be quite as exciting as when Christian Birkenberger tried to save himself. Of course, Christian's push came late on a Wednesday night and nearly looked like it could happen. Britini is resilient, if nothing else, and with Derek Frazier doing little to no campaigning, perhaps she could pull off some sort of miracle before Thursday night.
Big Brother airs on CBS (opens in new tab) Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. ET. For more on the season, read up on our recent interview with Christian Birkenberger and why he thinks Alyssa Lopez is better off in the house without him.
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