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Big Brother Spoilers: New HoH aligns their targets


Big Brother Spoilers: New HoH aligns their targets

Julie Chen Moonves. Photo Courtesy: CBS.

By John Powell – GlobalTV.com

The Leftovers steamroll of the Big Brother game has continued on.

Michael, the attorney from Minnesota, is the new Head of Household. Including this HoH reign Michael has now won three of competitions this season.

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

“I am so happy! You guys are some amazing!” said Joseph. “I cannot believe the turn the game has taken.”

Joseph said he feels back for Daniel but what bothers him is Daniel is not accepting his part of the blame for what happened to Nicole.

Once Joseph left the bedroom Michael and Brittany went into another one, closed the door and hugged.

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

“I hope this is the last week before jury,” said Michael believing they both are a lock for the jury house now no matter what else happens to them.

Michael then revealed his HoH plan to Brittany.

“I want to run this by you quick. My thoughts are to backdoor Daniel and see if the guys (Monte, Joseph and Terrance) are okay with going up because if Daniel gets picked I want Monte and Joseph competing against him. If it is anything physical I know they can beat him,” said Michael. “The alternative would be Turner and Jasmine as pawns because Turner put us up.”

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

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

On the live eviction show Daniel’s big gamble failed and his Festie Bestie, Nicole, was voted out by everyone but him after he used the Power of Veto with his partner, Kyle, earlier this week.

“Clearly the one rule I didn’t follow was don’t play someone else’s game in the house and I did just that,” Nicole admitted 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), featuring the live eviction show hosted by Julie Chen Moonves.

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