WARNING! THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR BIG BROTHER 25!
- Jag continues to target Blue after missing a shot at her last week, putting her at risk of eviction.
- If Blue doesn’t win the Power of Veto, she’ll most likely be headed to the jury house.
- The upcoming double eviction poses a vulnerable position for Jag as he will be ineligible to play, potentially leading to his eviction.
Jag Bains is the Big Brother 25 week 12 Head of Household (HOH), and he’s nominated Blue Kim and America Lopez for eviction. Jag won the HOH competition for the second week in a row after being the invisible HOH last week. Although Jag told everyone his secret, because Big Brother didn’t reveal him as the HOH, he was eligible to play in the next HOH competition. Jag decided to continue with last week’s thwarted plan to evict Blue from the Big Brother 25 house.
The Big Brother 25 live feeds have revealed that Jag nominated Blue and America for eviction. Jag nominated America as a pawn, explaining to her that it would be suspicious if he didn’t put her on the chopping block this week after he blindsided her and her showmance, Cory Wurtenberger, the week before. America’s job is to make Blue believe that she herself is Jag’s intended target.
What Will Jag Do If Blue Wins The Power Of Veto?
When speaking with America, Jag offered to throw the Power of Veto to her if possible to help her save herself, and also to move things forward to evict Blue. He told Blue, his true target, that she was just a pawn to help him evict America. Jag told Blue that, if she wins the Power of Veto, he’ll nominate Felicia Cannon in her place. He added that if America wins, he’ll nominate Bowie Jane. Earlier, he had asked America whom she’d rather be nominated against, and she said that she had a chance to stay against Bowie, knowing how Felicia and Cirie Fields feel about Bowie.
It’s interesting that Jag is continuing to target Blue after taking a shot at her last week and missing when she won the Power of Veto. Blue was loyal to Jag and Matt Klotz, telling them about America’s warning to her about them. Unfortunately, Blue trusted the wrong people, as America was telling the truth about them targeting her. If Blue doesn’t win the Power of Veto, it’s almost certain that she’ll be evicted. The next obstacle that the houseguests will have to overcome is Thursday night’s live double eviction. Jag will be ineligible to play, which will put him in a very vulnerable position.
If Blue stays in the game and realizes that she was Jag’s true target again, she’ll might nominate him and Matt if she has the chance during the double eviction. This will most likely ensure Jag’s eviction if he doesn’t win the Power of Veto. After nominating literally half of the house for eviction last week between his initial nominees and his replacements after he and Blue both used the Power of Veto, Jag has surely made the remaining houseguests question his loyalty. It’s going to be a wild ride this week in the Big Brother 25 house.
Big Brother 25 airs Sundays at 10 p.m. EDT, Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EDT, and Thursdays at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.