Angela Rumman evicted, setting the stage for the final HoH battle

 Angela Rumman evicted, setting the stage for the final HoH battle

Angela Rumman is the latest houseguest to be evicted on Big Brother. BIG BROTHER follows a group of people living together in a house outfitted with 94 HD cameras and 113 microphones, recording their every move 24 hours a day. The series airs Sundays and Wednesdays (8:00-9:00PM, ET/P/T) and Thursdays (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Johnny Vy/CBS 2018 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Angela Rumman became the latest houseguest to be evicted from the Big Brother house on Thursday night, just missing out on next Wednesday’s finale.

Thursday’s eviction show kicked off following JC’s surprising HoH victory and he says in the Diary Room that he has big plans for revenge against Tyler and Angela. He puts them both up for eviction, citing the “bitchy” move that was made by not telling him about the plan to backdoor Brett.

We get a jury segment that shows Scottie, Haleigh, Brett, and Sam all arriving at the jury house. The HIVE members argue with each other over just how dumb they were. Imagine that.

JC Monduix making his eviction nominations on Big Brother.

It is time for the final Power of Veto of the summer as JC, Tyler, Angela, and Kaycee all participate. The competition was a memory based one where the final four had to correctly identify which competitions were won by which category of houseguests.

Once again, it was Kaycee who came out on top. At the live vote and eviction, Kaycee long and drawn out speech before deciding to evict Angela.

Following her exit from the house, Angela spoke to host Julie Chen Moonves about her time in the house and asked why Kaycee decided to evict her.

Angela Rummand being interviewed by host Julie Chen Moonves

“When it comes to competitions and jury votes, Tyler and I were both equal,” she said. “I guess it was a 50-50 shot and I respect her decision.”

Julie asked her about her relationship with Tyler: “I’m obsessed with him. I can’t wait to see where he go from there and I can’t wait to see him again.”

Julie informed the viewers about voting for “America’s Favorite Player”, where the winner will get a $25,000 prize. Also casting is now open for next season and for fans to submit their audition tapes. Despite there not being an official renewal of Big Brother, this pretty much confirms Big Brother 21 is happening.

The final three will celebrate in the penultimate episode of the season as former Big Brother legend Jeff Schroder stops by before the battle for the final Head of Household begins, tune in Sunday at 8/7c to watch it play out.

Be sure to head to our spoilers page for the latest updates over the final weekend of the season. 

Big Brother 20 airs its season finale next Wednesday at 9:30/8:30c on CBS.

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