Medical Sales Rep Winston Hines became the third houseguest to be evicted from the Big Brother house on Thursday night, resulting in the third blindside of the season.
Winston’s eviction saw whatever is left of Bayleigh’s alliance shocked for the third straight week. And that is sure to lead to heavy drama in the coming week and allegiances will surely begin to shift.
Despite the fact production tried to convince viewers Sam would use her bonus life app to save an evicted houseguest, live feed viewers knew better. Brett made up a lie about Rockstar wanting to flip the vote last minute to cause drama. When the vote came out, it was 6-5 to evict Winston. This left Rockstar fuming at Brett following the eviction and the two had words.
Following his eviction, Winston spoke to host Julie Chen about his time in the house. He would admit he felt betrayed by the members of Level 6 for voting against him.
“I’m speechless right now,” he said. “It’s hard to understand what went on the last 48 hours and the shocking part is with a vote of 6-5, I know my alliance voted against me.”
Julie then asked Winston if Scottie made the right decision in targeting “The Bros” to break up that group.
“It was logical and I get it,” he answered. But I was blindsided because he voted for me to stay [last week] and it frustrated me to no end.”
Winston went on to say that if he had the chance to do it all over again that he wouldn’t have done anything different a second time around.
It was then time for the battle of endurance for the next Head of Household to begin. The houseguests are on some log posts for this competition called “Out on a Limb” – the last HG standing would be HoH in a real meaningless fourth week.
Why meaningless? Because with Sam’s bonus life app coming into play, whoever is evicted next Thursday would have the chance of coming back into the game.
Who will win the Head of Household competition and who will be nominated for eviction? Find out on Sunday night at 8/7c. If you can’t wait until then, head to our spoilers page for live updates from the house.