We have the Big Brother spoilers for part one of the three-part final Head of Household Competition! There are three rounds of the final Big Brother 18 Head of Household Competition, with the first one taking place after Wednesday night’s eviction.

The first round is usually an endurance competition, and since as far back as we can remember, Big Brother Live Feeds viewers have gotten to watch it the whole way through and find out who won. Well, until this year anyway.

Whichever houseguest wins the first round of the final Head of Household Competition gets to skip past the second round, and be fresh as a daisy for the third stage of the challenge.

For some unknown and unannounced reason, CBS decided to blackout the first round of the final HoH competition on the Live Feeds this year for the first time in more years than we can remember back. Since at least season 11, Live Feeds viewers paying for the privilege of such exclusive content have always been able to watch the first phase of the final HoH live on the Feeds. Until now. There was no announcement or explanation from CBS, they simply blacked out the Feeds and left all of us hanging, wondering what the hell happened.

When the Live Feeds finally returned, we quickly learned that somehow it was Paul Abrahamian who pulled a tridents if back to back wins starting with the previous HoH challenge, then the Power if Veto, and now this win. That means he will get to skip round two of the challenge and face off against the winner of the second round on finale night.


Update: We got to watch the rest of the first round of the final HoH Competition on Wednesday night’s finale. After over an hour of a kitty-themed endurance challenge, Nicole slipped off one of the stations, followed moments later by James. So that’s how Paul ended up on top.

Find out what happened in rounds two and three of the final Head of Household Competition, who won Big Brother 18, and who was named America’s Favorite Player in our full finale recap!

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