Who won head of household on Big Brother tonight and slid their way into a guaranteed place in the Final Four of season 18? Grab that popcorn and make sure you have plenty of butter on hand as we bring you the spoilers on who won HoH on Big Brother tonight!
Will the Paul Abrahamian and Victor Arroyo bromance live on for a another week or will this HoH challenge spell the end of ‘The Sitting Ducks’? Or will it be Nicole Franzel and Corey Brooks who finds their showmance duo in danger this week? Maybe, possibly, could it even be veteran James Huling who grabs the win and gets to take revenge for losing his flirtmance Natalie Negrotti in the last eviction?
The Head of Household Competition aired on CBS TV Sunday evening, which actually finished in real time back on Thursday night, was the infamous slip and slide endurance challenge. The houseguests were tasked with sliding back and forth across a slippery floor while transporting liquid butter from a big barrel to a bowl on the other side.
The houseguests had a choice this time around to either go directly for the large Head of Household bowl to fill, or to fill a smaller bowl first to get a larger scoop to use for the bigger bowl. Nicole and Paul decided to both go for filling the smaller bowl first, while James and Corey went directly for the big bowl. As the current Head of Household, of course, Victor was not allowed to play.
While the Head of Household Competition started out on Thursday night’s CBS TV show, it wasn’t over before it ended. The rest of the challenge (in part) was aired on Sunday night’s show instead, although we watched pretty much the whole thing play out on the Big Brother Live Feeds on Thursday evening.
The competition was even messier than I remember from last time around, and there were a tremendous amount of falls and spills. Several of the contestants, especially Paul and James, ended up doing a lot of crawling around on the slippery floor. Nicole actually did well, as she did in the comp during her season, but it was Corey who took a strong lead and quickly seemed the person to beat.
About 45 minutes into the competition, Nicole filled up her small bowl and got the big scoop to help her fill up the big bowl. That allowed her to start gaining ground on her showmance partner Corey, but it looked unlikely she would be able to catch him unless he slowed down significantly. It was obvious by this point that Paul was absolutely terrible at the competition, and James was not much better.
In the end, after over an hour of sliding around like crazy, the challenge went to the guy who dominated it from start to finish — Corey Brooks. He basically just wasted everyone, and made his win look, well, smooth as butter.
What will this mean for this week’s eviction nominations? Well, if you are ready to find out those Big Brother spoilers for who went up on the block, flip on over to find out which houseguests Corey decided to nominate for the next eviction!