Big Brother season 17, week 12 starts tonight. Get the details on this week’s schedule here!
Last week on Big Brother Steve won Head of Household and was ready to break Austin and the twins apart. Vanessa convinced Steve that he had to nominate Liz and Austin together for the best chance of getting one of them out of the house.
Austin, Liz, and Julia planned to throw the veto to Julia so she could save Liz. But Vanessa foiled their plans when she talked Julia into challenging Austin at the veto. Austin ended up taking Julia out of the competition and won it himself. Austin could only save himself, which left both of the twins vulnerable.
Steve named Julia as the renomination and it looked like Liz’s fate was sealed. However, Austin and the twins were able to convince Vanessa to vote their way. Wanting to leave the strongest player in, the twins decided that Liz should stay in the house. Julia was evicted from the house, and the Head of Household was up for grabs by the final five.
‘Big Brother’ season 17, week 12 schedule:
Sunday, September 13 at 8:30 p.m. ET: Nominations for eviction are revealed.
Tuesday, September 15 at 8:00 p.m. ET: The Power of Veto competition is held, followed by an eviction. Later, a new Head of Household contest takes place.
Wednesday, September 16 at 8:00 p.m. ET: Another houseguest is evicted from the compound. The final three are revealed.
Preview the episode below:
The remaining ‘Big Brother’ season 17 houseguests are:
John McGuire, Austin Matelson, Steve Moses, Liz Nolan, and Vanessa Rousso.
What do you think will happen on ‘Big Brother’ season 17, week 12?
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