Warning! The following contains spoilers from the Big Brother live feeds as of Tuesday, October 3rd. Read at your own risk!
In the ever-evolving world of Big Brother Season 25, it seems like no one is truly safe. Cameron Hardin, the current Head of Household (HOH), has had quite a rollercoaster of a week. After resurrecting his game with a pivotal HOH win, he’s now in a prime position to eliminate one of his main targets. His Veto win handed him complete control over the week’s proceedings, allowing him to make another significant move. However, despite having this power, Cameron decided to play it safe and left his nominations of Mecole Hayes and Felicia Johnson unchanged.
For fans eager to catch all the action, watching Big Brother online is a breeze with a Paramount+ subscription. Those tuned into the live feeds have likely formed opinions about why each nominee might be headed for eviction. As the tension mounts, we delve into why Mecole and Felicia could find themselves facing eviction and offer our predictions on who might get the boot come Thursday.
Why Mecole Could Get Evicted
Mecole has found herself in a precarious position within the Big Brother house. She is not Cameron’s biggest fan, and to be frank, she’s one of the least connected individuals in Season 25. After the shocking revelation that her alliance with the Brown Sugar Babies was nothing more than smoke and mirrors, Mecole struggled to forge new alliances. Her last hope lies in a Final Two pact with none other than Felicia Johnson, her fellow nominee.
Being the younger and generally perceived as the more physically capable player, Mecole could be seen as a greater threat. This perception may seal her fate, especially if Felicia adopts a strategic mindset and begins advocating for her eviction.
Why Felicia Could Get Evicted
Until recently, Felicia Johnson was a covert power player in Big Brother. Her skill in deflecting attention onto others was second to none, and she displayed this once again with her latest nomination. Felicia managed to rile up the entire house with talk of backdooring Cory Wurtenberger, a plan that was ultimately vetoed by Cameron. Following the ceremony, she even made a fiery speech, asserting that Cory should follow her out of the house due to his scheming ways. This outburst may have severed ties with Cory and his showmance, America Lopez, potentially marking Felicia as the next eviction target.
Why We Think Felicia Will Be Evicted
Intriguing discussions unfolded late Monday night, sparking the possibility of flipping the vote to evict Mecole, primarily because she’s the younger of the two nominees. Mecole’s lack of competition wins and relatively weaker position in the game may be her saving grace. While she may seem like a physical threat on paper, she hasn’t demonstrated it thus far.
On the flip side, Felicia boasts an HOH win and bears a grudge against two of the game’s heavyweights, Cory and Cameron. Both of them are unlikely to tolerate her presence, fearing she may sway others to target them. Despite any last-minute conversations or attempts to shift the tide, it appears that Felicia’s days in the Big Brother house are numbered, and she’s poised to exit on Thursday evening.
For those hungry for more drama and intrigue, Big Brother will deliver another eviction during the upcoming episode on CBS on Thursday, October 5th, at 9:00 p.m. ET. Don’t forget to keep an eye on the live feeds for juicy moments and strategic discussions that often don’t make it to the final cut of the televised episodes. It’s a wild ride in the Big Brother house, and there’s always room for the unexpected!