‘Big Brother’ spoilers: Who won second Week 12 Head of Household competition on #BB20?

As we reach the final 10 days of the longest “Big Brother” season ever, the pace is picking up. We are in Week 12 of the televised competition and there will be two evictions overseen by two separate Head of Household winners. The first eviction vote, as dictated by HOH Angela Rummans, happened on Tuesday (Sept. 18) and will air on Wednesday’s taped episode. The second, with the line-up determined by a new HOH, is set for the live episode on Thursday (Sept. 20).

We were glued to the live feeds but those went down in anticipation of all of this activity. However, fear not as we’ve done some snooping and found an impeccable inside source who has all the details of what is going down in the #BB20 house and who is up (and in one case out).

As expected, the house voted to evict Sam Bledsoe on Tuesday. She and the other nominee, JC Mounduix, were the only remaining houseguests who didn’t belong to the Level 6 alliance. Angela, Kaycee Clark (who won the Power of Veto competition on Saturday) and Tyler Crispen, were united in their vote to send Sam home.

Immediately after the vote, it was time for the second HOH competition of the week. As reigning HOH, Angela was ineligible to take part. Tyler went into the competition, What the Bleep?, with three wins under his belt while Kaycee had one and JC none. It was make-or-break time for JC who needed to keep himself out of the firing line.

And, miracle of miracles, he pulled it off. As the HOH during the final four stage of the competition, JC is assured that he will be among the last three houseguests in the running for the $500,000 grand prize.

SEE ‘Big Brother 20’ spoilers: Who did second Week 12 Head of Household nominate for eviction on live episode of #BB20?

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