Big Brother spoilers reveal who won the HoH (Head of Household) competition. Jackson Michie once again wearing the HoH crown. He beat out the four other remaining BB21 houseguests to earn his third Head of Household title. Now that he’s in power again and Christie Murphy is gone, he picked new targets to throw on the chopping block. Who did Jackson Michie nominate for eviction?
Big Brother Spoilers: Jackson Michie Wins HoH
In a less than shocking turn of events, Jackson Michie is the Big Brother HoH again. Tonight’s competition was hosted by Chris “Swaggy C” Williams and Bayleigh Dayton from BB20 who got married a couple of months ago. They returned to take charge of the competition giving one houseguest power for the week.
Big Brother 21: Bayleigh Dayton – Chris Williams – Swaggy C – Host HoH
Ultimately, it was Jackson who secured the Big Brother Head of Household win. This brings his Head of Household total up to 3. Not only that, but he also gets to dictate who hits the block this week. Obviously, he plans on keeping his showmance girlfriend Holly Allen off the block, so who will he pick from the ones who remain?
Jackson Michie Makes His Nominations
Who are the nominations for eviction? With Holly Allen safe, that leaves Jackson Michie to pick from Tommy Bracco, Nicole Anthony, and Cliff Hogg III. Everyone is now a threat, but the Tennessee native needs to make the best choice for his Big Brother game. If not, he won’t make it to finale night.
In the end, he nominated Cliff and Tommy for eviction with his main target appearing to be Tommy. The two weren’t thrilled about seeing their faces on the memory wall, but there’s still a veto to play in order to switch things up.
Big Brother: Could Holly End Up On The Block?
While Jackson Michie is planning on keeping his showmance partner Holly Allen safe, Nicole Anthony could derail his plans since Big Brother spoilers show she later won the Power of Veto. If the veto were to be used by Nicole on either Tommy or Cliff, Holly would automatically become the replacement nominee and Jackson wouldn’t get a say in the matter. What will happen as the rest of the week unfolds?