The Big Brother 25 week 9 Head of Household (HOH) has nominated two houseguests for eviction. Find out who’s on the chopping block this week.
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- Cameron, the current HOH, has nominated Felicia and Mecole for eviction after winning the Do or Die Battle Back Competition.
- Felicia seems to be Cameron’s true target.
- If Felicia does win the Power of Veto, it could create an opportunity for Cameron to backdoor another houseguest, possibly Cirie.
Cameron Hardin, the Big Brother 25 week 9 Head of Household (HOH), has nominated Felicia Cannon and Mecole Hayes for eviction. Cameron secured his third HOH on the same night that he won the Do or Die Battle Back Competition, earning his way back into the game. Cameron and Jared Fields had both been eliminated during the double eviction, and competed throughout Scary Week to resurrect their games. Cameron won the Resurrection Rumble and chose to compete in the Do or Die competition. Because he won, Jared was officially evicted from the Big Brother house.
The Big Brother live feeds have revealed that Cameron nominated Felicia and Mecole for eviction. Cameron had nominated Felicia during his last HOH, alongside Izzy Gleicher. He called them the vice president and secretary of defense to Cirie Fields, who he said was the president. He intended to backdoor Cirie, but when her son, Jared, won the Power of Veto that week and kept her safe, Cameron thought Felicia would be the target. However, America Lopez and Cory Wurtenberger successfully flipped the house, and the houseguests evicted Izzy instead. Cameron also told Felicia that his name was dragged through the mud by Hisam Goueli because she nominated him against him.
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Felicia Cannon Seems To Be Cameron Hardin’s True Target
This time, it seems that Felicia is Cameron’s true target, as he told Felicia that he’d nominate Mecole so that she couldn’t possibly win the Power of Veto and save Felicia. He also most likely doesn’t want Felicia on the jury. Being nominated will finally force Mecole to really begin playing Big Brother in a more overt way. She’s been under the radar for the entire game so far, and will now finally have to fight for her life in the house. She and Felicia have secured a Final 2, so it will most likely be hard for them to campaign against each other if necessary.
Although Cameron has been sneaky with his nominations in the past, shocking the houseguests by nominating Izzy and Felicia after leading them to believe that he was going to nominate Jag Bains and Blue Kim, this time it seems that his true target really is Felicia. He seems to have created a new alliance with Jag and Matt Klotz, although he once told Cirie that he’s only teaming up with them to infiltrate them and destroy them from the inside. He could still be trying to target Cirie, but, at this point, Felicia seems to be a bigger threat to him. Cameron even told her that she never talks game with him.
It’ll be interesting to see what happens if Felicia wins the Power of Veto. It’s doubtful that Cameron will keep Mecole as his target, and it will create a perfect opportunity for him to backdoor someone else, possibly Cirie. This is the last eviction before the jury begins, so Cameron and the other houseguests will certainly be considering that when they decide which houseguest to evict. When Felicia asked Cameron if she was his biggest threat in the house, he said no, but she is the greatest persuader in the house. That could make her dangerous on the jury. However, whenever Cameron is HOH, everyone should always “expect the unexpected.”
Big Brother 25 airs Sundays at 10 p.m. EDT, Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EDT, and Thursdays at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.