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Big Brother Spoilers: This Week’s HOH And POV Winner

August 11, 2013 08:41 AM by Lisa Princ

Last week on Big Brother we watched as GinaMarie took over as HoH, and both Candice and Judd were sent packing in a double elimination. We know that you’re dying to learn which player won HoH and PoV this week, and we’ve got the spoilers! Details inside.

Big Brother 15 fans watched last week as Judd and Candice were evicted, and then it was time for another HoH and PoV competition. After the episode ended, the houseguests headed to the backyard for the HoH competition. According to the live feeds (although we don’t know exactly what type of competition it was yet), Andy emerged the new HoH for week seven!

Then there was the PoV competition. Playing this week were Jessie, Spencer, Andy, Amanda, Elissa, and Helen were picked from the box. Meanwhile, McCrae hosted the competition. It appeared to be Andy’s lucky week, as he also won PoV! As for his nominations, Jessie was named from the start, along with Spencer, but according to the feeds, Andy’s been flip-flopping on whether or not to replace Spencer with GinaMarie. As of last night, Andy still claims he is not certain which way he would like to take this week’s eviction.

Now that Andy holds all of the power, what do you think he should do?

What do you think about this week’s nominees? What do you think about Andy winning both HoH and PoV? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear it! Comment below to share your thoughts with us.

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5 Responses to “Big Brother Spoilers: This Week’s HOH And POV Winner”

  1. Mythoughts Says:
    August 11th, 2013 at 11:38 am

    None of them especially Andy, have the since God gave a goose to do any thing to help their game. Helen can’t win a competition and is the most two faced player in there. My question is,” they all know she(Helen) is calling all the moves, why do they not want to get her out?” Poor Amanda doesn’t seem to realize that Helen is deciding her game as well.

  2. Mary Says:
    August 12th, 2013 at 10:36 am

    If any of the contestants in power would use their sense of discernment (if they have this quality), they would stand on their own two feet (instead of being pawns to everyone else in the house) and see that Helen (for sure) and the obnoxious New
    Yorkers (Amanda and Gina Marie) need to leave the house.

  3. Mary Says:
    August 12th, 2013 at 10:38 am

    If any of the contestants in power would use their sense of discernment, they would stand on their own two feet (instead of being pawns to everyone else in the house) and see that Helen (for sure) and the obnoxious New Yorkers (Amanda and Gina Marie) need to leave the house.

  4. Susan Says:
    August 12th, 2013 at 12:55 pm

    Andy should have put Amanda and Helen up. He took the easy way out by putting Spencer and Jessie up again. Someone needs to shake up the house. I feel so bad for Judd. He got a raw deal.

  5. elliott marks Says:
    August 16th, 2013 at 6:35 pm

    Every season we see the same thing. A bunch of sniveling egomaniacal individuals who whine that the house should allow them to win because they know how to play the game. No, the silly reasons you have in your own heads are the exact reason why you’ll never win anything and THAT is what you deserve.
    The twist this season is that the women got together at the start and voted out the most likely strongest dudes before they could win comps.
    All that allowed to happen was that a disavowed racist has been able to win a crap load of comps.
    Social experiment indeed.

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