The HOH Competition on 'Big Brother 24': Who's the Winner? (SPOILERS)
Who won HOH on 'Big Brother' Season 24 this week? It's always an important competition for houseguests, and one player holds the power right now.
Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for Season 24 of Big Brother.
In the Big Brother universe, one houseguest reigns supreme over all the rest. The so-called Head of Household (HOH) weaves through their stay with special permissions, including the bonus that they can’t be evicted from the Big Brother house the week they are appointed. But these perks come with a cost: While in charge, the HOH has to decide whom to nominate for eviction.
Season 24 features all new players and, so far, no returning vets to shake things up. But don't get it twisted — these newbies have every intention of playing strong individual games, and following the Sept. 15 episode, one HOH winner was crowned.
Read on to learn more about Season 24's latest HOH winner.
Who is the new HOH in 'Big Brother' Season 24?
Following Alyssa's eviction, the eligible houseguests — Taylor, Brittany, and Turner — competed for HOH.
In the competition, titled "Fashion Fest," the players viewed a montage clip of Julie Chen Moonves. Once the video ended, they had to answer questions about what she wore at specific time frames. By the end of the competition, Taylor and Brittany were tied. The two competed in a tiebreaker, where Taylor was crowned the new Head of Household!
At last, our girl Taylor has secured a seat on finale night and will compete for the $750,000 grand prize! The 27-year-old personal stylist has had quite the challenging experience in the house — not only has she been nominated for eviction five times, but she was the subject of severe bullying earlier in the season at the hands of her fellow houseguests.
The final four Veto competition is extremely important.
Now that we're down to the final four houseguests, winning the Power of Veto is the most important part of the game. After the live eviction episode, Taylor nominated Brittany and Turner for eviction; however, these initial nominees do not matter because whoever wins this Veto competition decides who will join them and the outgoing HOH on finale night.
As of this writing, Taylor wants to see Turner sent to the jury house, but if he wins the upcoming Veto competition, she'll have to kiss that dream goodbye. Then, she'll have to either ditch her final two deal with Brittany or her showmance with Monte.
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