— BigBrother LiveFeeds (@CBSBigBrotherLF) July 19, 2018
What time is the HOH Competition?
The July 19 HOH Competition should begin in the final moments of the Thursday night episode. Then, coverage will move over to the CBS live feeds. Current Big Brother 20 rumors on social media indicate they will be hanging on to a wall. A wall competition should give houseguests like Angela Rummons, Haleigh Broucher, and JC Mounduix an advantage. Can they endure?
Remember, this report by Inside the BB House will serve as a live blog during the HOH Competition. Tune in to find out how the BB20 houseguests are doing as they compete for the power. Coverage will begin at roughly 7 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. ET.
— Joker’s BB Updates #BB20 (@JokersBBUpdates) July 20, 2018
The Endurance Challenge begins – live report (9:54 p.m. ET)
As seen on the July 19 episode, Winston Hines just got evicted from the BB20 house. 12 people are now competing in the Week 4 HOH Competition. Scottie Salton has to sit this one out as the outgoing Head of Household. The rest of the cast is perched on logs in the backyard that can tilt forward. It is a typical wall challenge for the show, and the last person standing wins the HOH crown. Before heading to a final commercial break, the producers began dumping water on the competitors.
Angela Rummans and Rachel Swindler fall (10:34 p.m. ET)
Angela fell after about 40 minutes of action, quickly followed by Rachel. They would finish seventh and eighth place in the competition. If Week 4 Have-Nots are dependent on the competition results, Angela and Rachel should be safe.
Haleigh Broucher falls, finishes sixth (10:42 p.m. ET)
JC Mounduix is done (10:45 p.m. ET)
The final four battle it out (10:46 p.m. ET)
Only Tyler Crispen, Sam Bledsoe, Kaycee Clark, and Kaitlyn Herman are left.
Fish, fish, and more fish (10:54 p.m. ET)
The feeds keep going to fish, taking away from the competition. The final four are still hanging tough, though.
Kaitlyn Herman and Kaycee Clark drop (10:55 p.m. ET)
Kailyn fell and a few seconds later Kaycee was also down. It left just Tyler Crispen and Sam Bledsoe.
Tyler Crispen drops, finishes second (10:57 p.m. ET)