“Last night’s show of ‘Big Brother’ was another emotional and strategic roller coaster. As the show’s house guests fought for power in a constantly changing environment, alliances were made, trust was tried, and secrets were revealed. With each new show, the tension inside the ‘Big Brother’ house gets worse, making fans eagerly wait for the next twist and turn.
In this recap, we’ll talk about the most important events, evictions, and power shifts that happened on the most recent show. This will give you an insider’s look at all the drama, strategies, and surprises that happened.”
What Happened on Big Brother Last Night?
On Thursday night, less than an hour after it started, Big Brother’s most recent Head of Household competition—an endurance-based game known to fans as The Wall Competition—came to a finish, with Jared Fields taking the crown as the new HOH.
#BB25in280 Thursday PM
PoV competition Saturday
PoV meeting Monday
DOUBLE Eviction Thursday
7 person Jury this year (1st time since #BB14)
My guess is Jared will target Cory & America
We’ll know more Friday AM#bb25
— Big Brother Gossip 🇺🇦 (@BBGossip) September 15, 2023
With this victory, Jared begins Week 7 with his second HOH victory of the season. He previously held that position during Week 5. The Wall Competition is a simple game in which participants must hold on tightly to a wall that is constantly tilting while using the fewest possible handholds and footholds to keep them upright as the wall changes, slime is spilt on them, and large balls are thrown at their body.
The last three contestants in Thursday’s round were Jared, Bowie, and Blue. Bowie abruptly leapt off the wall after Blue finally tumbled off it, leaving Jared to win the contest.
Jared’s victory follows Izzy’s eviction from the house on Thursday in an 8-1 vote (again, spoiler warning!). Before America and Cory staged a vote flip, Felicia, who had been seated next to Izzy on the nomination block all week, was expected to leave the competition. For more information, see our entire recap of Thursday’s episode.
Another well-known endurance contest, the Pressure Cooker, which hadn’t been played since Season 6, was brought back earlier this season by Big Brother. In comparison to the houseguests’ 45 minutes on the wall on Thursday, that competition lasted nearly 14 hours.