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‘Big Brother’ 20 Spoilers: How Does The Hacker Comp Twist Work?

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Haleigh won this week's first Hacker Comp twist on "Big Brother" Season 20. Photo: CBS

By Camille Heimbrod, International Business Times

“Big Brother” Season 20 recently introduced a new Hacker Comp twist to shake up the entire game of the CBS reality show.

Last week, host Julie Chen revealed that the Hacker Comp twist will give one houseguest multiple powers. The first power is to change the nominations by removing one houseguest from the block and replacing it with his or her choice.

The winner of the Hacker Comp twist also has the ability to choose one of the houseguests that will compete in the Power of Veto (POV) game. The same person can also secretly eliminate one person’s vote on eviction night.

Every week, the houseguests will compete in a game and whoever wins will receive the power. This week, Haleigh won and she decided to keep it a secret even to Faysal.

[post_ads]Angela is this week’s Head of Household (HOH), and she originally put Rockstar and Scottie up on the block. But since Haleigh won the Hacker Comp twist, she replaced Scottie with Tyler. Haleigh said that she can no longer take the fact that Tyler has been playing both sides of the house.

This week, Rockstar and Tyler would have to campaign to keep themselves off the block. But since Haleigh is obviously targeting Tyler, she will choose one houseguest from her alliance to compete in the upcoming POV to make sure that Tyler will be sent home.

And on eviction night, Haleigh will remove one vote from Tyler to ensure her exit from the Big Brother house. However, anything can happen this week. If the houseguests realize that Haleigh has the power, they might convince her to use it to evict Rockstar.

Haleigh said that she has no plans to tell anyone about her power, but if she changes her mind and does so at the last minute then she can blow up her entire game.

Meanwhile, “Big Brother” Season 20 will soon have a double eviction episode. Executive producer Allison Grodner confirmed the news to Big Brother Network. She said that every season, there is at least one double eviction episode and the same will apply this summer.

“Big Brother” Season 20 airs Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.

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