Well it’s almost a wrap on
Big Paul Big Brother 19!
Finale night is less than a week away on September 20th where we’ll find out if Paul, Christmas, Josh, or Kevin will walk away with the $500,000 prize.
It’s a packed week this week with a surprise eviction last night and another eviction tonight (Thursday), so let’s get into it.
We know Alex and Kevin were nominated for eviction on Sunday, but there was still a veto to be won.
And we know that Josh has had some negative feelings about Paul and his game so was there hope for someone to finally make a move on him?!
Those dreams were quickly crushed as Paul himself won the BB Comics Veto competition. You can check those comics out below too. Always one of the best comps. Paul was a bit offended by his but we think it’s a great fit
Paul of course had to then break the news to Alex that he has been playing her all along and won’t be using the Veto on her even though he was supposed to be her ‘ride or die’ after Jason left. Girl, you just got played. Welcome to ‘Friendship’.
After splitting the vote to a tie once again, Paul forced Josh to give out that final hit and evict Alex from the game.
I got to ask Alex a few questions about the season like WHY SHE DIDN’T GO AFTER CHRISTMAS DURING THE DOUBLE EVICTION AFTER SHE BLINDSIDED HER HELLO?!?!
After Jason was evicted, why did you go after Raven and Kevin instead of taking a shot at Christmas who had the deciding vote and blindsided you both.
Because Christmas and I had built up a relationship, she had assured me that she didn’t want to be carried throughout the game as a weak person; she wanted to be someone who fought her way and earned her spot.
But she’s actually being a liar and deceiving. I knew that she wanted to stay in the game after I was targeted by Josh because then I figured out her and Paul were working together to get me out. I didn’t take a shot at her because I thought she was still loyal to what was going on and it was already too late. I wanted to stick to the plan, and the plan was to get out raven and Kevin. I was part of a team and wanted to stick to it.
We heard you talk very poorly of Kevin on the live feeds, why did you hate him so much?
Hate is a strong word but I dislike him the most out of any of the housemates in the house because he was such a phony. Behind my back he was talking so much crap, how I was annoying, how I’m a female and I’m weak, I didn’t appreciate that. We would get in altercations because he was constantly trying to undermine me and would purposely do things just to piss me off. He tried to belittle me, and the more he did it, the more I pushed back.
As a self-proclaimed Big Brother super fan, didn’t the thought of taking a shot at the returning player ever cross your mind?
In the very beginning of the season, the first thing I always say is that we need to take Paul out, I knew he was too strong, and that’s what I was thinking. But at the same time I know it’s better to work with the enemy one, and two, there is always some sort of protection for veterans. It’s better to have someone strong on your side then make them an enemy, so I decided let’s just make him ally.
Looking back now what’s the one thing you wish you would have known going into the house?
There’s nothing I really wish I knew but the one thing I would say would be, is the overwhelming sense of people losing themselves in the game so much and becoming these hideous monsters. Like it was a sad thing to see people get so crazy. I wish I knew who they actually are, it’s easier to hate them when they’re being villains.
Tune into Global TV TONIGHT at 9 to find out who makes it to the final 3! Join us for finale night too coming up Wednesday September 20th!