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‘Big Brother’ 21 Spoilers: Who Won Third Whacktivity Competition? Nominees Named

“Big Brother” Season 21 just named its third Whacktivity Competition winner and two nominees.

Warning: This article contains spoilers from “Big Brother” Season 21. Read at your own risk!

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After Kemi was sent to Camp Comeback, the remaining houseguests participated in another round of Head of Household (HOH) competition. For the first time this season, Nick won.

Since Nick has a showmance with Bella, it was unlikely for him to nominate her even though she ratted out the other members of the Black Widow alliance last week. Bella told Jack that Jessica started a four girls alliance with her, Nicole, and Kemi but this wasn’t entirely true.

And since Nick is part of the Gr8ful alliance, he didn’t nominate anyone from his group. He decided to put Cliff and Jess up for eviction. Cliff risked his place in the game after Christie heard him talking to himself and exposing all of the plans he has moving forward.

Cliff revealed that he joined an alliance but also said that he has no idea how to go about in the game if all of his alliance members are evicted. Cliff also talked about the showmances in “Big Brother” Season 21 and said that Christie could be part of the fourth showmance this season.

After hearing Cliff’s revelations, Christie told Gr8ful about it and they decided to put him up on the block alongside Jess. The alliance has been targeting Jess since week one.

Meanwhile, the third and final Whacktivity competition has also wrapped up. Christie won the Panic Power, which is a Diamond Power of Veto. Christie’s power will give her the power to remove one houseguest from the block and replace it with another houseguest.

Unlike the previous special powers, Christie will have the opportunity to change the fate of one of nominee herself without the input of the current Head of Household. However, the Diamond Power also has an expiration date.

“Big Brother” Season 21 will return to CBS on Sunday at 9 p.m.

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