‘Big Brother’
Raven Walton thinks that she played a good game by throwing competitions at Paul in “Big Brother” Season 19. CBS

“Big Brother” Season 19 evictees Raven Walton and Jason Dent have very different opinions about Paul Abrahamian.

Following their exit on Thursday night, the two houseguests spoke with Entertainment Weekly to share their thoughts about the double eviction. Raven thinks that Paul was the houseguest who voted to keep her. She is also confident that Paul will take her to final two just like he promised her on week two or three.

But what Raven doesn’t know is that Paul also had the same agreement with Alex Ow. Very early on in the hit CBS reality TV competition, the two houseguests also made a pact to take each other to the final two.

“It was Paul. I know he voted for me to stay and voted out Kevin. I’d be shocked if it wasn’t. I know in my heart he meant what he said. I love him to death, and I know it was Paul. I can’t wait to continue this friendship outside the house,” she said.

Meanwhile, Jason just declared that he didn’t really trust the returning vet that much. “I don’t believe Paul because he’s using that to say he had to save himself. Counterfeit happens when you and Alex throw the HOH to Christmas. I don’t believe Paul for a second,” he said.

Both Raven and Jason are headed to the jury house, which is partly good news for the former since she will be reuniting with her showmance, Matt Clines. Jason, on the other hand, is not very pleased because he wanted to win the $500,000 for his wife, son and baby-to-be.

But even though Raven and Jason are no longer in the game, a group of new houseguests will be invited to enter the “Big Brother” house in the winter of 2018. For the first time in the show’s history in the United States, celebrities will compete with each other for a couple of weeks.

“Celebrity Big Brother” was officially announced by Julie Chen during the live eviction episode this week. She also told Entertainment Weekly that they already had conversations about bringing celebrities in as early as Season 2, but it didn’t make sense at that time. “With winter, comes the unexpected… ‘Celebrity Big Brother,’ baby!” she said.

“Big Brother” Season 19 airs Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.