“Big Brother” Season 20 recently named its new Power of Veto (POV) winner, and it is none other than Kaycee.

The half-Filipino has been on a winning streak in the hit CBS reality TV competition. After winning back-to-back POVs, she was named as this week’s Head of Household (HOH). She also won the POV, and she decided to not use it to save either Haleigh or Sam.

By the looks of it, it’s clear that Haleigh will be sent to the Jury House on Thursday night. However, what the houseguests do not know is that there will a double eviction this week. Just like in the previous seasons, an HOH competition, nomination ceremony, POV, and another eviction will also take place live on “Big Brother.”

A big move has still not been unleashed in “Big Brother” this season, but this may finally happen on Thursday. It is highly unlikely that Sam will become HOH so it is possible that she will be put on the block again. But who will sit next to her?

The remaining houseguests are all members of the Level 6 alliance, so it’s only a matter of time before they take each other out. If either Tyler, Angela, Kaycee or Brett wins HOH, they will certainly put Sam and JC up for eviction. But if JC shockingly wins, which is also quite impossible since he’s not won anything, he could put Angela and Kaycee up.

JC knows that Angela and Kaycee are both threats just like Tyler so he won’t make the mistake of keeping them in the house. It is also possible for JC to not target Sam if he becomes HOH because he can convince her to be loyal to him later on in the game.

The finale episode for “Big Brother” Season 20 is just two weeks away, and this year’s winner will receive $500,000. The winner will be decided upon the members of the jury. The houseguests that are currently members of the jury are Bayleigh, Scottie, Faysal, and Rockstar.

“Big Brother” Season 20 airs Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.