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Will Haleigh finally be evicted from the "Big Brother" house this week? CBS

Kaycee’s “Big Brother” Season 20 stint has picked up in recent weeks!

The half-Filipina houseguest has won two Power of Veto (POV) competitions back to back in the hit CBS reality TV show.

She has also been named as this week’s Head of Household (HOH). Since Kaycee has not been worried about getting her hands dirty, it is possible that she may also win the $500,000 grand prize if her lucky streak continues.

Since Kaycee is this week’s HOH, she has decided to put Sam and Haleigh up for eviction. She said that Sam is up on the block as her pawn since Haleigh is her target. Sending Haleigh out this week is crucial for Kaycee’s game because as the last member of the non-Level 6 alliance, it has been quite hard to send Haleigh packing.

If Kaycee will finally be able to do this next week, she could easily earn plus points from the members of the jury. That is if they won’t make a decision on who should win this season based on their emotions.

On the contrary, Sam has acted like a loose cannon ever since she learned that she is the pawn. She said in the Diary Room that she will blow the roof off the house if she finds herself sitting with host Julie Chen on Thursday night.

JC and Kaycee urged Sam to calm down because flipping inside the house could only mean that she will be a bigger target. This could cost her life in the game, and she may be the one evicted next week.

However, it is also important to note that Haleigh still has the chance to win next week’s POV. If she saves herself off the block and stays in the house, Kaycee will be forced to put up a replacement nominee. The only choice she could have is JC. If JC and Sam are up on the block, it’s possible that Sam will be sent home.

But members of the Level 6 alliance have realized that JC has been playing and manipulating them week in and week out. As such, they might come together to target him out first before Sam.

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