“Big Brother” Season 20 Head of Household (HOH) Scottie just named his two nominees: Brett and Winston.

His choice didn’t come as a surprise since both Brett and Winston both belong to an alliance that Scottie isn’t a part of. As part of the Foutte group, Scottie also made his allegiance known. He made it clear that Brett and Winston will always have each other’s back so he can’t both take them to the end of the game.

However, Brett and Winston may not be the final nominees for this week. After all, a power of veto (POV) is scheduled to take place on Saturday. If one of them wins, they could take themselves off the block.

There will also be a new BB App Twist this week, and Brett or Winston receiving a reward or punishment will be crucial to their game. Both are still qualified for the twist because America has not yet chosen them in the first two weeks of “Big Brother” Season 20.

Meanwhile, “Big Brother” executive producer Allison Grodner recently opened up about Season 20, specifically the Power Apps and Power Craps twist. She said that they had some ideas that didn’t make the cut this year.

“Coming up with these powers and punishments in the pre-season is always fun for the team. I wish I could tell you more about what didn’t make it but I wouldn’t want to spoil something that could come up on a future season. We are still figuring out a way to integrate holograms,” she told Big Brother Network

Grodner also shared her thoughts on the fact that there seem to be no showmances this season. Bayleigh and Swaggy had a thing in the first two weeks, but Swaggy has been evicted on Thursday.

“I think we have a lot of gamers in the house this season, which is great, but the summer is young and I think there are still a lot of possibilities for showmances. Fessy and Haleigh are getting closer, and Tyler seems to have a flirtmance with a few people in the house the could result in something,” she said.

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