Mark McGrath
Mark McGrath is this week’s HOH in “Celebrity Big Brother.” Pictured: McGrath performs at 2016 Rhonda's Kiss Benifit honoring Johnny Depp at El Rey Theatre on Nov. 3, 2016 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison

A new Head of Household (HOH) has just been named in “Celebrity Big Brother.”

Warning: This article contains spoilers from episodes of “Celebrity Big Brother” that have not yet aired. Read at your own risk!

For the first time in almost three weeks, Mark McGrath has been named as HOH, and he made his real alliance known. Mark previously vowed to stay loyal to Ross Matthews and Marissa Jaret Winokur, but he also made an alliance with James Maslow and Omarosa Manigault.

When it was time to put two houseguests up for eviction, he decided to nominate Brandi Glanville and Ariadna Gutierrez. The two houseguests will be competing in the upcoming Power of Veto (POV) game.

But what the houseguests still do not know is that Wednesday’s episode will feature a double eviction. This means that either Brandi or Ariadna, plus another houseguest will be evicted from the “Celebrity Big Brother” house.

On Sunday, the finale for “Celebrity Big Brother” will air at 8 p.m. EST on CBS. Five houseguests will make it to the finale, but three of them will be evicted during the first hour of the competition. The three evicted houseguests will join the former evictees and become members of the jury. They will be the ones to decide who should win the $250,000.

Details about this week’s POV game, as well as the finale are still being kept under wraps. But evicted houseguests already named who they want to win in the end. Metta World Peace said that he wants Ross to win. Keshia Knight Pulliam and Chuck Liddell said that they want Omarosa to bring home the grand prize, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Meanwhile, “Celebrity Big Brother” host Julie Chen just hinted on the possibility that the reality TV competition will now become a yearly event.

“It’s definitely possible. With these ratings, it did what we hoped as opposed to running repeats of the current state of shows. It all depends how well all the shows on the air are doing,” she told Entertainment Weekly.