In the last 10 seasons, only two women have ever won the game, season 11's Jordan Lloyd and season 13's Rachel Reilly. Liz, Steve, and Vanessa have made it to the final three. Vanessa has been asking Steve to throw her the HOH, but he isn't that dumb. According to a report from Big Brother Network on Wednesday, Steve and Vanessa sat Liz down and explained their final two deal.
Instead, let's study the two actual possibilities. Liz will get Austin and Julia's votes, but what about the rest of the jury? It was a tight match between insane Johnny Mac and prankster James.
That leaves Becky, James, Meg and Jackie. Steve believes he can beat Liz, which is probably true.
Sadly, it would be a toss-up.
"At this point, Vanessa has gotten away with bloody murder". Meanwhile, Vanessa seems a little less sure in her decision but based on the amount of assurances she's given Liz throughout the week, it looks like she would evict Steve. Once again, it comes down the Goblins. He may also be able to beat Vanessa, especially since Austin and several of the other jury members are bitter. Assuming they use the same competition, answering questions about things the jurors said after they left the house, it's a toss-up.
Speculation kicked into overdrive about Vanessa being the fixed winner of the show. Why? He's definitely prepared and I give him the edge. Can Steve pull off the upset win? Audrey told AJC that she's seen Jace, Jeff and Clay at Big Brother events since they were ousted from the program.
Big Brother 17 airs its finale tonight at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
At 22, Steve would be the fourth-youngest victor ever. She would also be the third-oldest victor ever, behind season 8's Evel Dick Donato and season 7's Mike "Boogie" Malin. Middleton spilled on her fellow houseguests, including her pick to win. Season 3 victor Lisa Donahue's birthday is February 4. Although she does not have a vote to cast on finale night, she has had the benefit of being out of sequester.