Big Brother 19 Paul Revealed How He Plans To Win Over The Jury In The Final 2, Sept 17th

Big Brother 19 Paul Revealed How He Plans To Win Over The Jury In The Final 2, Sept 17th

Alright guys. So, yesterday, September 17,2017 was another slow day on the Big Brother season 19 live feeds. However, there were a couple of interesting moments. Paul revealed a rough draft of what he plans to say to win the jury over if he makes it to the final two. We also finally heard what Christmas plans to do in regards to whether or not she’ll campaign to get taken to the final two.

As previously reported, Paul won round one of the three part final HOH competition. Josh won the second round over Christmas. So now, Christmas is left on the outs as the third lingering houseguest. Josh and Paul are going to face off against each other in the third round to see who will claim the final HOH. It’s set to take place during the LIVE finale show this Wednesday night,September 20,2017.

Yesterday, Paul was seen at around 7:38 pm pacific time practicing his big elaborate speech that he plans to deliver to the jury if he makes final two. We consider this a rough draft as there’s no doubt it will need to be adjusted if Josh wins the final HOH and takes him.

So, with no further ado, here’s what the great Paul speech will probably sound like if he is able to pull off the final HOH win and get to the final two that way. During his practicing, he stated, “Houseguests, I know that at some point every single one of you either thought of or wanted to try to get me out of this game because of who I was. I was the most obvious target of the entire game.

The second I walked through these doors not only was I faced with a disadvantage but I was forced to play a different game than all of you. I was the odd man out and I had no time to think so I started playing immediately with the friendship bracelets. I needed other people to show off their capabilities. Of course I did’t want the first HOH. I already had enough enemies. I let somebody else take the role.

At that point, I always set the example of having a house target. I always set my social game up to make sure there weren’t enough numbers to get me out. I always made sure there was a bigger target than me.

I always controlled the HOHs except two. After the first Double Elimination, the house targets started to shrink so I had to change up my strategy and I did. I positioned myself between the three pairs. At that point, my positioning was perfect. I didn’t need to win any competitions. I had everybody else win them. I had specific people win and they started to take shots at each other.

All the pairs were taking each other down instead of taking me out. I was maneuvering my way to the top until I was left with the final pair Josh and Christmas. From that point forward, I knew I had to win my way to the end and I did.

I won the most important HOH to secure my spot in the final three. And I won the most important POV to secure who came to the final three with me. And then I won part 1 and part 3 of the final HOH competition to secure my spot right here and I also got to choose who came with me.

That’s a total of ten competition wins. Every single time that I won HOH, I also won the vetoes that came with it which meant when I was in power, I had full control of the week. Not only that, the four other vetoes that I won not only kept me safe in the game but were pivotal wins that pushed me forward.

From the second I walked through those doors, I worked my a@# off day after day not only as the biggest target. Not only as the biggest threat. And whether I was your ally, friend, mentor or your target, everyone always wanted to know what I was thinking or what I was doing.

I fought my way to this point right here without even touching the block one single time. And that’s not by luck. That’s not by friendship. That’s by playing the hell out of “Big Brother” which is exactly what I came back to do. Thank You.”

So, that’s the rough gist of what we can expect to see Paul say on finale night if he does indeed make the final two in the fashion that he desires. What do you guys think? Would that be good enough to get your jury vote? I think it’s sufficient as long as he owns his game and doesn’t continue to lie to the houseguests like he’s been doing in his goodbye messages.

Alright, so now let’s get to the Christmas part of this article. Yeah, she revealed whether or not she’ll be campaigning to be taken to the final two. And just like I was thinking, she’s just going to lie down and tell Josh and Paul to take each other.

At around 12:32 am today,September 18,2017, Christmas was talking to herself on the hammock in the backyard and said, “I don’t know how I can be so happy and be so broken hearted about something at the same time. I came here with a broken heart. I’m leaving with a broken heart. I’m super disappointed with my performance.

I know I’m having a pity party right now but I feel like that is deserved because I have not had a pity party all freakin summer with my broken f@#cking foot. It still hurts. I don’t know if I should talk to both of them separately and tell them to bring the other person to final two. And I’ll just take third.

I feel like nobody else would’ve stayed with a broken foot. So, does that make me exceptional or does that make me the girl that got carried through because she has a broken foot? I’m just having a hard time deciphering that right now especially with that last performance.

For the first time in a very long time I’m a little freaked out about the unknown. I don’t know what’s going to happen after here. I don’t know what’s going to happen with my business. I don’t know what’s going to happen with me and these friendships. My heart.”

And that was it. From there, Josh ran out an interrupted her with a bowl of buttery popcorn and the conversation went to a whole other place. Paul eventually joined them so they could talk and giggle about nothing significant.

So, that was it for any important chatter that took place on the live feeds yesterday and into the early morning hours of today. The other conversations just featured them joking around and talking about their lives outside the house. It was really boring.

If Christmas does actually decide to settle for third without any kind of attempt to negotiate taking her to the final two, we don’t expect things to get too much more interesting unless Josh has another moment where he thinks it might be better to take Christmas over Paul.

We’ll keep checking the feeds to see if anything interesting happens the rest of today and tomorrow. The feeds will probably cut out on Wednesday since that’s finale day. But, we’ll check to make sure. If anything interesting happens, we’ll be sure to let you guys know. Stay tuned. Also, be sure to follow us on our Big Brother Facebook page for more Big Brother news by Clicking Here.

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