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‘Celebrity Big Brother’ Spoilers 2019: New HoH and Nominations Could Wildly Affect Finale Night

A new Celebrity Big Brother Head of Household (HoH) has been crowned just days before finale night, and it could change the direction of the game. Former NFL star Ricky Williams was crowned HoH this week after continuous eliminations where the target could have been him, according to Gold Derby. Many of the players in the house are ready to send Williams packing, but they won’t have that opportunity with the power in his hands.

Williams has been a key part of conversations this season, as he’s been said to be part of alliances, but secretly someone who houseguests wanted to vote out. But houseguests waited too long to try to evict the player, and now, Williams is one, giant step closer to winning the whole game.

When he entered the house, the former NFL player, who now practices Chinese medicine, said he would succeed in the house by offering healing tactics and positive energy in a way to win over his fellow celebrities.

114475_0424 Ricky Williams plays Celebrity Big Brother. Sonja Flemming/CBS

Former front runner, Tom Green was evicted from the house last round, giving more room for new targets. Without Green and Kato Kaelin, who have served as loud and strong players in the house, it’s uncertain what will happen to the remaining houseguests.

Left in the house is Williams and three women: Lolo Jones, Kandi Burruss, Tamar Braxton and Dina Lohan. Each of the women spoke with Williams to try to explain why they shouldn’t be on the block. Williams nominated Lohan and Burruss, but they may not stay as the final nominations. The Power of Veto is still up for grabs. The competition will take place on Monday, according to Big Brother Daily.

Former WWE fighter and reality star Natalie Eva Marie was evicted Friday in a double eviction. She spoke of the final houseguests and how she’d like to see both Burruss and Lohan evicted. “I also think she didn't start playing until just recently,” she said of Burruss in an interview with TV Guide. “She's just been crossing her fingers and hoping she doesn't get voted out. Everybody has different strategies and different game tactics, but for me, I think that's lame. I'm not saying you have to play balls to the wall or hard and crazy, but at least play a little bit!”

Eva Marie’s alliance extended to Jones, Braxton and Williams, so she’s hoping to see one of them win.

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