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Week 6 Heads of Household winners: ‘Big Brother 16’ spoiler alert

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The “Big Brother 16” houseguests have fought hard to stay in the house this year, resorting to all kinds of tricks, including throwing competitions and back-dooring houseguests. The week six Head of Household competition was no exception.

The houseguests played the Head of Household game so well that there were no winners by the time the Thursday, July 31 show ended. But the "Big Brother 16" week six Head of Household winners were revealed on the live feeds at approximately 7:30 p.m. PT or 10:30 p.m. ET. Donny Thompson and Nicole Franzel walked away the winners of the competition. The exact nature of the final questions, or questions, was not revealed, but it had something to do with guessing a number. Nicole and Donny guessed the closest and came away the winners.

The new Heads of Household had a meeting shortly after winning and agreed that they should each nominate one strong and one weak Houseguest for eviction. Donny suggested that each of them nominate one of the other’s targets. Nicole agreed this might be a good idea and the two discussed possible nominees for eviction.

Caleb Reynolds has been Donny Thompson’s main target for a couple of weeks. Donny and Amber, who was evicted during Thursday night’s live show, and Donny has been wary of the manner in which Caleb attempted to pursue Amber romantically. Donny also knows that Caleb is in an alliance with his fellow Team America members Derrick and Frankie. Caleb is a strong competitor and could possibly go to the final three with Derrick Levasseur and Frankie Grande.

Zach Rance became Nicole’s main target when he called her a “Fruit Loop Dingus” during last week’s nomination ceremony. He was extremely mean and rude and made Nicole cry, especially because he put her up for eviction with her Christine, her main ally in the house.

“Big Brother 16” fans will see the completion of the week six Head of Household competition on Sunday, August 3. The show will air at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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