It’s still early days in the ‘Big Brother 20’ house, but Julie Chen
already has a favorite to take home the $500,000 at the end of the summer: Tyler Crispen
. “I’m gonna say Tyler,” she told “Entertainment Tonight.” He’s been playing the game, and he’s been playing it well, and he has no enemies.”
Chen was impressed by Tyler’s stint as the first Head of Household, during which he formed an alliance (Level 6) while playing both sides of the house, nominated two low-key people without “getting blood on his hands,” and got his target, Steve, out by getting Kaitlyn to flip.
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“I think he’s playing an excellent game,” Chen says. “He’s likable, he’s believable, he’s playing all sides of the house, but not in this unlikable, slimy way.