Big Brother's houseguests evicted Bayleigh, a 25-year-old flight attendant from Lees Summit, MO, who currently resides in Atlanta, GA, from the house through a 6-1 vote instead of Rockstar, a 35-year-old stay-at-home mom from Columbia, MD.
Sam Bledsoe was the only houseguest who voted to oust Rockstar from the game, and Tyler Crispen was unable to vote at all due to the "BB Hacker" twist in the game.
"I'm not scared of none of these people," Bayleigh told Big Brother host Julie Chen in her post-eviction interview.
"I do love them, but they get on my last nerve. You don't understand. Being in that house with those people drove me insane. I had to keep my mouth shut because they already expected me to be crazy so then it just kind of exploded."
Bayleigh also acknowledged telling Rachel Swindler about her Power App was her biggest mistake in the game -- but she wouldn't "shut up" -- and she's definitely in love with Chris "Swaggy C" Williams. Bayleigh was ecstatic to learn Swaggy C had taken initiative to meet her family.
"He better be in love with me or I will kick his butt," Bayleigh noted of the game's second evictee with a laugh.
Bayleigh became the first jury member who will determine Big Brother's Season 20 winner.
Haleigh Broucher felt extremely guilty one of her closest allies, Bayleigh, was sitting on the chopping block. Haleigh's goal was to conceal her identity as the "BB Hacker" all week, but it was an oversight that people in the house might point fingers at her alliance members and best friends.
Meanwhile, Bayleigh called Angela's move "the dumbest [one] in history" given she was targeting someone in the house who had actually been there for her. The reason Bayleigh didn't use her Power App this week was to not steal power away from Angela during her HoH reign.
Tyler was convinced Bayleigh was the "BB Hacker," but she swore on her life that she wasn't. Either way, Tyler didn't care because she still had a Power App and was a dangerous player in the game.
Tyler got a little loud with Bayleigh in the kitchen, and she didn't understand where Tyler's backbone suddenly came from. She felt "disrespected" by her former ally.
Haleigh then decided she wanted to come clean with Bayleigh because they were such good friends. Haleigh didn't want to give Bayleigh a reason to dislike her or lose trust in her.
Once Haleigh revealed she was the hacker, she broke down into tears. Bayleigh was obviously upset and disappointed, but she comforted her pal in her time of need. Bayleigh was just frustrated in general about her position on the block.
"Everybody was so quick to show their true colors," Bayleigh cried to Haleigh.
Haleigh revealed that she hadn't told one person in the house she's the "BB Hacker."
"I'm working my way up to telling everybody else and obviously risking my game... To sit there and watch someone go home who's been a good friend and a good player in this game, it just doesn't seem fear," Haleigh explained to cameras.
Haleigh then called a house meeting and disclosed she was the "BB Hacker." Haleigh insisted she did not nominate Tyler for "personal reasons," nor did she ever intend to steal Angela's power. Haleigh insisted this was her only time to make a big move.
Haleigh also announced that Tyler had approached her last week to suggest Angela should be backdoored. Tyler laughed, "That's hilarious!"
Tyler argued that he had only asked Bayleigh when she was Head of Household if Angela was going to be a replacement nominee -- that he never said he wanted her to be nominated.
What started out as a small argument quickly escalated into an explosive fight between Bayleigh and Tyler.
ayleigh began screaming at Tyler until there appeared to be blood in her mouth, and Tyler kept repeating he's "not a villain." Bayleigh called Tyler "a child" and said she no longer wanted him to do well in the game because he had played her.
Tyler couldn't believe Bayleigh had gotten so upset, and it led to him crying as well. Tyler couldn't wrap his head around how things had gotten so out of hand.
It then became time for the live eviction. In her final speech to the houseguests, Bayleigh decided to be "the bigger person" and apologize to Tyler for her yelling, saying that's never an appropriate way to act.
Afterward, the "BB Hacker" announced which houseguest would be unable to vote. Preventing a single vote was the hacker's last power of the week.
The person unable to cast an eviction vote was Tyler.
Once Bayleigh left the game with a nearly-unanimous vote, the houseguests -- except for Angela, who as the outgoing HoH was deemed ineligible to compete -- played in the next Head of Household competition.
Dubbed #HashtagTooLong, the competition required the participating houseguests to face off two at a time at a podium and match the correct photo to the meaning of a given hashtag. The first person to buzz in with the correct answer would move on, while the opposing player would be eliminated.