Big Brother 15 has had a dramatic season filled with crazy fights, racist comments, and backstabbing galore, but the Final 3 contestants weren’t heavily featured in any of the above. Though Spencer Clawson and GinaMarie Zimmerman are under fire for bigoted and shocking comments on the live feeds, neither them nor Andy Herren were villainized on the show — instead, they flew under the radar and formed their own alliance, The Exterminators.

However, the trio can’t all win in the September 18 live finale. Tonight at 9:30 ET on CBS, we’ll see one of them crowned as the final Head of Household and immediately choose someone to go head-to-head with to win $500,000. From there, the jury — notably all women, save for McCrae and Judd (and perhaps Andy or Spencer)  — will crown the latest Big Brother winner.

Since Andy, GinaMarie, and Spencer are all still locked in the Big Brother house, Wetpaint Entertainment turned to eliminated contestant Nick Uhas, who was in alliances with two out of three of the finalists, for his power rankings, plus his final prediction for the BB15 winner. Read on to see what he had to say about the Final 3, then hit the comments with your thoughts!

Wetpaint Entertainment: You were blindsided by the Moving Company. Have you been keeping up since your eviction?

Nick Uhas: I have. I have been traveling a lot, so I don’t watch it live, but I went back and watched every episode. It’s kind of crazy, too, because I kind of had this prediction from the get-go: If the Moving Company is removed, I would say out of the four that were left, maybe only one would make it. And it did! It’s Spencer.

Early on, Spencer wasn’t pegged as a frontrunner. He was a leader, but he didn’t have a clear strategy.

Spencer has a way of convincing people very easily, so you trust Spencer right away because he’s non-threatening with a beard, he’s a bit bitter. You don’t immediately think, “Oh, man, this guy’s out to get me!” He’s very non-athletic, so you think that come toe-to-toe, I’m going to win any competition if it’s me and him. People just kept him around, so he kept dodging the bullet, but that’s good strategy in it of itself!


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He was on the block every week, yet never got evicted.

Yeah, there’s always a bigger threat.

Also, Andy had a good game in that he backstabbed, but no one suspected it. Out of the Final 3, they all flew under the radar, yet killed it in other ways.

They played one of the best under-the-radar games. If that in it of itself is a game, then they nailed it. They didn’t necessarily have to do a super boisterous game because other people too care of that for them.

As for the Final 3, can you give me some insight into your power rankings?

Here are the different scenarios on how things could go down: If Spencer wins HOH, he’ll probably end up taking Andy because it’s a little easier for him to negotiate with Andy than it would be to get out Andy. So if GinaMarie wins HOH, she’ll probably take Andy and Spencer will leave. If Andy wins HOH, he’ll probably take Spencer and not GinaMarie.

It’s really important that GinaMarie wins HOH in order to get to the Final 2, because it is a Hail Mary pass and I believe for sure that jury will respect the McCranda breakup, her honest game, and they will give her the win over either Andy or Spencer. It’s an all-girl jury with Judd and McCrae, and if you just go down the history. They all say, “Oh, we want to go based on gameplay,” but that’s kind of not true ever because what happens is it becomes a personal game in the first hour. So, while GinaMarie personally may have some riffs with people in the house, in comparison to Andy and Spencer, she doesn’t at all. She wins HOH, she’s going to get it. Any other combination is Spencer and Andy.

And who will win if it comes down to Spencer and Andy?

Between the two, it will probably be a toss-up with the jury because they both played very similar games. I don’t have a gut feeling. Andy was the perpetual “yes” man. He just said “yes, yes, yes, yes, yes,” and everyone believed him. Spencer sort of did the same thing. “I trust you the most,” he said, then another person walks into the room and he’s like, “I trust you the most.” Big moves, they were at least consistent with their game play being somewhat neutral.

Who do you think will win Big Brother 15? Leave your thoughts and theories below, and catch the live finale at 9:30 p.m. ET on CBS.


Alyse Whitney is Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+.