Vote For America's Favorite Houseguest On 'BB18'

Big Brother 18 is officially reaching it's end, with the competition finally down to the final three houseguests: Paul, James, and Nicole. And that means it's that time again, time for us viewers to choose America's Favorite Houseguest. Regardless of who the Jury votes to win BB18, the audience has the power to give out their own pot of gold — $25,000 is nothing to sneeze at — to their favorite contestant by voting to choose their favorite competitor of the season. Voting closes on Monday, Sept. 19, so you've gotta get those votes in fast. Here's how you can vote for America's Favorite Houseguest on Big Brother 18 .

Voting for America's Favorite Houseguest is pretty easy, really. All you have to do is go to Big Brother's official CBS website and click on the tab that reads "America's Favorite Houseguest." You should be taken to a page that has photos of all BB18 houseguests — including Glenn, who only made it a few hours into the season, and the final three, James, Paul, and Nicole. Just click on who you want to win to vote, and you're done! Don't forget, you can vote up to 20 times per day, so, if you can't decide on one favorite to vote for, you can spread out your votes among your favs. (Just make sure you don't split your votes equally, that could essentially cancel them out.)

Who is going to win America's Favorite Houseguest this season is anybody's guess. James won the title just last year when he was a contestant on BB17, and Frank is also a past winner, but something tells me Frank won't be getting the title this year. It's possible that Victor will get the prize, considering he's the first contestant in Big Brother history to fight himself back into the house not once, but twice. Other fan favorites of the season are Natalie, Paul (Friendship!), and Da'Vonne. That said, it's Big Brother — anything could happen. So, don't forget to vote, and find out the winner of America's Favorite Houseguest on the Big Brother 18 season finale Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 9:30 p.m. ET.

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