Paul Abrahamian on BIG BROTHER, Sunday, Sept. 10 (8:00 -- 9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.  Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2017 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights ReservedTwo new reality TV show winners were just crowned at pretty much the exact same time.

UPDATE: Well, I was wrong about the "Big Brother 19" winner. Despite Josh winning Final HoH and taking Paul to the end -- which seemed like a bad choice -- Josh ended up winning by one vote. Or, to put it another way, Paul ended up losing by one vote. AGAIN! The same thing happened to him last year. He hasn't learned the concept of unnecessary lies as bad social game. Cody was the final vote giving the win to Josh. Cody also won America's Favorite Houseguest. I was wrong about that, too, thinking it would be Kevin. But it was always going to be Kevin vs. Cody.

In terms of AGT ... it was Darci Lynne! So I was right about that one. Congrats to all!

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One of them is likely to annoy a lot of viewers -- that's the "Big Brother 19" winner. It will be either Paul Abrahamian or Josh Martinez, but it's 95 percent Paul. Either way, many BB fans will be frustrated. Over on "America's Got Talent" Season 12, ventriloquist Darci Lynnehas the edge to beat out her competition. If she loses, it will most likely be to adorable Angelica Hale. It's a warm-hearted win either way.

Back to "Big Brother," though. There was hope that Josh would take out Paul, if Josh won Part 3 of the Final Head of Household competition. We will see that tonight, after watching the rest of Part 1 and Part 2. Those results are already known from the live feeds. Josh and Paul will compete tonight in the live Part 3 comp. If Josh won, he had previously said he would take out BB18 vet Paul, giving him a strong argument to win. But last night on the live feeds, he said he was planning to take Paul anyway, thinking he couldn't beat Christmas Abbott.

That is crazy. But the house does things to the finalists' minds. Either way, Paul won Part 3 last year when he lost to Nicole Franzel and he is likely to win Part 3 again. That would render Josh's choice moot. Paul would take Josh to the end, and he would almost certainly win. The jury may be bitter, but they are unlikely to be so bitter as a group that they'd be willing to reward one of Paul's minions over Paul himself. Josh could've helped himself by not fighting with most of the houseguests, and not doing the pots and pans bashing with circus music, but instead he did all of that and that's why Paul is dragging his a** to the end. His only saving grace is that he was honest in his goodbye messages while Paul kept lying. There's a glimmer of hope for Josh, but not as much hope as there would be if he won Part 3 and took Christmas to the end.

At least the America's Favorite vote will go to someone the BB fans can all agree on. Just kidding! It'll probably be Cody vs. Kevin and fans have very strong, divided feelings about that, too.

Back on "AGT," Darci Lynne joined the finalists Tuesday night to perform one final time:

If you look at the "America's Got Talent" YouTube, Darci's videos have many more views than her competitors, and she was given "overwhelming" odds to win. She could still lose, but it would be a bit of a surprise.Angelica Hale seems to be her closest competition, but we could still be surprised on that front and see both lose to a third option.

The "Big Brother 19" finale will air from 8 to 10 p.m. tonight (Wednesday, Sept. 20) on CBS. The "America's Got Talent" Season 12 Live Results Finale will air from the same time on NBC.

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