After several days of awesome drama on the Big Brother 15 Live Feeds, we’ve been waiting anxiously to see who won the Power of Veto for week 9. No matter who took home the win, we knew it was going to flame the wildfire inside the house even further. However, we were really, really hoping that things would work out just right for an awesome, game-changing backdoor eviction this week.
Well, we just got the Big Brother spoilers in for who won the Power of Veto Competition this week and let’s just say… things have gone a whole different kind of crazy than just a few hours ago! After a rather lackluster season of unanimous votes and predictable evictions, things are starting to get exciting inside the Big Brother 15 house at last. We just can’t wait to see the groveling, begging, scheming, crying and catfighting that is going to happen on the Big Brother Live Feeds over the next few weeks as a result of the Veto Competition results today!
Ready to find out who won the Power of Veto on Big Brother this week and will have the chance to save themselves, or another HouseGuest, from eviction? Scroll on down past our SPOILER ALERT! banner below for the scoop!
We had one major fear when new Head of Household Elissa Slater decided to put Aaryn Gries and McCrae Olson up on the block together, instead of putting up McCrae and showmance partner Amanda Zuckerman. And now that fear has come horribly true. It wasn’t what we were hoping would happen this week but we are betting it is going to lead to some serious power shifts, alliance moves and awesome b*tch fights for the rest of the week. And isn’t that what the show is really all about?
Elissa had initially said she was targeting Aaryn to go this week but secretly she was actually kind of plotting to backdoor Amanda. Then Amanda was chosen as one of the players for the Power of Veto Competition late, late last night. The moment her name was randomly drawn by Elissa as one of the extra players this week, we knew things were going to go south.
Now Elissa couldn’t technically backdoor Amanda, since she would have the chance to play for Veto. Plus, there was the chance that Amanda could WIN something for the very first time and then she would be able to save McCrae and herself from a possibly replacement nominee eviction at the same time. That would be the worst case scenario for Elissa, her allies, and everyone on Earth who is sick of McCranda running the house.
Well folks, we have to tell you that the worst case scenario just happened. Amanda, GinaMarie Zimmerman, Elissa, McCrae and Aaryn played for the Power of Veto this afternoon — and Amanda finally won a frakking competition. So now it looks pretty darn certain that McCrae and Amanda will once again be safe this week. Aaryn dear, we think your days are now possibly very numbered… because without Amanda to get out, Elissa is going to be all about getting her out. Unless, of course, she decides she hates Andy Herren more for being a rat fink than she hates Aaryn for being… well… Aaryn.
Cue the Big Brother 15 is rigged for Amanda to win conspiracy theories in 5… 4… 3… 2… 1…
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