The Big Brother spoilers are in for the Power of Veto Meeting results in week three. Did the winner use their power to take someone off the block, forcing a new houseguest to go up as a renom? Or were the nominations left the same, which means the primary target for this week’s eviction is still the one most likely to go home on Thursday?
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As the Head of Household and winner of the Power of Veto Competition this week, Bridgette Dunning has a huge amount of control over who is next to be evicted. Unfortunately, she’s pretty much given all that control to veteran Frank Eudy. Well, it’s not unfortunate for Frank, of course, but I would have liked to have seen Bridgette do something awesomely bold and shocking with all that power. Instead, she’s just done exactly what Frank has told her for the most part.
Such is the case with the Power of Veto Meeting results on Monday. Bridgette could have used her win as a chance to shake up the nominations. Although since Frank basically has her in a total bind with her Spy Girls ally Bronte on the block, that probably wouldn’t have done much of anything. Especially since it would have been impossible for her to even turn on Frank with a renom since he’s on her team and thus immune because she won Head of Household. Not that she’d even consider that because she totally trusts the guy who is pretty much just using her as tool for his own game.
So Bridgette left the nominations as they were, which came as a shock to no one, not even Tiffany. She was told by multiple sources previously that Bridgette would not use the Power of Veto. She’s also at least decently aware she could very well go home on Thursday, despite being told by some of her so-called allies that Bronte is the target. She doesn’t trust anyone though, even the people she says she absolutely does. So hopefully (for her), she’ll start campaigning for those votes to stay hardcore at this point.
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