This is probably one of the most critical Big Brother 21 Power of Veto competitions thus far. Isabella Wang, Sam Smith, and Nick Maccarone want to play in it to ensure that they help Cliff Hogg III take out one of the Six Shooters. They also want to play in it to prevent Christie Murphy from using her power against them.

The Six Shooters want to play in it and win it to save one of their games. They also hope that Christie will let one of them use her power to target Nick and Bella. Cliff would like to use it to execute his plan to take out one of the Six Shooters. The outcome could really have exciting results whether it’s used, not used, or the power is activated. Last night, Cliff made the boldest move of the season by nominating Jackson Michie and Jack Matthews for eviction. This meant it was very critical that one of them won the Veto to try to keep the Six Shooters alive.

Prior to the feeds going down, the Veto players were picked. The original players picked to play alongside Cliff, Jack, and Jackson were Jessica Milagros, Holly Allen, and Sam. Jack didn’t like that pick so decided to activate his power. The new players chosen were Sam (again), Kathryn Dunn, and Analyse Talavera. This redraw didn’t really do much because we still have one player who would probably save Jackson if they win, Sam is still playing (who has been good at Veto competitions so far), and Analyse is the only player who would probably save Jack, so he made his chances a little better but not by much.

So who won this week’s Big Brother 21 Power of Veto?



Jackson won the Power of Veto! 

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