Who won Power of Veto on Big Brother this week and will have the opportunity to decide who will end up as the final eviction nominees? Will the new Head of Household get to stick with their original plan of who they want out this week, or will they be forced to put up a renom that might shake things up? We have Big Brother spoilers from the Live Feeds if you can’t wait until Wednesday night’s show to find out!
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After the new Head of Household was named late on Thursday night after the CBS show ended, a plan quickly went into action on who would go up on the block. Freshly crowned HoH Paul Abrahamian wants Bridgette out, out, out. To make sure that happens, he wanted one of his ‘bros’ to go up on the block against her as a pawn. That way there would be another strong, solid player in the Power of Veto Competition to hopefully make sure she didn’t win it.
At first Paul’s efforts to get a pawn on board faltered, but eventually he somehow ended up with several people volunteering, including Paulie Calafiore. Honestly, we’d think Paulie would know better than to actually be willing to step up as a pawn. Pawns very often go home, and a Calafiore brother should be educated enough about the show not to do something so unwise! Apparently not though, because he agreed to go up against Bridgette on the block, and so Paul happily put him up there with her when it came time for the eviction nominations.
Even though Paul originally wanted Bridgette out, there are quite a few of his temporary allies who actually want it to be Da’Vonne who goes through the door this week. Paulie and Corey in particular are all about it because Da’Vonne has been talking smack endlessly about breaking up the ‘showmance’ couples in the house. So if Paulie or Bridgette won the Power of Veto, it was a strong bet that Da’Vonne would end up as the replacement nominee. Or at least, that’s what Paul promised everyone would happen — including his original target Bridgette.
Big Brother spoilers from the Live Feeds on Saturday morning revealed the lineup of players for the Power of Veto Competition this week. Corey, Victor, and Natalie were chosen from the draw to join HoH Paul and eviction nominees Bridgette and Paulie for the challenge. This meant that Da’Vonne had no chance of winning the PoV and could very easily become a backdoor replacement nominee for eviction.
The official results are now in from the Big Brother Live Feeds on who won Power of Veto this week. It was Paulie! So he’ll be taking himself off the block for certain. Looks like at this point it is highly likely Da’Vonne will end up replacing him at the Power of Veto Ceremony on Monday.
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