Big Brother 15 Spoilers: Who Won the Power of Veto For Week 10? 8/31/2013

Big-Brother-Power-of-Veto1No matter who won Power of Veto on Big Brother 15 this week, it was going to be bad news for one of the strongest alliances in the house all season long. Unless something totally crazy happens before the live eviction on Thursday, it’s going to be a major shakeup in the house come voting time. Can’t wait until the CBS show to find out who won the Big Brother Power of Veto Competition for week 10? Keep on reading for our Big Brother spoilers from the Live Feeds!

The action is finally flying fast and furious inside the house now with less than a month to go until the Big Brother 2013 finale. There are only seven HouseGuests left and seven of them are now totally in it for themselves. We aren’t counting Amanda Zuckerman, because she honestly seems to actually be more afraid of McCrae Olson leaving than herself. McCrae, on the other hand, is quite willing to kick Amanda out the door if he has to in order to get to the finale.

After the new Head of Household announced their eviction nominations on Friday, the HouseGuests have been all over the place. Half of them were celebrating wildly but scared silly of what would happen at the Power of Veto Competition. The other half were crying, wailing and gnashing their teeth about the upcoming eviction on Thursday and which side of the Big Brother 15 house door they are going to be on when it is over.

Ready to find out who won Power of Veto on Big Brother for week 10 and who we think is most likely to get evicted next Thursday as a result. Just keep scrolling below our SPOILER ALERT! banner below to find out!

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On Monday, new Head of Household GinaMarie Zimmerman stuck with the plan she formulated with her new The Exterminators Alliance teammates Andy, Spencer and Judd. For her eviction nominations this week, GinaMarie put up McCrae and Amanda against each other on the block. If one of them won the Power of Veto, the other one would become the final target for the week. If neither of them won the Power of Veto, no one would use it to save either of them and the final decision would have to be made which one would be voted out.

Amanda and McCrae were blindsided by the eviction nominations. They had been reasonabily well convinced by GinaMarie (and Amanda’s assumptions of her power as puppet-master) that GM would put up Elissa and Spencer. When she put them up instead, Amanda went into massive meltdown mode, crying, screaming, attacking everyone verbally and basically losing her sh*t. The sad thing is that she was more worried about McCrae than herself, or at least, that’s what she kept saying. McCrae, meanwhile, was also pissed off as hell, crying, and trying to save his skin no matter what happens.

At the Veto Competition, McCrae and Amanda finally had to battle it out against each other for the win that would save one of them from eviction. They were joined in the challenge by GinaMarie as Head of Household and Andy, Elissa and Spencer as the randomly selected players. Judd was the host. Before going into the competition, Andy had previously stated he did not want to win and would throw it.

Much to the dismay of those who were really hoping to boot McCrae out in next Thursday’s eviction, he was the winner of the Power of Veto. If Amanda truly does care more about McCrae surviving the eviction than herself, this should at least make her a little happy? We bet not though, as now she’s going to spend the rest of the week being a crazy f**k until she hopefully gets thrown out on her a**.

Let’s not forget that next Thursday will be a double eviction! So it is possible that we could potentially see both halves of the showmance evicted in the same week.

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