Big Brother 16 Spoilers: Who Won Power of Veto? 9/17/2014

We have the Big Brother spoilers in now from the Live Feeds on who won the all-important Power of Veto! This Veto Competition determines who has the only vote to evict for Tuesday night’s live eviction. So both of the eviction nominees on the block were desperate to take home the win.

Big Brother Power of Veto
Big Brother Power of Veto (CBS)

WARNING: This post contains Big Brother 16 spoilers on alliances, strategy, competition results and more. Please proceed at your own Big Brother 2014 spoilers risk!

We learned in previous Big Brother spoilers from the Live Feeds late on Tuesday night that new Head of Household Derrick had nominated Victoria and Caleb for eviction. Derrick, of course, wants Caleb out in Wednesday night’s live eviction. That way he’ll have Victoria and Cody with him in the final three and an almost guaranteed path to the final two.

All the power for this eviction is in the hands of the Power of Veto Competition winner, who gets to cast the only vote to evict this time. So there was no safety for Victoria if Caleb should win the Veto, despite Derrick’s strong desire to have her in the final three with him.

We don’t know exactly what went down at the Power of Veto Competition yet, but we do know who came out on top. In the Big Brother 2014 spoilers from the Live Feeds, we quickly found out after the comp that neither of the eviction nominees managed to pull off the win. Instead, it was Cody who managed to snag the most important Veto of the season.

Based on conversations from the Live Feeds, it looks pretty clear that Cody will use his sole vote on Wednesday night to make sure that Caleb is the next one out. That will leave a final three of Derrick, Victoria, and Cody. Which is pretty much exactly what Derrick was hoping would happen.

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