The Big Brother spoilers for the Power of Veto Ceremony in week two are in from the Big Brother Live Feeds. We had been expecting what happened based on the talk going on overnight, but we still think Big Brother should be punishing someone for breaking one of the show’s rules…
Last night on the Big Brother Live Feeds, the final Head of Household for this week, Shelli, made it very clear what her plans were for the Power of Veto Ceremony. She pretty much told everyone that she was going to put Meg up as the Replacement Nominee when John took himself off the block. Shelli actually told Meg directly, which happens to be a violation of Big Brother rules.
Will production call her out on breaking one of the no-no rules? We doubt it, since they’ve pretty much ignored the rules about not telling nominees they were being nominated, or evictees that they are being evicted, for years.
When the Big Brother Live Feeds returned from the Power of Veto Ceremony blackout on Monday morning, things seemed to have gone exactly as Shelli planned. John used his Power of Veto to save himself. Shelli then put up Meg as the pawn Replacement Nominee against Da’Vonne. The plan is to shove Da’Vonne out the door on Thursday and right now it looks pretty solid.
However, we still have to take into account the Kathy Griffin “Last Laugh” BB Takeover Twist. Whichever Houseguest answers that 7th phone call will be able to nullify three votes at the eviction. The big question is, will they know they have this power BEFORE it’s time to vote? If so, they could potentially flip the house on the vote. If not, we still see it going badly for Da’Vonne, as most HGs won’t vote against the majority and thus the twist wouldn’t make any difference.
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