The Big Brother 15 spoilers for the week 4 Power of Veto Ceremony are in from the Big Brother Live Feeds! The results of the PoV ceremony were leaked this morning and we have the spoilers for you and our speculation who will go home on Big Brother 2013 this week as a result!
The whole house has been kind of in chaos since Elissa was named as the third eviction nominee this week. Because she had been Most Valuable Player for three weeks in a row, no one was expecting her to be the MVP eviction nominee. The Power of Veto Ceremony results today just made it all that more confusing for the HouseGuests.
No one really understands what is going on right now. Half the house thinks Elissa won the Most Valuable Player again this week and put herself on the block, only to end up winning the Power of Veto. A few suspect America might have had the MVP vote but they don’t get why the viewers would have put Elissa up for eviction in the first place.
We know, of course, that America did have the Big Brother Most Valuable Player power this week and we’ve theorized on exactly how Elissa might have been chosen as the third eviction nominee. However she got put up there, it really became a moot point after she won the PoV. Despite bitching at points that she kind of wanted to leave and moaning about how much she misses her family, no one believed that Rachel Reilly’s sister would just throw in the towel and not use the Veto to save herself.
So what happened at the Power of Veto Ceremony for week 4? Did Rachel surprise everyone by deciding not to step off the block so she could potentially go back to her family? If she saved herself, who did America pick as their third choice for the MVP eviction nominee this week? (We say third because it seems almost 99 percent certain Aaryn was the first choice originally before Judd put her up.) Click the plus sign below our SPOILER ALERT! banner below for the Big Brother spoilers from the week 4 Power of Veto Ceremony!
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Elissa did indeed use the Power of Veto to remove herself from the block. Many of the HouseGuests were hoping that the person named as the replacement nominee would finally reveal who was the Big Brother Most Valuable Player this week. Those who hoped for a clear clue on who the MVP was were in for quite a surprise.
There was a lot of talk around the house that Amanda might end up as the third eviction nominee this week after Elisa used the PoV. That talk was echoed by fans as well, who speculated that perhaps viewers were getting a little sick of Amanda’s bossy nature and weird showmance with McCrae. Despite all the rumors both inside and outside of the Big Brother 15 house, Amanda was not America’s third choice for eviction this week.
Instead, that honor went to GinaMarie of the so-called ‘Mean Girls’ (Aaryn, GM and Kaitlin), making it a complete set of them up for eviction this week. Apparently America did not forget that as much as they hate all of Aaryn’s offensive remarks and racist commentary, GinaMarie is equally as guilty and has said a few things that even put Aaryn’s nastiness to shame. Plus, GinaMarie’s ridiculous, overly dramatic reaction to Nick being eliminated just made us want to wipe her off our TV and computer screens as quickly as possible.
Without a strong backdoor target going up on the block, like Howard or Amanda, it’s kind of a toss up at this point which of the three ‘Mean Girls’ will be going home on Thursday night’s CBS Big Brother 15 live eviction show. Of course, we’ll bring you all the latest plots and schemes in our ongoing 2013 Big Brother Live Feeds spoilers coverage.
Meanwhile, the HouseGuests are still all running around like chickens with their heads cut off because the secret is still in the bag that America was the MVP this week, not one of them.
What do you think of the Veto Ceremony results today? Did things turn out like you hoped they would or are you disappointed in the outcome?
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