Ready to find out who won Power of Veto on Big Brother 16 this week? We have the Big Brother spoilers from the Live Feeds on the results of the competition! We’re not sure if this outcome will bode well for the backdoor plan currently in the works. We’ll have to wait and see how things progress on the Live Feeds before the Veto Meeting on Monday.
WARNING: This post contains Big Brother 16 spoilers on alliances, strategy, competition results and more from the Live Feeds that have not yet aired on the CBS show. Please proceed at your own Big Brother 2014 spoilers risk!
The players for the week 6 PoV Comp were Nicole as Head of Household, Zach and Jocasta as the nominees, and Christine, Caleb, and Victoria as the chosen players. Frankie played host.
This was one of the longest Power of Veto Competitions we’ve ever seen. The Big Brother Live Feeds went off around 5PM and did not come back until after 10PM. What was even more irritating about the Live Feeds being off so long is that Big Brother After Dark was showing footage when they were still dark! Not cool CBS.
We’re guessing production did not expect the competition to take so long. Because normally they would not want people hearing random stuff being yelled from the comp on BBAD, even if you couldn’t see anything. Frankie was yelling at one point on BBAD about missing a puzzle piece. Zach was yelling and b**tching, etc.
The Power of Veto Competition appears to have been an individual timed challenge puzzle. When the Live Feeds finally came back on at 10:25PM, the Houseguests described the challenge as a puzzle with a trampoline and a zip line, or something like that. The person who won ended up being Christine.
Will Christine use the Veto to take either Zach or Jocasta off the block so the plan to backdoor Frankie could move forward? Well, from Big Brother spoilers we saw on the Live Feeds after the competition, the answer is probably no. At least so far. Christine said on the Feeds that she won’t be using the Veto, which means that Zach will most likely be headed out the door.