!SPOILER ALERT: Big Brother 12 Week 7 Veto Ceremony Results

The Power of Veto Ceremony for week 7 of Big Brother 12 has concluded. Things are just getting all kinds of crazy in the Big Brother house this week!  If you are ready to find out what happened at the POV Ceremony, just click next to the SPOILER tag below!

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Britney, as the new Head of Household, put up Enzo and Brendon for elimination. The plan was for Enzo to be a pawn and Brendon to get voted out. However, in the Veto Competition, Brendon won the Power of Veto yet again. During today’s Power of Veto Ceremony, Brendon removed himself from the block, leaving Britney to have to choose a replacement for him.

Enzo, Lane and Hayden have all been campaigning to get Matt nominated for elimination. Brendon is pretty much behind that as well. Meanwhile, Matt has been working Britney to try to get her to put up Ragan – his supposed BFF in the house. Unfortunately for him, that plan did not succeed. Britney put Matt up as Brendon’s replacement on the block, virtually guaranteeing he will be going to the Jury House this week.

This week is a double elimination though, so someone else will be joining Kathy and Rachel in the Jury House as well.

Other than the fact he is probably going home, Matt’s biggest problem in the house is that Ragan now knows his “cuddle buddy” Matt was hitting Britney hard trying to get her to nominate him. Talk about some drama going on in the Big Brother house!

Sadly, this also means those of us watching the Live Feeds that we are probably going to have to listen to even MORE of Ragan endlessly crying and whining over being betrayed by his ‘friend’ Matt.


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