Update: Team Jeff/Jordan/Michele/Russell just hugged it out and all agreed to stop screwing around. Their Final 4 agreement is back in full force after Jeff pulled the team back together. Watch it right now on the live feeds as they plot the eviction!
This week in Big Brother 11 the Power of Veto competition and ceremony is going to be a massive deciding factor in how the rest of this season plays out. Late last night and into early this morning Jeff and Jordan decided this may be their best opportunity to evict Russell and keep the girls, but that will all come down to who holds the golden medallion when the music stops playing.
CBS announced today that both the PoV competition and ceremony will be held live on Thursday’s eviction show. This was of course going to be a double eviction before that whole Chima-tastraphe exploded in the house over weekend, knocking the diva out of the game, and ruining her teammates chances of winning the half-million dollars. So instead Big Brother will feature a ton of excitement with a live Power of Veto competition, live PoV ceremony, live eviction, and then lastly the live HoH competition. Craziness.
Meanwhile, as we wait, Jeff and Jordan continue to waiver on how to handle this week’s event. They’ve already decided if Kevin wins the PoV and saves one of the girls they’ll be forced to nominate either Michele or Russell with Russell being their current choice. Natalie’s new secret deal with Jeff and Jordan may keep her safe another week no matter what happens, but could shock Michele and Russell if they find out about this late night agreement.
Even without Princess Chima in the house the Big Brother live feeds are awesome right now as the game play has been cranked all the way up with tensions on high and paranoia flowing like wine. Don’t miss any of the action with the uncensored live feeds and if you still want to see the rest of what happened with Chima’s eviction you can use the feeds’ Flashback feature to rewind the tapes to Friday night at 10PM and see it all for yourself with the risk-free trial run.