Big Brother 13 keeps the action going this weekend with the Power of Veto competition. Jordan made her nominations last night and today the nominees had their chance at safety. They weren’t alone though as another couple from the house was selected to play along for the Veto.
Read on to find out who won and what that means for the game this week.
Big Brother 13 Week 2 Power of Veto results:
- Dominic & Adam has won the Veto Competition.
Jeff is furious on the live feeds. Brendon is lecturing Rachel. It’s a disaster zone for the Vets right now while the Newbs celebrate. This is definitely worth watching. Turns out Rachel took a punishment of slop for the next 2 weeks and Jeff is pissed because of the impact her bad mood will have on everyone during that time.
The players in this week’s PoV competition were Jordan as HoH with Jeff as her Dynamic Duo partner, Adam and Dominic as the nominees, and Brendon and Rachel were randomly selected. Daniele played host.
Well, now keep in mind that Adam has to agree with Dominic to use the Veto, from what I understand. If the Vets convince Adam he’s safe then he can refuse to use it, the Vets vote out Dominic, and Adam gets a Golden Key.
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The Veto ceremony will be held in the next few days, probably Monday, so we’ll soon know whether or not the power will be used. Stay close by and we’ll let you know as soon as that happens.
What do you think of the PoV Comp results? Who should be re-nominated?
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