The Power of Veto Ceremony has finished for this week on Big Brother 14. After back and forth debating in the house a set of new alliances have emerged and come together for a new eviction target. They may not last long as a team, but if they get through this week then they’ll have made a big move. Read on for your Big Brother spoilers to find out if the PoV was used and what happened next.
If you’re just now getting caught up, the Veto competition was held on Saturday, but we won’t see it on CBS until Wednesday’s broadcast. Stay up on your Live Feed reports with our free iPhone app and Android app for the latest news.
At today’s Power of Veto Ceremony, this week’s winner of the Veto, Danielle, decided to take Wil off the block. As the current HoH she was also in charge of handling the renoms so in Wil’s place Janelle was renom’d for eviction. She is the target. Much like last week, the results of the ceremony came as a surprise to the nominee.
Janelle is not going to go out without a fight so you won’t want to miss this. Sign-up now for your Big Brother Live Feeds Free Trial and watch the drama play out.
What do you think? Which of these two nominees should be evicted on Thursday? Frank or Janelle? Share your thoughts below.
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