‘Big Brother 18’ Spoilers: Week 10 Veto Competition Results – Who Won PoV?| August 27, 2016 at 7:22 PM EDT
Big Brother spoilers are in for the Power of Veto competition after this week’s nominations were revealed Friday through the Feeds. Again like last week all but one of the Houseguests had the chance to compete with only seven people left in the Big Brother 18 season.
With the HoH’s target on the Block the goal was to keep things the same, but plans were ready just in case anything changed. Read on to find out who won this week’s Veto comp and what that could mean for the week.
- Nicole won the Power of Veto!
Houseguests were dressed up in a Christmas theme (a nod to Corey and his Christmas obsession?) and it was the Stay/Fold competition. No wonder this one ended in just two hours!
Everyone but Natalie played while she hosted. This worked out well for the draw since Nicole’s back up plan was to put Natalie on the Block if anything changed with her noms. With Natalie not playing that kept her options open. Now Nicole’s options are wide open, huh?
— Big Brother Network (@bigbrothernet) August 28, 2016
Upstairs Corey and Nicole celebrated their victory. Victor arrived and all three celebrated together again affirming their commitment to their alliance. Victor explained that Paul was nervous since he’s on the Block but Nicole promises Victor they’re still good. I believe her, though things are days away and she’ll be the tie-breaker so there’s going to be stress on Paul’s shoulders.
What do you think of the PoV Comp results? What should happen at the ceremony? The Veto Ceremony will be coming up on Monday and we’ll post spoilers when they happen.
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