‘Big Brother 18’ Spoilers: Weekend Roundup Week 12| September 11, 2016 at 5:00 PM EST
It’s been a busy little weekend for the Big Brother 18 Houseguests especially with a bonus Veto meeting squeezed in to their usual routine. We’ve got just five HGs left but by Wednesday night there will be only three on our way to the finale. Find out more about the latest Big Brother spoilers ahead of the next few episodes.
Since Thursday night’s BB18 show ended we’ve had the HoH endurance comp, Nominations, the Big Brother Comics comp for Veto, and even an early Veto meeting to decide who would be on the Block this week. Read on for the results and get ready for the final nominees of the week.
Big Brother 18 Spoilers – Week 12 Roundup:
Head of Household: It was Victor’s turn to watch from the sidelines as Paul stood in for him with a shot at protecting the Sitting Ducks duo but the win went to Corey. James and Paul performed horribly in the comp. Really awful. Like Paul sat and slid down his lane and crawled back up. James didn’t do much better. The real race was between Corey and Nicole, but he won it easily and set them up for the big flip. Read more >>
Nominations: After Nicole and Corey promised Victor and Paul they’d stay true to the F4 alliance they did what they’ve done these past few weeks and played for each other instead of the team. Sure enough when the noms were revealed James was no where near the Block and Nicole definitely wasn’t there either. Paul and Victor are up with Victor as the target. Read more >>
Power of Veto Comp: No matter who won the Veto one of the Sitting Ducks would go home this week with Corey holding the tiebreaker power and Nicole with one of the two votes. It was Victor’s last shot at safety though but he just couldn’t get that tenth win this season. Nicole won the BB Comics comp, those will be fun to see, and was ready to keep the targets the same. Read more >>
Power of Veto Ceremony: The Veto meeting arrived a day early to accommodate the early eviction on Monday (airs on Tuesday) and the HGs scrambled to get ready. When it was over things went just as planned with Nicole declining to use the Veto. Noms remain the same with Victor and Paul on the Block. Victor is still the target and he knows it. Read more >>
When the eviction arrives on Monday I’m expecting Nicole and James to vote out Victor 2-0 for his third trip to speak with Julie. After that it’ll be Paul, Nicole, and James battling it out for the final regular Head of Household as Corey watches from the side. The winner will name two noms, but really it’s all about the Veto in the next round as the Veto holder is either the only voter or if the HoH wins Veto he or she gets to pick who votes. Everyone but Corey has two chances at safety next week while Corey has just the one with the PoV.
HoH results should be revealed on Tuesday’s show but then we’ll get the nominations and Veto results from the Feeds when they return later that night. It’s going to be a busy few days for the HGs so buckle up and join us for the fun! Find us on Facebook, Twitter, & get our Email Updates.
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