We’re back with our Big Brother 20 spoilers for the PoV from the Live Feeds and here are the latest results. The Veto competition is over and now we’re ready to see who could end up as this week’s final nominees for the next eviction this season.
The draw this week was pretty even with Hacker/Kaycee selecting Tyler then Kaycee was drawn and Faysal got in on the action too. That put us at 3 L6’s and 3 Hives in the Battle for
Endor Veto and huge stakes for the win. So who did win the Veto this week? Read on for the spoilers…
Big Brother 20 Spoilers: Week 7 Veto Competition Results:
- Tyler won the Power of Veto!
The Hive just can’t catch a break at this game. They get HOH and still manage to see one of their own go home. Here’s how that’ll happen.
Tyler probably won’t use the Veto because it doesn’t really matter. If he saves Angela then Kaycee will probably go up in her place. That wouldn’t have mattered anyway thanks to Kaycee’s Hacker win. Kaycee will cancel Faysal’s vote then even if both Sam and Scottie vote to keep RS the other four will vote her out over Angela, who will still be on the Block, and L6 stays strong. Ouch.
Update: Sounds like Tyler will use the Veto to save Angela, but as noted, it’s pointless since Kaycee would just go up in her place. Net zero gain on that one.
Double ouch for Hive is the news that RS actually helped Tyler in the comp by giving him an answer and he had time to go back and find the right answer after bringing the wrong one back to OTEV. RS was furious at herself for helping Tyler because otherwise, he would have been out and not won the comp in the end. Good grief.
RS’s retell of the comp revealed that it came down to her and Tyler as the last two left. Wow. That’s impressive for RS against those other competitors. She says she asked Tyler not to screw her over if he wins since she was the reason he was still in the comp after he messed up and revealed an answer to him in an earlier round.
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