Big Brother 12 returns tonight for its latest nominations episode where we’ll have confirmed for us who Britney, the new HoH, has nominated for eviction.
If you can’t wait for Julie Chen to deliver the news then you can go ahead and take a peek at the HoH nomination spoilers. It gets better though because the Power of Veto competition has already taken place leaving things even more up in the air. We’ve got the Big Brother 12 PoV spoilers for you too if you really want to get ahead.
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It was Veto Comp day in the Big Brother 12 house and things were turned upside down by the results. This was a prizes and punishments styled Veto which landed on HG in a penguin suit, two hand-cuffed together, one of them taking chum baths, and one of them walked away with some cash and a vacation. Read on to find out who won what and what all happened Saturday in BB12.
Big Brother 12 Live Feed Highlights – August 21, 2010:
Whoa-Update: Jessie (BB10 & BB11) was back in the house tonight! As part of Britney’s Pandora’s Box experience the man with the muscles came back! Jump on the live feeds right now to listen in to what’s going on.
Big Brother 12 is heating up as we enter a new week of backstabbing and fighting as stress levels run high amongst the HGs. After finding out who Britney nominated last night it was time for the Veto competition which gave the nominees their last chance at safety to stay in the game.
Read on to find out who won and what that means for the game this week.
The Week 7 Power of Veto results for Big Brother 12:
Nomination Day returned to the Big Brother 12 house and it was a fun one. It was Britney’s turn to make the nominations and despite fierce opposition from half the house she stuck to her guns and put up who she wanted.
Read on to find out what happened and be sure to stay close today because the Big Brother PoV Competition is set to take place Saturday afternoon.
Big Brother 12 Live Feed Highlights – August 20, 2010:
Last night on Big Brother 12 we saw power shift over to the last woman standing, Britney. Considering Brendon’s isolation in the house there were really no good options for him no matter who won, so tonight’s nomination results should come as no surprise. However, the pairing is what makes this interesting.
Read on to find out just who are Britney’s targets for next Thursday night.
Big Brother 12 Week 7 Nominations:
I spoke with Kathy via email about her time in the Big Brother 12 house, seeing Rachel and her jury vote.
AR: How shocked are you to be out of the house and did you think it was possible that someone was going to use a special power?
KH: I was totally shocked and I did not think that the power was going to be used this week.
AR: Do you think if you had been given time to campaign it would have saved you?
KH: Yes – I absolutely do! That was a big downfall.
AR: How do you feel about spending a week alone in the jury house with Rachel?
KH: If anybody were going to the jury house to be alone with Rachel, it would probably need to be me because I can calm her down a lot. It will be a long week but I can handle it. I can handle anything.
AR: Did you come into the house with the strategy of being a floater or did it just kind of work into that?
KH: I came into the house with the strategy of being low key (not necessarily a floater), but I was scared that with me being a deputy sheriff they would see me as a threat. So, my strategy was to not show them how strong I was until I needed to. I absolutely didn’t want to be a floater; I just didn’t want to show my strength upfront. I thought that would be a downfall.