Here are the latest Big Brother spoilers as the new Head of Household has set his nominations for Week 9 of BB25 ahead of Saturday’s Veto comp. Ahh, it’s good to have the regular season routine back and underway.
Overnight Cameron Hardin secured his third round as the HOH and was quick to reaffirm his position with the Fugitives, Matt & Jag, while setting up his chain of targets starting with Felicia and moving down the list with Mecole, Blue, Cory, and beyond. So no surprises are in order here for this week’s noms spoilers.
Big Brother 25 Week 9 Nominations:
- Cameron nominated: Felicia & Mecole
As mentioned above, Felicia is the real target here and she’ll have the Veto as her chance to escape. I’m not sure anyone is willing to stick their neck out to save Miss Felicia and more HGs seem interested in the idea of gaining Mecole as an ally than keeping Felicia around.
Right after the Noms were done and we got the Feeds back we saw Cirie giving Mecole a peptalk in Storage. Cirie encouraged Mecole saying that from what she had heard Mecole was not the target (instead that would be Felicia) and Mecole agreed that was what Cameron had also told her. Mecole was working to pull herself together, making sure she hadn’t looked like she was crying, and then got back out there to mingle with the HGs.
Now as for the Veto comp on Saturday, a commercial for Big Brother today suggested there will be a themed comp to cross promote the upcoming Exorcist movie. Combine that with the backyard still being open and it’s likely the HGs will not face OTEV on Saturday but instead head to the alternate comp location for something else instead. I’m sure we’ll hear more by Saturday evening when the comp is over. And it seems like the alternate space is smaller so we’re more likely to get individual timed comps which takes longer to be completed.
It’ll be interesting to see over the weekend how Cameron looks to rebuild his position in the game. We’ve heard him tell Cirie he’s secretly in her corner and targeting Matt & Jag all the while telling the others that he’s doing the opposite. Definitely got his bases covered, but at what point will he once again become the de facto target?
What do you think of these picks? Were these the right choices by the HOH or a missed opportunity? Share your thoughts below.