Big Brother 25: Veto Ceremony Plans for Week 9

It is Veto Ceremony day inside the Big Brother 25 house! As we know after watching Sunday night’s episode of Big Brother, Cameron is our Head of Household this week and he has nominated Felicia and Mecole for eviction. While Felicia is his target this week, there has been some chatter inside about whether there is an opportunity to take out a different Big Brother houseguest. Read on to find out if a backdoor plan is possible for Week 9 of Big Brother!

Cameron spent a lot of time talking to the houseguests on Friday explaining to them that he thinks it’s time for Felicia to go. He doesn’t want her in the jury house and he even told her that in his one-on-one conversation prior to the Nomination Ceremony Friday afternoon. He doesn’t trust that if he makes it to F2 she would vote for him to win and that doesn’t sit well with Cameron. This would have continued to have been the plan for this week, but then the wheels started turning.

Cameron went on to win the Power of Veto on Saturday, which means all the power for Week 9 of Big Brother is with him. Since the Veto, Cameron has had several conversations with other houseguests about going a different route with this week’s target. As we have seen, Blue has mentioned to Cameron several times that she needs Cory out of the house. Cameron then talked to Matt and Jag this weekend about the idea of maybe saving Felicia and putting Cory up in her place. He has also told them that unless he has their full support he wouldn’t go through with this idea.

Now, that’s where things got a bit dicey with Cameron’s BD plan. Matt seems to be all for getting Cory out this week and has talked to Jag one-on-one to try and convince him that this is the route they should go. Cameron has also talked to Jag in the hopes of getting him to understand why putting Cory up and evicting him on Thursday is what’s best this week. However, Jag has been pushing back and has made it clear that he is not okay with getting Cory out just yet.

Cameron told Matt and Jag Sunday night that since he didn’t have the support of both of them, he would stick to his plan of targeting Felicia this week. Up until this morning, there was some potential for him to cause chaos, however, on his conversation with Bowie Monday morning, it does seem like he is planning on sticking with the original plan of targeting Felicia. He told Bowie that it would shake up the house too much this week.

Do you think that sticking to the plan of targeting Felicia is what’s best for Cameron’s game? The houseguests are up for the day getting ready for the Veto Ceremony. Make sure you check back for Veto Ceremony results a little later!

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