Big Brother 21 Spoiler: ‘Power Of Veto’ Winner Revealed For July 7, 2019

Big Brother 21 Spoiler: ‘Power Of Veto’ Winner Revealed For July 7, 2019

Hey, fellow “Big Brother” fans. We are back at you with yet another report for this current season 21. Yesterday, July 6, 2019, the POV (Power Of Veto) competition for this week definitely took place, and it wrapped up during the late afternoon to early evening hours.

As usual, before we tell you who won the POV comp, we’re going to get everyone caught up to speed for this week with a brief recap.

During the last eviction episode, poor Ovi was evicted by a unanimous vote of 12-0. However, a new “Camp Comeback” twist was introduced that not only brought back Ovi, it brought back the first evicted houseguest David.

The Camp Comeback twist will be in play until it’s filled with the first four, evicted houseguests. At that time, they will compete to get back into the main game. Only one will make it back.

In the meantime, the Camp Comeback houseguests will get to continue mingling with the non-evicted houseguests. They just won’t be able to compete or vote.

After that big twist was revealed, the non-evicted houseguests competed for the next HOH crown. Jack ended up winning it over Jessica in a final 2 showdown during a quiz competition.

Then on this past Friday evening, July 5, 2019, Jack finally made his eviction nominations during the nomination ceremony. When it was all said and done, Kemi and Jessica were the ones nominated for eviction.

That now brings us to the POV competition that took place yesterday, July 6,2019. According to Big Brother Network and the LIVE feeds, Isabella, Jackson and Sam were selected to play for veto along with Jack and his eviction nominees Jessica and Kemi.

After everything was all said and done, it was Sam who emerged the winner of this second POV comp of the season. So, that makes two consecutive veto wins for Sam.

If this streak continues, Sam could be the next veto king, or find himself on the chopping block earlier than he’d like. Whichever comes first.

Along with Sam’s veto win, it’s reported that he won a trip to Fiji as part of CBS’ very heavy promotion for their new dating reality show “Love Island.” Who all is going to watch that? Say “me” in the comments if you are. Don’t be ashamed. I’m gonna check out an episode or two and maybe do a little coverage of it.

Anyways, getting back To Big Brother,it looks like Sam will most likely not use the veto, which means Kemi and Jessica will stay on that eviction chopping block until this Thursday night. Of course, we’ll have to wait until the POV ceremony to be absolutely, 100 percent sure.

How do you guys feel about Sam winning the second POV of the season? Are you happy about it? Are you sad? Or do you just not care one way or the other? Let us know in the comments section.

We also saw more LIVE feed conversation action take place yesterday. It was revealed that Jackson sprained his ankle or something during the veto comp. At around 5:10 pm pacific time, July 6, 2019, Jack was seen still pushing to evict Kemi this week.

At around 5:45 pm, Holly, Jack and Kathryn agreed that Kemi needs to go this week, and they also think they can get Jessica to join their oversized alliance, which is crazy because then there would be 9 people in that messed up alliance.Ugh. They also started to recognize that Isabella is trying to play both sides of the house.

At around 6:05 pm, Sam was seen telling Kemi, “I’d rather see you stay over Jessica.” At around 8 pm pacific time, Cliff, Nicole and Ovi were seen talking about how they want to split up the big Gr8tful oversized alliance. However, they fear they will become targets if they take a shot.

At this point, Ovi, Nicole and Cliff decided to make a 3-person alliance with each other. They started talking about getting Jessica to blow up so that Kemi can stay over her this week. They also think this could make Isabella possibly become a new target, which would start to break up the 8 person alliance.

At around 9:50 pm, Kemi was seen telling Nick, Sam and Isabella that she expects to get evicted this week over Jessica. However, she’s not worried about beating David and Ovi to get back into the game.

At one point, Isabella said, “I’m going to win the next HOH and nominate Jessica. So, she’ll be the next one to go.” Well ok Isabella. She’s definitely not short on confidence.

At around 11 pm, Jackson was seen telling his 8 person alliance, “Kemi needs to go because she would take a shot at the group while Jess may or may not.”

At around 12 am today, July 7, 2019, Kathryn was seen telling Jessica, “Sam isn’t going to use the veto. Just keep it cool, and you’ll be okay.”

At around 12:05 am, Nick and Sam had a very interesting discussion. They apparently want to keep Kemi around because they don’t think Kemi would target them if she won HOH (Head Of Household).

They agreed to try and push for Kemi to stay. They also revealed they are starting to see Jack is driving the decision to vote out Kemi for his own gain. However, he’s acting like it’s for the group.

Judging from all of that, it appears that anything could indeed happen before the POV ceremony that’s scheduled to take place tomorrow, July 8, 2019 sometime. Be sure to look out for our report on that. You guys can view the Big Brother live feeds yourself FREE for one week over at CBS by Clicking Here.

The next, new episode of Big Brother is scheduled to air tonight, July 7, 2019 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on CBS. We expect to see the Whacktivity comp, which features a special power, to be shown in this episode as well as other various footage. So, be sure to tune in for all of that.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest Big Brother season 21 report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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