Big Brother 23 Spoilers: September 6, 2021 POV Ceremony Results Revealed

Big Brother 23 Spoilers: September 6, 2021 POV Ceremony Results Revealed

Hey, “Big Brother” fans. We hope your weekend went well. We are, of course, back with another very important update from inside the Big Brother season 23 house. Earlier today, the POV (Power Of Veto) ceremony took place, and we do have the results from it. We’re going to tell you the results of it right after we do a brief recap of this week ,so far, for anyone who doesn’t know what’s going on.

This past Thursday night, September 2, 2021, Tiffany claimed the latest HOH (Head Of Household) competition to become the new HOH. Then, on Friday, September 3, 2021, Tiffany nominated Alyssa and Xavier for eviction during her nomination ceremony.

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On Saturday, September 4, 2021, the POV competition was played, and Alyssa ended up pulling out the victory. That all leads us to today’s POV ceremony.

It all played out just like wet thought it would. Alyssa, of course, used the veto to take herself off the eviction chopping block. Then, Tiffany had to nominate a replacement nominee for Alyssa, which was Claire. That means Claire and Xavier are the final eviction nominees for this week, and one of them will be going home this Thursday night, September 9, 2021.

Claire is Tiffany’s main target since Tiffany is really working with the Cookout alliance. Tiffany was seen having to break the news to Claire ,yesterday, that she was going up for eviction today. However, Tiffany didn’t reveal the Cookout alliance to Claire. Tiffany just used some other excuse in which she claimed she had made some promises to other people.

Tiffany did try to sell the false idea to Claire that she might be able to stay over Xavier to try and make Claire feel better. Claire was bawling with tears when Tiffany told her she was going up.

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Quite frankly, we’re surprised that Claire hasn’t figured out that Tiffany is working with an alliance after all of that. There was a point where Claire asked Tiffany if she’s working with other people, but Tiffany lied to her and told her she’s not.

Tiffany cried with Claire telling her, “No one else would’ve been this honest with you. I just wanted to be up front with you,” and son and so forth. Claire seemed to buy all these fake reasons Tiffany was giving her. And now, they seem to be getting along as if this never happened.

We were hoping that Claire would’ve thought about this, figured out Tiffany is working with an alliance and let Alyssa know, but I guess that was too much to ask. Tiffany did try to get Alyssa to use the veto on Xavier so she could try and save Claire, which is just an absolute insult to Alyssa’s intelligence in my opinion.

Anyways, we’re 99.9 percent sure Claire will be the next victim of the Cookout alliance this Thursday night. We can never say 100 percent since it is Big Brother, but we’re as close to 100 percent sure as we could possibly be that Claire is getting voted out of the house this Thursday night.

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How do you guys feel about Claire going up on the chopping block to replace Alyssa in this week’s POV ceremony? Let us know in the comments section.

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