Big Brother 24 Spoilers: August 29, 2022 POV Ceremony Results Revealed

Big Brother 24 Spoilers: August 29, 2022 POV Ceremony Results Revealed

Hey, fellow, “Big Brother” fans. It’s that time again. We’re back on here to tell you how the latest, Big Brother season 24 POV (Power Of Veto) ceremony played out. It took place earlier today, August 29, 2022,and we do have the results.

Before we jump into the POV ceremony results, we’re going to do a super quick recap of this week, so far, for anyone who’s not caught up on the events of this week. This past Thursday, August 25, 2022, Turner was able to win the latest HOH (Head Of Household) competition to capture his second HOH of this season.

Then, on Friday, August 26, 2022, Turner decided to nominate Brittany and Taylor for eviction with Michael being a possible backdoor play. On Saturday, August 27,2022, the POV competition was played, and Michael was the one who walked away with that victory to add to his huge stash of competition wins. He also foiled Turner’s plans to backdoor him. And that all brings us to today’s POV ceremony.

When it was all said and done, Michael did decide to use his veto to save his close partner Brittany as expected. Then, Turner decided to nominate Kyle to replace Brittany on the eviction chopping block. So, Taylor and Kyle are now the final eviction nominees for this week. That means one of these two will be leaving the Big Brother season 24 house and heading off to the jury house this Thursday night, September 1, 2022.

Actually, a major turn of events took place last night, August 28 2022. According to Big Brother Network , Michael and Brittany exposed Kyle’s earlier plans to form an all-white alliance. It happened a couple of weeks back.

Later on, a house meeting took place. During it, Kyle exposed all of his plans to everyone, which included the new “After Party” alliance, his Final 2 deal with Turner. It’s also reported that Terrance called out Michael and Brittany for not revealing that Kyle had earlier conversations with them about a possible “Cookout” 2.0 alliance forming.

At one point, Michael told Brittany, “The house is mad at Kyle, but they’re also not happy with me and the timing.” Apparently, everyone in the house is still coping with the fallout from that house meeting last night.

At around 12:25 pm, pacific time today, August 29, 2022, Terrance was seen talking with Monte and contemplating whether or not he still wants to keep Kyle around this week. Monte said that he’s still struggling with trust issues with Kyle.

After everything that took place last night, it’s believed that Kyle might actually be the one going home over Taylor now. Taylor was the target before all of that took place. So, it appears that Taylor’s nine lives might just kick in again this week. We’ll have to wait and see. There’s still 3 more days until Thursday night gets here, and that’s plenty of time for Kyle to turn things around.

How do you guys feel about Michael using his veto to save Brittany at today’s POV ceremony, and Turner putting up Kyle in Brittany’s place for a possible eviction due to the exposure of his past actions in the house? Are you happy about it? Are you sad about it? Or do you just not care one way or the other? Let us know in the comments section.

Alright, guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest, “Big Brother” TV show, spoiler report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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