New Big Brother Season 20 Power Of Veto Ceremony Results Revealed For September 17, 2018

New Big Brother Season 20 Power Of Veto Ceremony Results Revealed For September 17, 2018

Hey,fellow Big Brother Fans . It’s time to go over the results of today’s Power Of Veto Ceremony! That’s right. It took place earlier today,September 17, 2018. Before we get into the results of it, let’s go over what took place this week leading up to today’s POV meeting.

The current Head Of Household is Angela. She won it right after this past Thursday’s LIVE double eviction show. Then on Friday, September 14, 2018, Angela held her eviction nomination ceremony. It was no surprise that the outsiders JC and Sam emerged from that meeting the two eviction nominees for this week. They are not part of the Level 6 alliance that’s been pretty much running thew show the whole time.

This past Saturday, September 15,2018, the Power Of Veto competition was played. As no surprise again, Kaycee emerged the winner of it which solidified the Level 6’s alliance making it to the final four.

At one point, Sam tried to approach Kaycee to ask her if she would use the veto to save her. Kaycee simply told Sam, “Can we talk about this later. I don’t know and this is uncomfortable.” Guess what happened. Kaycee never talked about it with Sam again.

Kaycee would have to be hypnotized and brainwashed at this point to ever use the veto on Sam. Sam is totally out of the loop. Later on, Kaycee and Angela had a good time making fun of Sam in the HOH room. That’s Level 6 guys. If you not in it, you out.

Anyways, that brings us to today’s Power Of Veto Ceremony results. Needless to say, after everything was all said and done, it was revealed that Kaycee did indeed choose not to use the Power Of Veto on anyone. That means JC and Sam will remain on the eviction chopping block until tomorrow’s eviction ceremony.

As we mentioned before, there will be two evictions this week. The first one is tomorrow. It will be pre-taped, and it will air this Wednesday night, September 19, 2018. Then on Thursday night, September 20, 2018, we will see another LIVE eviction show.

We fully expect to see Sam get ousted in this first eviction that’s happening tomorrow since she is the main target at the moment. We have absolutely no problems with that. I felt like Sam should’ve left that first week when she was on the block with Steve, and she’s been nothing but a nuisance to watch ever since then. She’s only there because Tyler didn’t see her as a threat, and he manipulated Kaitlyn into flipping her vote against Steve.

Most of you guys only saw Sam on the edited TV show. I had to watch the live feeds with this woman on them. It was a literal pain to my ears having to hear her talk endlessly about nothing.

The only interesting moments for Sam is when she flew off the handle because she’s nuts. She’s also been eating on the stairs that leads up to the HOH room. It’s the only way for people to walk up and down that way. And yet she chose that area to be the place where she camps out and eats at. I find that to be out of this realm weird. It will be a pleasure to see Sam go, and I’m sure the remaining houseguests feel the same way. They’ve already expressed how annoyed they with her.

I also think production will be relieved to see Sam go because she’s been seen saying some seriously threatening things when she was talking to herself on the feeds. She was talking about tearing some stuff up or something just last night. Then the feeds cut. She needs to go immediately.

Here’s how Sam’s extremely disturbing conversation with herself went: “I guess that would be really hard to explain if I just got up, got dressed, put my boots on, grabbed the lead pipe that I took off of the locker in the bathroom and smashed every single one of those glass TVs across here from me.

And then shredded all of these drawers, picked one of these saucers up and threw it through that f@#cking window right there. That probably wouldn’t be that good. It would take me about 45 seconds to get up and get everything that I needed. The door to the parking lot is right there. I wouldn’t call that a voluntary exit but…” Then the feeds cut. Sam with these weird moments. I swear she’s the oddest person I’ve ever seen on this show. What she said, sounded very real and well thought out to me. I don’t know about her. I really don’t.

Anyways,despite all that negative stuff, Sam was also seen saying some very nice things to Tyler today after that Power Of Veto Ceremony. Sam said to Tyler, “I want to leave on a positive note if I’m leaving. That has been my advice to everybody else. That has been my attitude from day one. There is no sense in pestering the hell out of everybody. I’m not sitting in a corner crying somewhere either.

I’m just doing the same thing I have done every other day. I’m not going to beg or plead, or try to convince you because I have nothing I can offer except for what I have already been doing. I still feel the same about all of y’all no matter what.” Tyler said, “I love you no matter what.” Sam said, “Right back at you.”

Tyler said, “We will talk more in the coming days.” Sam said, “I have nothing bad to say about JC.” Tyler said, “I don’t think JC will do that to you either.” Sam said, “I know. The people I said from the beginning that I felt closest to are the people that are here right now. I’m just kind of pissed that I couldn’t do better for myself by myself.

I happen to be in a group of people that y’all are very athletic. Not only are you athletic, but you are all very intelligent.” Tyler said, “You are the same.” Sam said, “No, I’m not. My life outside of here, I’m fully capable of doing what I need to do. None of that involves running or whatever stuff. So, I’m proud of that.” Tyler said, “I just don’t want you to beat yourself up about that.” Sam said, “I have. I already had my pity party about it. I’m over it.”

I’m not sure Sam is really fully over it, but let’s hope she is for the sake of those jury house members she’ll be joining. Alright guys. That’s a wrap for the Power Of Veto Ceremony report. How do you guys feel about Kaycee not using the veto and leaving Angela’s JC and Sam eviction nominations the same?

Are you happy about it? Or you sad about it? Or do you just not care one way or the other? Let us know in the Facebook comments. As always, you guys can view the Big Brother live feeds yourself FREE for one week over at CBS by Clicking Here.

Again, another new episode of Big Brother season 20 is scheduled to air this Wednesday night, September 19, 2018 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on CBS. It’s going to feature the Power of Veto competition, Kaycee’s Power of Veto ceremony, the eviction of either Sam or JC and more. So, be sure to tune to see all that great stuff. Also, be sure to follow us on our Big Brother Facebook page for more Big Brother news by Clicking Here.

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