Big Brother 22 Spoilers: Power Of Veto Winner Revealed For August 9, 2020

Big Brother 22 Spoilers: Power Of Veto Winner Revealed For August 9, 2020

Hey,fellow “Big Brother” fans. It’s that time again. We’ve got another special report from inside the Big Brother season 22, All-Stars house. Yesterday, August 8, 2020, the POV (Power Of Veto) competition did take place in the very late hours of the day. We’re talking close to friggin midnight on central standard time, guys.

Anyways,a winner was definitely revealed after everything was all said and done. Before we tell you who the winner is, we’re going to do a brief recap of this first week to get everyone caught up to speed.

This past Wednesday night, August 5, 2020, Cody Calafiore from season 16 took the first HOH competition of this season to become the first ruler of the house.

Then on Thursday, August 6, 2020, Kaysar ended up winning the Safety Suite twist to claim safety from being put on the eviction chopping block, and he brought along his old castmate Janelle to join him as his +1. So, Janelle is safe from being evicted in this first week too.

Then on Friday,August 7, 2020, it was time for Cody to nominate two people for eviction,and those two, unlucky people turned out to be Kevin and Keesha. And that all brings us up to date to yesterday’s August 8, 2020 POV competition.

According to the folks over at Big brother Network ,Cody and his nominees Keesha and Kevin played for the veto.

Also, Enzo, Tyler and Ian were selected to play. They played the stacking comp, which is titled, “Peelaton.”

In it, players rode on a banana and had fruit pieces to place and build up in a stack while keeping a careful eye on the clock to avoid timing out. When it was all said and done, it was Enzo who emerged as the winner of this veto competition!

That’s right, guys. One of the worst houseguest at winning competitions has already pulled out a victory. How about that?

So, the question, now, is will Enzo use the veto to save someone? We don’t currently think so. And judging from conversations that took place on the LIVE feeds ,last night, it sounds like Keesha is still the main target for Cody.

At around 11:05 pm pacific time, Janelle was seen telling Kaysar they need to just vote with the house and not rock the boat.

At around 2 am today, August 9, 2020, Cody told Kevin, “I don’t want the veto used ,and I’ll work to protect you in the votes.”

There was no real discussions about who people would actually vote for last night. Ian told Kevin, ” I won’t make any decisions until the Veto meeting is done.”

The POV meeting is scheduled to happen sometime tomorrow, August 10, 2020, and we’ll be back with another report to confirm what took place with it. Right now, we’re pretty positive that Enzo isn’t going to use the veto, but anything can happen between now and tomorrow. So, we’ll see.

How do you guys feel about Enzo winning the POV competition? 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.

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The next, new Big Brother season 22 episode is scheduled to air tonight, August 9,2020 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on CBS.It should feature the Safety Suite competition, the nomination ceremony and whatever else the producers decide to throw in. So, definitely tune in to catch all of that good stuff.

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

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