Big Brother 22 Spoilers: POV Ceremony Results Revealed For August 10, 2020

Big Brother 22 Spoilers: POV Ceremony Results Revealed For August 10, 2020

Hey, fellow, “Big Brother” fans. We are back at you ,today, with another special report from inside the Big Brother season 22 All-Stars house. Earlier today, August 10, 2020, the POV (Power Of Veto) ceremony did indeed take place, and we’re going to give the results of what happened during it.

But first, let’s do a quick breakdown of this first week so far. Cody won the HOH (Head Of Household) on opening night, August 5, 2020. Then on August 6, 2020, Kaysar and Janelle decided to play the Safety suite competition after suspecting that Cody was looking to put them on the chopping block.

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Kaysar won the Safety suite comp and brought Janelle along as his +1 so they could both be safe from eviction this week.

On August 7,2020, Cody decided to nominate Keesha and Kevin for eviction.Then the POV (Power Of Veto) was played on August 8, 2020. Enzo ended up pulling out the POV comp win. And, that brings us to today’s August 10, 2020 POV ceremony.

It went exactly how we expected it to go. Enzo decided not to use the veto to save Kevin or Keesha. So, Keesha and Kevin are the final nominees for eviction this week, and one of them will be going home this Thursday night, August 13, 2020.

Keesha is currently Cody’s target, but it’s the house that has the last say.

At around 10:35 am pacific time today,August 10, 2020, Cody talked with Kevin, telling him, “Keep doing what you’re doing because it’s helping.” Kevin said, “Thanks, I would really like to work with you.” Cody said, “I feel like I have a real connection with you too.”

At 11:35 am, Enzo was seen telling Nicola A that he’s voting to keep Kevin this week. His reasoning is that Keesha has someone else in the house from her season, which is Memphis, and Kevin doesn’t have that. He also said, “Kevin is doing a great job talking to everyone in the house.”

At around 11:45 am, Keesha mentioned to Da’ Vonne, “If I can get Bayleigh and Dani on board, I might have enough votes to stay this week.”

At around 12:12 pm, Da’Vonne ran back and told Enzo, “Keesha thinks she has 6 votes.” Enzo said, “There are people lying to her.”

At around 2:27 pm, Ian was seen telling Nicole A that he thinks it would suck if Kevin went home this week. However, he really likes Keesha too.

At around 2:51 pm, Kaysar told Nicole A that he hasn’t decided who he’s voting for yet because he likes both Keesha and Kevin.

So, judging from those conversations, it sounds like it could certainly go either way with a slight edge to Kevin sticking around. But, it’s still early. There’s three more days to go until this Thursday night.

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The next, new Big Brother season 22 episode is scheduled to air this Wednesday night,August 12, 2020 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on CBS.

It should feature the POV competition, the POV ceremony and whatever else the producers decide to include. So, be sure to tune in for that one if you want to see 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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