Big Brother 22 Spoilers: September 13, 2020 Power Of Veto Winner And New Twist Revealed
Hey, fellow “Big Brother” fans. We hope you guys are having a great weekend so far. We are back at you on this beautiful Sunday to tell you how yesterday’s POV (Power Of Veto) competition played out along with another major twist that has changed the outlook this week.
Before we get into all of that, we’re going to do our usual, brief recap of this week to make sure everyone is up to speed on everything. This past Thursday night,September 10, 2020, Dani won the HOH(Head Of Household) competition to become the new head honcho this week. That’s right, guys. Dani is calling the shots this week in terms of nominations.
So, on Friday, September 11, 2020, Dani held her nomination ceremony, and when it was all said and done, it was revealed that she decided to nominate Kevin and David for eviction. We know from conversations on the LIVE feeds that Dani prefers David to go home over Kevin because David never talks any game with her.
However if one of them comes off the block, Dani has been pitching the idea of backdooring Tyler since he had thrown her name out there to Da’Vonne and Bayleigh to make them think she was coming after them and what not.
Oh wait a minute. We’ve just learned that the Disruptor twist power that David has from the BB Basement twist competition ,last week, was indeed played yesterday, September 12, 2020.
This Disruptor power gives David the ability to take himself or anyone else off the block. He, of course, used it to save himself, which is one of the smartest things he’s done all season.
In light of this, Dani had to replace David with someone else, and that someone turned out to indeed be Tyler. So, Dani did go through with her plan B to nominate Tyler if either David or Kevin came off the block.
All of that brings us up-to-date to yesterday’s POV competition. According to the folks over at Big Brother Network, Dani and her two nominees Tyler and Kevin played for the veto.
Ian, Da’Vonne and Enzo were randomly selected to join them to play for veto. After everything was all said and done, it was Da’Vonne who shockingly emerged as the winner of this POV comp!
That’s right, guys. Da’Vonne finally won her first comp in her Big Brother career. So, congrats to her for that. It’s about time.
The question that remains now is will Da’Vonne use the veto, or will she honor Dani’s wishes and keep the nominations the same? That is a very important question that will ultimately be answered tomorrow, September 14, 2020 during the POV ceremony.
However, we might be able to get some idea from some of the conversations that took place after the POV comp yesterday.
At around 3:45 pm pacific standard time, September 12, 2020, David was seen asking Day, “Will you use the veto on Kevin?” Da’Vonne said, “I’m not sure.”
At around 4:10 pm, Da’Vonne told Dani, “I don’t want to lose Kevin. I know there’s a big alliance that doesn’t include me, David, or Kevin. I know Christmas has one of the powers because I was next to her when it happened. I want to use the Veto.” Dani said, “I need a pawn volunteer.”
At around 4:25 pm, Christmas suggested to Dani that Enzo or Ian could be an option to replace Kevin.
At around 6:20 pm Kevin told Da’Vonne, “Some of the houseguests are trying to make me feel secure when I’m not, and they’re trying to convince you not to use the veto.”
At around 6:40 pm, Dani told Nicole, “I think Da’Vonne is going to use the power. I won’t tell Da’ Vonne not to use the power because later, she’ll feel stupid if she didn’t. I hope Da’Vonne doesn’t use it and Tyler still goes.”
At around 7:30 pm, Dani mentioned that she’s going to try to convince Da’Vonne not to use the veto. If Da’Vonne use it, she will nominate Ian to replace him.
At around 2:05 am today, September 13, 2020, Cody told Dani, “We can deal with pushback on Ian going up, and it’s not a big issue because we didn’t want Ian to go too far in this season anyways. We’ll just tell Ian that he is a pawn.”
Judging from those conversations, it sounds like there is a high probability that Da’Vonne is going to use the veto to save Kevin tomorrow, and Ian will go up as a replacement nominee.
If that happens, Tyler will be up against Ian on eviction night this week. So, that is highly interesting. We’ll be back to report the results of the POV ceremony tomorrow. So, look for that.
How do you guys feel about Tyler replacing David on the chopping block, and Da’Vonne winning the POV this week? Are you happy about it? Are you sad? Or do you just not care one way other the other? Let us know in the comments section.
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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