Big Brother 23 Spoilers: July 25, 2021 Power Of Veto Winner Revealed

Big Brother 23 Spoilers: July 25, 2021 Power Of Veto Winner Revealed

Hey, “Big Brother” fans. We are back to give you guys another brand new report from inside the Big Brother season 23 house. Yesterday, July 24, 2021, the POV (Power Of Veto) competition was played, and we will be giving you the winner of that competition in this article.

Before we do, we’re going to do a brief recap of this week so far. This past Thursday night, July 22, 2021, Xavier claimed the new HOH (Head Of Household) competition win to become the new ruler of the house this week.


Then, on Friday afternoon, July 23, 2021, the Wild Card competition was played, and Tiffany pulled out that win. However, she did not accept the caveat that came with it. So, she didn’t get the guaranteed safety from eviction prize.

Shortly after the Wild Card comp, Xavier nominated his two victims this week at the nomination ceremony. He put up Britini and Brent, with his main target being Brent.

That all leads us up to yesterday’s POV competition. Xavier and his two nominees Brent and Britini played for veto by default. Christian, Derek F and Whitney were randomly drawn to play for veto.

When the veto was all played and done, it was Christian who emerged as the winner of it. Since Christian is on Xavier’s Kings team, it’s most likely he will not use it and keep Xavier’s nominations the same.


At around 5:45 pm pacific time, July 24, 2021, Christian and Britini were seen on the LIVE feeds doing a victory dance, which further iterates that Christian will definitely not use the veto.

At around 6:30 PM, Christian and Xavier were seen talking about how Christian will not use the veto and what he’ll say during the veto meeting.

At around 8:45 PM, Derek X, Alyssa, and Sarah said, “We need to lie to Brent until the end of his stay.”

At around 9:25 PM, Derek X, Hannah, and Whitney were seen talking about not telling Brent in advance that he’s getting evicted this Thursday. Apparently, they think it will be more peaceful that way.


At around 10:10 PM, Hannah told Derek X that she’s fine with Brent going because she doesn’t like him.


At around 1:30 AM, today, July 25, 2021, Tiffany told Britini, “There’s no plan to get you out this week. If there were, I would not support it.”

At around 3:30 AM, Kyland, Tiffany, and Claire agreed that they will not tell Brent that he’s the one getting evicted this week.

Based on those conversations, we can pretty much say that we’re about 99.9 percent sure Brent will be the one exiting the Big Brother house this Thursday night, July 29, 2021. We can never say we’re 100 percent sure when we’re talking about Big Brother because anything can happen, especially with there’s still 3 or 4 days to go before eviction night.


The POV ceremony is scheduled to happen tomorrow, July 26, 2021. So, we’ll be back on here to confirm whether or not Christian has or hasn’t used the veto. So, definitely look out for that report.

How do you guys feel about Christian winning the POV competition this week? 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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