Big Brother 23 Spoilers: August 1, 2021 Power Of Veto Winner Revealed

Big Brother 23 Spoilers: August 1, 2021 Power Of Veto Winner Revealed

Happy Sunday, “Big Brother” fans. It’s that time again. We are back on here with another brand new, very important update from inside the Big Brother season 23 house. That’s right, guys. Yesterday, July 31,2021, the POV (Power Of Veto) competition was played, and we have the results/winner of that competition. So, we’re going to let you guys know all about that right now.

Before we do though, we’re going to do a quick recap of this week so far so everyone is all caught up. This past Thursday night, July 29, 2021, Christian became the new HOH (Head Of Household) after his Kings team won the new HOH comp during the LIVE eviction show.

Then, on Friday, July 30, 2021, the Wild Card competition was played, and Claire ended up winning it. She was presented a caveat to go along with that win, and she accepted it to claim two, whole weeks of safety! We’ll find out what Claire’s caveat is in tonight’s August 1, 2021 episode.

Shortly after the Wild Card comp, Christian nominated his two houesguests for eviction during the nomination ceremony. When it was all said and done, Hannah and Whitney were sitting on the eviction chopping block with Whitney as the main target. And that all leads us up to yesterday’s POV competition.

Christian and his two eviction nominees Hannah and Whitney played for veto by default. Derek X, Claire and Azah were randomly drawn to play for veto.

When the veto comp was all played and done, it was Christian who emerged as the winner! So, Christian is certainly on a roll right now by winning both the HOH and POV comps. He has full control of the nominations this week after picking up that veto win.

It’s highly expected that Christian will not use the veto and keep his original Hannah and Whitney eviction nominees the same, but we’ll have to wait until tomorrow’s POV Ceremony results to be 100 percent sure.

At around 9:05 pm pacific time yesterday, July 31, 2021, Alyssa was seen asking Derek X, “Should I be worried about Hannah? Try and make sure Hannah doesn’t come after me and Christian.”

At around 9:20 PM, Alyssa told Christian, “Derek X wants to work with us and Tiffany.”

At around 10:20 PM, Kyland told Christian and Alyssa, “Whitney let me know she’s expecting to go home this week ,and she has been keeping lowkey.”

At around 11:40 PM, Sarah was seen encouraging Whitney to fight for the votes to stay. “You weren’t the target the whole time,” Sarah said.

Again, it appears that Whitney is currently still the main target to go this week, but there’s still a good amount of days to go before this Thursday night gets here. Anything could happen, especially if Whitney decides to try to fight for votes to stay.

Again, the POV ceremony is expected to happen tomorrow, August 2, 2021. So, we’ll be back with the results of it either tomorrow or Tuesday.

How do you guys feel about Christian winning the POV competition this week? Let us know in the comments section.

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