Big Brother 23 Spoilers: September 12, 2021 Power Of Veto Winner Revealed

Big Brother 23 Spoilers: September 12, 2021 Power Of Veto Winner Revealed

Hey,”Big Brother” fans. Happy Sunday. We hope you’re having a terrific weekend so far. It’s that time again. We are back on here to deliver another brand new update from inside the Big Brother season 23 house. Yesterday, September 11, 2021, the POV (Power Of Veto) competition took place, and we have the results of it for you guys in this article.

Before we tell you who won the veto, we’re going to do a very brief recap of this week so far for any of you who are not totally up to speed on everything. This past Thursday night, September 9, 2021, Kyland won the latest HOH (Head Of Household) competition to become the new HOH this week.

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Then, on Friday, September 10,2021, Kyland nominated Hannah and Tiffany for eviction during his nomination ceremony. That all brings us to yesterday’s POV competition.

Since there’s only six people in the house right now, everyone got to play for veto this week. It was another BB Comics theme competition. When it was all played and done, it was Kyland who emerged as the winner. So, he is definitely on a roll right now, winning both HOH and POV comps this week.

We doubt that Kyland will change his initial eviction nominees. So, it’s highly likely that Tiffany will finally meet her demise this Thursday night, September 16, 2021.

At around 11:45 pm pacific time yesterday, September 11, 2021, Derek told Hannah and Xavier, “I was afraid that Kyland would win the veto and use it on Tiffany. I really want Tiffany gone.”

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At around 12:40 AM today, September 12, 2021, Hannah assured Derek F that there is no backdoor plan this week.

At around 2:30 AM, Tiffany started campaigning to Kyland. She told him, “I have no one else in this game to trust and work with but you.” Kyland said, “I have to consider my options and have more conversations.”

Tiffany went on to tell Kyland, “I put my personal needs ahead of the group by winning the HOH last week. Keeping me will be beneficial to your game. You don’t have all the support you think you have.”

Kyland said, “I trust your support, but you’re just one person and that’s not enough.” Tiffany said, “You need to take out Xavier if you want to win this game. Xavier will not take you to the final two.”

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Judging from those conversations, it seems like some heavy campaigning is going on. We still think that it’s most likely Tiffany that’s getting evicted this week, but Tiffany is definitely not going to give up trying to sway people to keep her around. So, it could get pretty interesting. We’ll have to wait and see.

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The POV ceremony is scheduled to happen tomorrow, September 13, 2021. So, we’ll be back on here with the results of it.

How do you guys feel about Kyland winning the POV competition this week? Are you sad about it? Are you happy? Or do you just not care one way or 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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