Big Brother 24 Spoilers: September 11, 2022 Power Of Veto Winner Revealed

Big Brother 24 Spoilers: September 11, 2022 Power Of Veto Winner Revealed

Hey, fellow “Big Brother” fans. Happy Sunday. We hope your weekend is going great. We are, of course, back on here to serve up all the 411 information on the outcome of yesterday’s POV (Power Of Veto) competition. That’s right, guys. The veto comp was played for this week of Big Brother season 24, yesterday, September 10, 2022, and we do have the winner for you guys.

Before we dive into who won the veto, we’re going to do a really quick recap of this week ,so far, to make sure everyone is up to speed on everything. This past Thursday night, September 8, 2022, Monte won the latest HOH (Head Of Household) competition to become the new ruler of the house.

Then, on Friday, September 9, 2022, Monte decided to nominate Brittany and Alyssa for eviction during his nomination ceremony. And that all brings us to yesterday’s POV competition.

All the houseguests played for veto since there’s only five people left. Actually, we’re hearing from the
Big Brother Network people that Monte didn’t get to play because he didn’t get downstairs in time. They were given 2 minutes to get to the backyard for the veto.

Apparently, Monte had to use the restroom and didn’t make it in time. Monte was seen saying he didn’t want to play in this veto. So, it’s believed that he might have stayed in the restroom on purpose. We’ll have to wait and see if any of that turns out to be true.

Whatever the case, after the veto was played and done, it was friggin Brittany who pulled out the win! Lord have mercy! Isn’t that somethin? This girl was surely about to go home this week, but not anymore. She rescued herself.

At around 7:55 AM, pacific time yesterday, September 10, 2022, Monte was seen telling Turner, “You’re not going up this week. I’m concerned the women would vote you out, and there could still be the girls’ alliance happening. I don’t want to send out Taylor on my HOH because of jury management, but I haven’t been close to Alyssa. So, I want to get her out.” Turner said, “I’m ok with that. However, we would have an easier time competing against Alyssa.”

At around 11:40 AM, Monte was seen saying he plans to renom Taylor with the target being Alyssa. At around 12:30 pm, Monte was seen telling Taylor,”It’s better for my game if you stay instead of Alyssa.”

At around 3:25 am today, September 11, 2022, Monte, Turner and Taylor were seen fist bumping a final 3 agreement. However, Taylor expressed, later on, that she didn’t feel very confident in her final 3 agreement with Turner and Monte.

Based on those LIVE feed conversations, it does appear that Alyssa could be the next one headed to the jury house this Thursday night, September 15, 2022 unless Brittany and Turner decide to vote out Taylor.

However, that doesn’t seem likely because Turner did agree to a final 3 with Taylor and Monte. If Brittany votes out Taylor, and Turner votes out Alyssa or vice-versa, it would just be a tie, and Monte could break it to send Alyssa home. So, we are expecting to see Alyssa be the likely eviction victim this week.

The POV ceremony is scheduled to take place sometime tomorrow, September 12, 2022. So, we will certainly be back on here to deliver the outcome of it. How do you guys feel about Brittany winning the latest POV competition? Are you happy about it? Are you sad about it? Or do you just not care one way or the other? Let us know in the comments section.

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