Big Brother August 15, 2023 POV Ceremony Results Revealed (Spoilers)

Big Brother August 15, 2023 POV Ceremony Results Revealed (Spoilers)

Hey, “Big Brother” fans. We’re back with another big report from inside the Big Brother season 25 house. Yesterday afternoon, August 14, 2023, the POV (Power Of Veto) ceremony meeting took place, and we got the results of it for you right now. Before we go over the results, we’re going to do a quick recap of this week so far.

This past Thursday night, August 10, 2023, Hisam became the new HOH (Head Of Household). Then, on Friday, August 11, 2023, Hisam decided to nominate Reilly and Cameron for eviction with Reilly as his main target. On Saturday,August 12, 2023, the POV competition was played, and Hisam pulled out that victory as well.

That all leads us to yesterday’s POV Ceremony meeting. During it, Hisam, not surprisingly, decided not to use the veto to save anyone to keep his nominations the same. That means Reilly and Cameron are the final nominees for this week/round, and one of them will head out the door this Thursday night, August 17, 2023 during the LIVE eviction episode.

According to some of the Big Brother LIVE feed conversations, Hisam said some harsh words to Reilly during the POV ceremony. So much so that he decided that he needed to apologize to her later on. So, that should be an interesting speech to see when it airs on the TV show.

Also, at around 1:15 pm Pacific standard time yesterday, August 14, 2023, Cory was seen telling Cirie that he is voting to keep Reilly. At around 1:35 pm, Jared was seen telling Reilly that she has his vote along with Jag, Matt and Blue. Reilly said she thinks she also has America and Cory’s vote. Jared and Jag were also seen trying to help Reilly out with her campaigning efforts.

At around 6:22 PM, Mecole told Reilly, “Stay calm and keep working because you have a lot of people who want you to stay this week.”

At around 6:38 PM, Cirie was seen telling Reilly that Felicia is already annoyed with Hisam trying to tell people how to vote, so she’s already on the way to swinging Reilly’s way. Cirie went on to say, “If you can get Izzy’s vote, I think we can save you. I don’t trust Cameron, and I would like to see him go.”

At round 7:30 PM, Jared, Cirie and Izzy were seen saying if they betray Hisam, he could work with the others and that would not be good for them. Then, Cirie said, “You’re right. Reilly has to go this week and then we can get out Cameron or even backdoor Hisam.”

However, at around 8:05 pm, talks flipped again with Cirie saying, “If Hisam gets rid of Reilly, he can pull in Jag and Blue to become stronger. Cameron should go now.”

At around 12:50 AM today, August 15, 2023, Jag was seen telling America, “If we don’t have the votes to keep Reilly, we can’t risk being left behind in the minority of the numbers. So, we should vote out Reilly.”

Based on those Big Brother LIVE feed conversations, it sounds like this LIVE eviction could go either way this Thursday night. It’s still pretty early in the week, and they’re constantly flipping back and forth about keeping Reilly or Cameron.

It’ll be interesting to see how the producers edit this footage for the TV show because they definitely have a lot of material to work with. Anyways, how do you guys feel about Hisam not using the veto and keeping Reilly and Cameron on the eviction chopping block at the POC ceremony? Let us know in the comments section.

Alright, guys. That is going to be a wrap for this latest, “Big Brother” TV show, spoiler report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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