Following on from Sunday nights dramatic episode which saw this weeks Head of Household being overturned by the Coin of Destiny, it was time for the latest Power of Veto competition last night.
Now that the Coin of Destiny has been used the High Roller room has officially been closed. Dethroned HoH Tiffany still doesn’t officially know that Claire won the power, but has a good idea since she decided to keep Tiffany’s nominations in place – Claire however has no idea that she is just being used by the Cookout who are over the moon that she won’t be able to play in the next HOH competition.
This means that Sarah Beth, Kyland and Xavier remain on the block ahead of the Veto.
Sarah Beth meanwhile knows that her time in the house is in jeopardy as she cries in the DR to Big Brother, with SB not understanding why both her and Kyland appear to be unpopular in the house.
With houseguest numbers now starting to fall in the house, all houseguests with the exception of Big D, Tiffany and Azah are picked to play in this weeks Veto comp.
For this weeks competition, the houseguests are gathered in the living room to watch a sneak peak of the new “Dear Evan Hansen” film.
In the competition, the players will play one at a time in the backyard. They must arrange photos of evicted houseguests – at school, in chronological order. The player who arranges the photos correctly, the fastest would win the golden Power of Veto.
The players finished in the following order:
- Sarah Beth
Despite Kyland knowing that Sarah Beth is the target this week, he talks to Hannah to see if she would use the Veto on him, however Hannah is dead set on using the Veto on Xavier, whilst not knowing entirely what Kyland is up to.
At the Veto meeting, Hannah goes with the plan and takes Xavier down off the block.
Who will be evicted from the Big Brother house? Find out Thursday at 8/7c on CBS.