Houseguests compete in the first Veto competition

 Houseguests compete in the first Veto competition

Big Brother continued on CBS yesterday, with the houseguest competing in the first Power of Veto competition of the season.

On Sunday’s show we saw Reilly win the First HoH competition of the season. With the power she was given the task of saving TWO of the nominated houseguests from the block – she decided to save Jared and Cory from the block, which left Felicia (her pawn) and Kirsten (her target) still as nominees.

Reilly’s target this week is Kirsten, explaining that it’s because she’s “done too much too fast” and that Felicia would be the perfect pawn.

Ahead of the Veto competition the players needed to be picked, with the HOH and two nominees drawing a name out of the box to select the three other players who would compete alongside them. Reilly picked Hisam, Kirsten picked Blue whilst Felicia had Cameron.

For the POV competition, Cirie hosted the players through a Humili-verse competition. Players had to stack 35 flower pieces in a freestanding formation, the first to finish would win the competition.

It was Kirsten’s fell at the last minute and Hisam was able to get all 35 flowers to stand on their own in order to collect the first POV of the season.

At the Veto Ceremony, Hisam declared that he had decided against using the Power of Veto and that the nominees would remain the same.

Who will be evicted from the Big Brother house? Find out Thursday on CBS.

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