The Big Brother Canada 10 final four Power of Veto Competition kicked off a night early. However, we didn’t find out who won it until the next day. For those who need a little refresher, the way the final four Veto plays out, we likely won’t see who is eliminated until Wednesday’s episode.
The feeds will likely go off on Saturday or Sunday and that could be it for the season. This means that we won’t know for sure who goes home after the Veto, but we can assume. For example, if Haleena Gill or Kevin Jacobs wins the Veto, then Betty Yirsaw is going out the door. If Betty wins it, then Kevin is likely gone from the game. The Power of Veto Ceremony is also the final four eviction–taking us to the final three.
Josh Nash has made it clear that he wants to take out Kevin this week as the current HOH, but Josh has betrayed Betty before, so we’ll have to wait to see who he decides to evict if he wins Veto. If Josh wins the Veto, he may save Betty from the block, giving her the sole power to cast the final vote.
By default, Haleena will become the replacement nominee. This will mean that one of the Ghosts makes it to the final three and the other goes to the jury. This Power of Veto Competition really determines which pair of duos make it to the end together.
BBCAN10 Week 10 Power of Veto Competition Results
- Josh won the Power of Veto!
Are you happy with the results?
Like I said yesterday, Josh is still a wild card. It would be smart of him to use Veto and save Betty, allowing her to vote out Haleena or Kevin, but who knows if Kevin can wiggle his way back into Josh’s good graces. It’ll definitely be an interesting few days.
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