On Big Brother 2015, Head of Household Shelli Poole set a plan in motion to eliminate Da’Vonne Rogers. Shelli and showmance partner Clay Honeycutt view Da’Vonne as a threat to their Big Brother 17 game. They had several plans this week to ensure Da’Vonne’s eviction. One of those Big Brother plans involved ensuring that Da’Vonne lost the Power of Veto.
Over the weekend, the Big Brother 17 houseguests competed in the Power of Veto competition. This competition did not go exactly as Shelli and Clay wanted, but well enough to keep their eliminating Da’Vonne plan intact.
At the start of the Big Brother 2015 week, Da’Vonne was up for eviction against John “Johnny Mac” McGuire. Johnny Mac won the Veto. Despite Shelli’s efforts to convince Jonny Mac to not use the Veto, he took himself off the block.
Originally, Shelli planned to put Liz Nolan and Julia Nolan on the block as a replacement nominee. In the final hours, Shelli switched her focus to Meg Maley. Meg’s popularity almost guarantees her safety and Da’Vonne’s eviction.
In today’s Power of Veto ceremony, Shelli stuck with her new plan and put Meg on the block alongside Da’Vonne. Either Da’Vonne or Meg will go home this week on Big Brother 17. Kathy Griffins’ Last Laugh twist could impact the outcome of who actually leaves on Thursday night.