Tonight, the Big Brother 17 houseguests played the Power of Veto competition. Head of Household Shelli Poole played alongside her nominees John “Johnny Mac” McGuire and Jason Roy. Prior to the Power of Veto competition, Shelli discussed, with her allies, a Big Brother 2015 backdoor scenario.
Yesterday Shelli became infuriated with Audrey Middleton for her sketchy behavior. Audrey continues to try to create mistrust among the Big Brother 2015 houseguests. She even betrayed her own alliances to protect her own game. All of these actions are expected and encouraged in the Big Brother game. However, you need to make sure no one catches you doing it.
Multiple people have caught Audrey lying and trying to manipulate conversations. Due to loyalty, Shelli constantly chose Audrey’s side over other Big Brother 17 houseguests.
Earlier today, the names chosen to play in this week’s Power of Veto competition were Meg Maley, James Huling, and Vanessa Rousso. Privately, Meg and James discussed with Shelli and Clay Honeycutt the possibility of saving Jason and replacing him with Audrey. By the end of the discussion, things still seemed unclear on what Shelli would do if someone saved Jason.
The competition was similar to the one played last year, where houseguests needed to cut the right wire. If they cut the wrong wire, a paint bomb exploded on their faces. The elimination happened in this order James, Shelli, Meg, Jason, and John.
After an over two-hour competition, Vanessa won the Power of Veto.
Do you think Vanessa will actually use the Veto? And is Audrey’s Big Brother life in danger?