Big Brother 2015 Head of Household James Huling made a decision to target a huge power couple. His decision completely changed the Big Brother 17 game.
The first step in James’s plan involved placing his targets, Shelli Poole and Clay Honeycutt, up for eviction. He then needed one of his alliance members to win the Power of Veto. This ensured that the Big Brother 17 nominations stayed the same.
Earlier today, Becky Burgess, Jackie Ibarra, and Vanessa Rousso were picked to play in the POV competition. Shelli and Clay wanted Vanessa to play hard for them and win it. If she won it, she was supposed to take Shelli off the Big Brother block.
Vanessa agreed to fight for them. Becky did not want to show her allegiance so she planned to throw the Power of Veto competition. Jackie and James wanted to make sure they won it to finish their plan to evict Shelli and Clay.
Clay and Shelli needed to win the Veto to save their Big Brother lives. Clay said that he planned to use the Veto to save Shelli.
This week’s Big Brother 2015 Power of Veto competition involved being eliminated each round. Then they must pick a prize box. The box either had the Veto, a prize, or a punishment. After each round, they could exchange it with another houseguest.
This Power of Veto competition ended in James winning the POV. Here are the other prizes and punishments:
Clay-Trip to Ireland
Shelli-do a knife routine 2,400 times in 24 hours, and then run to the living room to ring a bell every 100 times.
Vanessa-Must be a slave to Jackie
Jackie-Won a costume
James has already stated that he will not change the nominees. Clay has already started to campaign to keep Shelli in the house. Vanessa also plans to try to influence James and get him to nominate Steve Moses or Becky as a replacement nominee.