This week’s veto competition is arguably one of the most important and consequential of the summer, as Victor put up the two biggest targets that have been nominated at once all summer.
Victor nominated Corey and Paulie, with the intention of sending Paulie home this week. The players who were picked to play alongside them were James, Nicole, and Paul. Corey and Paulie will literally both be fighting for their lives as if one of them does come down, the other will be the one going home.
Today’s veto competition is will be another one that completely determines how this week goes. Whether Michelle or Zakiyah stay nominated, or if one of them manages to pull themselves down and The Executives come up with a new plan to backdoor someone else.
James, Natalie, and Paulie were chosen to play alongside Victor, Michelle, and Zakiyah. The houseguests believe today’s veto was going to be a luxury competition, which makes things all the more interesting for players like James who had no intention of winning the actual veto. It’ll also be interesting if Paulie were to win today as him and Paul have been at odds over who they should get out this week.
This week’s veto competition will be determining the outcome of this week. The backdoor plan will either be able to move forward or they’ll be forced to vote out someone they wanted to keep to use as a pawn.
The player in this week’s veto was Paul, Bridgette, Paulie, Corey, Natalie, and Victor. The competition this week was similar to the track running one from last year. We won’t know for sure until Wednesday episode, but James did say that it was a remake of a competition that he watched last year.
The veto ceremony is later today, which means that we’ll have our final nominees that’ll be up for eviction this Thursday. This veto ceremony is the only hope Frank and Bridgette have when it comes to both of them staying.
Bridgette and Frank were both nominated this week by James, with the intention of sending Frank home. However, the veto winning, Michelle, wants Bridgette to go home. Paulie even brought up to James that Michelle could possibly use the veto on Frank to ensure that Bridgette is the one they send home.
This week’s veto is going to be crucial for the majority alliance’s plans now that they decided to nominate Frank outright instead of backdooring him, which wouldn’t allow him to play in veto like he is today. Frank has the chance to save himself and spoil everyone’s plans.
Da’Vonne, Michelle, and Nicole were played to play in the veto alongside James, Bridgette, and Frank. If it’s a luxury competition, James has plans to go for the money, which means that Frank is only really competing against the four girls. If Frank can pull out a win, there is a chance that Frank could rally the votes against whoever the replacement nominee is and save both him and Bridgette.