'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Week 5 PoV Ceremony Results
'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Week 5 PoV Ceremony Results
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
This is definitely an odd week in the Big Brother house.  Chima is the Head of Household, but as the secret Wizard with the power of Coup d'Etat, it's really Jeff who will ultimately decide everyone's fate.  Throw in a random Jeremy Piven visit, and it's hard to tell which side is up any more.  Chima nominated Lydia and Russell, mostly for personal reasons, so continue reading to find out who won the Power of Veto and whether it was used.

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains results to the Power of Veto competition and ceremony.


Kevin, Lydia's BFF, won the PoV, and you'd assume that he'd save his only true friend in the house.  Wrong!

Big Brother 11 had another odd turn as Kevin did NOT use the Veto, keeping Russell and Lydia as the two nominees.  "WTF?" you may ask.

Well, it seems Kevin didn't want to upset anyone, and he seems pretty convinced by Chima that his best friend Lydia is safe and that Russell is the real target.  Is Chima telling the truth?

Kevin had better hope so.  Assuming Jeff doesn't use his magical power, I'll assume the Sunshine Crew (Jeff, Jordan, Russell and Michele) is still in effect, meaning that's three votes to evict Lydia.  Kevin will definitely vote to keep her, so that puts the power squarely in the hands of Jessie and Natalie.  Given Natalie's intense jealousy, I don't see cooler heads prevailing, so in my humble opinion, Kevin just made a huge mistake.

Sure, he might've upset some people if he took Lydia off the block, but at least he'd be guaranteed to still have one friend in the house.  However, after Marcellas famously did not use the Veto on himself the week he got evicted, there seems to be a trend of gay men making bad decisions when it comes to the PoV.



-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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