'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Week 7 PoV Results
'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Week 7 PoV Results
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
This week on Big Brother 11, it's becoming painfully clear who needs to go home, and I'm not talking about who you may think.  Thursday's episode ended with the HoH competition still underway, so stop reading if you don't want to see the results from this week's HoH, nominations and PoV.

BIG BROTHER 11 SPOILER WARNING: This article contains the PoV competition results.

As you already know, Jeff won HoH and he nominated Natalie and Kevin.

Now Jeff has also won the Power of Veto.

I'm on record as loving and supporting Jeff.  If anyone deserves to win this season, it's him.  But right now the other HGs need to rise up and evict him.

For the last few weeks, he's controlled every aspect of the game.  He made the deal with Russell to evict Ronnie during the endurance HoH competition, and that happened.  Then he used the Coup d'Etat to get Jessie out, and as a result of using it, he also got Chima to leave.

Then he threw the next HoH competition so Jordan could win, knowing she'd do whatever he wanted, and now he's won the HoH and PoV competitions.  The man is dominating the game, and he's a threat to win any competition he's a part of.

The bigger question is what Jeff will do with the PoV.  If he's smart, he'd take one of the nominees off and backdoor Russell, who is the only person who might be able to beat Jeff in a physical competition.  With six HGs, it only takes two votes to evict, so he could easily get Jordan and whoever he takes off the block to agree to vote out Russell, and it's done.

Jeff certainly has all the power, but next week will be key for him.  Since he won't be able to compete for HoH, he needs to pray that Jordan wins it or else he needs to win the PoV again next week, otherwise, unless the rest of the HGs are total morons, his triumph could come crashing down.



-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer

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