For the past four weeks on Big Brother 15, one of the nominees has won the Power of Veto to save him or herself. In fact, the PoV has been used every week this year. Will that streak continue?

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 15 spoilers.

GinaMarie is the HoH. She nominated Candice and Jessie. Amanda is America’s MVP nominee. Judd and Spencer were also chosen to compete for the Veto.

Jessie won the Power of Veto!

It was also a reward/punishment competition, so I’ll update as we find out what people got. It sounds like there was a lot of tension and drama as it was the standard challenge where everyone plays a game and the worst score is out in each round and gets a gift. The next person out can steal a gift or open a new one.

-Jessie: Power of Veto

-Candice: Must Wear a Clownie-tard for the Week (a unitard resembling Aaryn’s creepy Clownie doll, which is just adding insult to injury since she’s probably going to be evicted in it)

-Judd: $5,000

-Spencer: A Bahamas Vacation

-GinaMarie: Must Wear the Cone of Shame for 48 Hours (like what dogs wear to stop them from scratching themselves)

-Amanda: Must Go Outside for a Spray Tan Every Time Music Plays

Check out Candice’s Clownie-tard. She’s being a good sport about it, but after all the racist stuff, I find this pretty offensive.

candiclownietard.pngAnd check out GM’s Cone of Shame:

gm-coneofshame.pngFinally, here’s Amanda getting her spray tan in the backyard.

amdnaspraytan.pngThis is a bit unexpected, and it definitely takes Plan B off the table. Now Candice is in serious, SERIOUS trouble. Odds are GinaMarie will take the easy way out and put Spencer up as the replacement nominee. It’s possible the votes could swing against Spencer (Elissa is already trying to do it), but it seems doubtful because that would just really upset Aaryn and GinaMarie, who McCrae, Amanda and Andy are trying to work with.

Then there’s the crazier option of Jessie, Judd, Helen and Elissa growing some cojones to evict Amanda (it only takes four votes), but that also seems highly unlikely. So Candice is probably gone. At least we have a double eviction to look forward to.

There is some drama as it seems Candice may have overheard that Amanda thought Judd is the MVP, so she told him about this and Judd then confronted Amanda about it. Now, of course, Amanda is more certain than ever that Candice won the MVP because she’s friends with a former America’s Next Top Model contestant. However, Elissa is trying to convince Amanda that it’s NOT Candice, most likely in order to try and save her. I’ve already decided that my favorite moment of the season will be when Amanda learns America was the MVP who nominated her twice in a row.


Since this is now a dull week, I thought I’d offer some fun trivia facts.

-This is the first time ever that the first six Power of Veto competitions were won by six different HGs.

-This is also the first time the Power of Veto is used in each of the first six weeks.

-Amanda, Andy and Candice are now the only HGs left who haven’t won a competition. Candice is the biggest loser, as she’s played in 10 competitions (all six HoHs and four PoVs). Amanda has played in nine while Andy has only played in the six HoHs.

-Jessie is now the 10th person this season to win HoH or PoV. Season 5 also had 10 people who won a competition, while season 9 had 11 competition winners and season 6 set the record with 12 of the 14 HGs winning competitions.

-This season is well on its way to setting a record for the most Veto uses. This makes six, with seven more PoVs to go. The most ever was last season when the Power of Veto was used 10 times. The highest percentage came in All-Stars when it was used 9 out of 11 times.

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John Kubicek

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John watches nearly every show on TV, but he specializes in sci-fi/fantasy like The Vampire DiariesSupernatural and True Blood. However, he can also be found writing about everything from Survivor and Glee to One Tree Hill and Smallville.