Big Brother: Who won Veto, will they use it at Veto Meeting?

Big Brother: Who won Veto, will they use it at Veto Meeting? (Sam Bledsoe Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS)
Big Brother: Who won Veto, will they use it at Veto Meeting? (Sam Bledsoe Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS) /
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Who won the Big Brother Veto will get confirmed during the September 12 episode. But first, the Veto Meeting will take place inside the BB20 house a bit later on September 10, setting the stage for the next Eviction Ceremony.

On Sunday night (September 9), the latest episode of Big Brother 20 aired on CBS. Episode 33 focused on who the Head of Household had nominated for eviction. Kaycee Clark placed Haleigh Broucher and Sam Bledsoe on the block. Before that, they all got to watch as former houseguests took over the first floor. Victor Arroyo proposed to Nicole Franzel and many former winners joined them to celebrate.

Big Brother Power of Veto spoilers

The Veto Competition already took place this past weekend, with Kaycee, Haleigh, Sam, Tyler Crispen, Angela Rummans, and Brett Robinson playing for the Power of Veto. It was Kaycee who won the Big Brother Veto, keeping the power in her hands as the current HOH. It also guaranteed that she could decide who would be heading to the BB20 jury next.

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It may be easy to predict what Kaycee is going to do at the September 10 Veto Meeting. She will host it and give Haleigh and Sam the opportunity to tell her why she should save one of them from the block. As per the agreement already in place with the Level Six alliance, though, it seems very unlikely that she is going to shake things up. Instead, Kaycee is planning to not use the Power of Veto.

Predicting Week 11 Eviction Ceremony

With Haleigh Broucher and Sam Bledsoe on the block this week, at least one of them is going to join the BB20 jury on Thursday night. During the first Eviction Ceremony for September 13, the plan by Level Six is to send Haleigh to the jury. Things might get exciting later in that episode, though, as host Julie Chen has stated that two houseguests are heading to the jury. It could end up meaning that both Haleigh and Sam go home on the same night, but it could change a bit if either Sam or JC Mounduix can find a way to win that first Head of Household Competition on Thursday night.

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Kaycee is the houseguest who won the Veto on Big Brother again this week, showing how strong she has been in competitions recently. That might make her seem like a big threat to the rest of the members in the Level Six alliance, so it could get really interesting to see how this season is going to play out. The season finale is coming up quick, taking them all toward when the jury will reveal the Big Brother 20 winner.