Who wins veto on Big Brother 2023 tonight? (Oct. 3, 2023)

BIG BROTHER 25 Sunday, August 6, (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT on the CBS Television Network and live streaming on Paramount+. Pictured: Cirie Fields, Izzy Gleicher, Jag Bains, Mecole Hayes, Red Utley, Bowie Jane, America Lopez, Reilly Smedley, Cory Wurtrnberger, Cameron Harding, Matt Klotz, Jared Fields, Kirsten Elwin, Luke Valentine, Hisam Goueli, Blue Kim and Felicia Cannon. Photo: CBS ©2023 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Highest quality screengrab available.
BIG BROTHER 25 Sunday, August 6, (8:00 – 9:00 PM ET/PT on the CBS Television Network and live streaming on Paramount+. Pictured: Cirie Fields, Izzy Gleicher, Jag Bains, Mecole Hayes, Red Utley, Bowie Jane, America Lopez, Reilly Smedley, Cory Wurtrnberger, Cameron Harding, Matt Klotz, Jared Fields, Kirsten Elwin, Luke Valentine, Hisam Goueli, Blue Kim and Felicia Cannon. Photo: CBS ©2023 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Highest quality screengrab available. /
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With Cameron Hardin as our new Head of House for this week, the Big Brother house is once again doing their best to avoid the underlying fury of this houseguest they can’t seem to get rid of.

Because of Cameron’s lone wolf nature, he mostly does what he wants; acting first, thinking about the consequences later. All the more reason why the remaining houseguests, including the ones on the block (Felicia Cannon and Mecole Hayes), have to try to win the Golden Power of Veto to take away total power from Cameron. But who will be successful in securing the Veto? Here’s what we know so far.

Warning: Spoilers are up ahead!

Big Brother 2023: Who won the Power of Veto on Oct. 3, 2023?

It looks like Cameron Hardin is proving that he is a force to be reckoned with, as this houseguest collected the Golden Power of Veto and thus, secured complete power for this entire week of Big Brother.

As far as what he wants to do with the Veto, Cameron tossed around the idea of backdooring Cory Wurtenberger, especially since this houseguest poses a huge threat to his game in the long run. However, Cameron decided it would be best to keep Felicia and Mecole on the block and save Cory for later.

Who may go home during Week 9 of Big Brother?

Way back when, Cameron voiced how much he didn’t want Felicia in the jury house. His wishes may come true, as he is vying to get Felicia out the house once and for all. He is now rallying the troops to get her out, and the house wanted to initially not do his bidding. However, after thinking about it for some time, Felicia is the better option since Mecole poses no danger for now.

What’s more, apparently Felicia called out Cory during her Veto speech. The last person to ruffle feathers during his speech was Hisam Goueli, and he wound up going home the next week after his stint. Could this be in the cards for Felicia, too?

Of course, we have to also entertain the idea of Mecole going home since the house could still flip the vote if they want to go against Cameron’s wishes. Anything can happen!

Don’t forget to tune into tonight’s episode of Big Brother at 8:00 p.m. ET on CBS!

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