Big Brother 18 spoilers now include the Week 7 Veto results. The Veto competition took place in the BB18 house on Saturday, August 6, with the results revealed on the CBS live feeds in the afternoon. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Victor Arroyo won the Week 7 HOH competition, giving him the ability to name the two nominees for eviction. Late on Friday, August 5, Victor nominated Michelle Meyer and Zakiyah Everette. There was immediate drama on the live feeds after the women received the shocking news (to them).
A report from fan site Joker's Updates earlier in the day stated that Michelle Meyer had spoken to the camera about who would be participating in the Veto competition. In addition to Victor Arroyo, Zakiyah Everette, and Michelle, the three houseguests playing for the Power of Veto were Paulie Calafiore, Nicole Franzel, and James Huling. It was also relayed that James planned on throwing the Veto, which in itself would be a really risky move, as it could lead to himself or Natalie Negrotti becoming a replacement nominee.
James: "When I look at you, sometimes I wanna say...." Natalie: "...shut up James!" #BB18 pic.twitter.com/qDkVyzAfXUAs for the primary Big Brother 18 spoilers from Saturday, the Veto competition was an extremely long one, or at the very least, producers had a lot of work to film all the footage for it. The live feeds were down for more than five hours as it took place. A report from Joker's Updates relayed the information on what took place while the cameras were off. The BB18 house got completely trashed, showing that this was the Hide And Seek competition, where houseguests took turns hiding things in the house and then everyone went searching. It looks like a lot of cleaning is now needed.
— BigBrotherLeak (@BigBrotherLeak) August 6, 2016
it was hide 'n seek veto comp, trash the habitat - sounds like Paulie won - cleanup is underway #bb18 pic.twitter.com/J9GBR73CreIt was immediately obvious on the live feeds that Paulie Calafiore had won the Power of Veto. This gives Paulie the power to keep the nominations the same at the Veto ceremony. It would mean that the house then votes whether to evict Zakiyah Everette or Michelle Meyer next. If Paulie sticks with the plan he worked out with Paul Abrahamian and Victor Arroyo, then nothing will change. What Paulie has now, though, is an opportunity to completely shake up the game, rather than progressing toward the final alliance he wants to be comprised of all guys.
— hamsterwatch #BB18 (@hamsterwatch) August 7, 2016
#whenpovstarted #BBLF #bb18 pic.twitter.com/1EFDxp41jqThe Veto ceremony will take place on Monday, August 7, giving a lot of time for the BB18 house to discuss how it is going to play out. The double eviction is also coming up, so it's possible that both of the final nominees for the week could go home on Thursday night (August 11). The houseguests have been acting paranoid about a possible double eviction for most of the summer, so there are a lot of plans that have already been put in place. Anything can happen during a double eviction, though, due to the rushed timeframe in which the HOH has to make a decision.
— Kroatley (@kroatley11) August 7, 2016
bros gonna bro #bb18 pic.twitter.com/nlctVOeTy1It will be during the Sunday, August 7, episode of the show where CBS viewers will finally find out who won the HOH endurance competition. Victor Arroyo outlasted Natalie Negrotti to win the power, making him an HOH for the first time this summer. The nominations, as well as the winner of the second Care Package (James Huling), will also be revealed. Viewers will have to wait until next Wednesday (August 10), to find out about the other Big Brother 18 spoilers. A lot more could happen in BB18 house before that episode airs.
— hamsterwatch #BB18 (@hamsterwatch) August 6, 2016
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