The veto challenge on Big Brother has officially been secured by a winner, which gives a houseguest the power to remove a nomination.
As Big Brother 23 gets well underway, the vetos are officially being secured, and viewers are eager to find out who won the first of the season.
The power of veto is won weekly in the competition, involving six houseguests: Head of Household, two nominees, and three chosen ones.
Reality Titbit can reveal who won the veto on the August 25th episode, as well as share reactions to the official winner.
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What is the power of veto on Big Brother?
- Power of veto allows the owner to remove a nomination from the Nomination Block.
The Power of Veto guarantees the holder safety should one of the nominees be removed, unless he or she is the only possible replacement nominee.
The Head of Household then chooses a new nomination.
Powers of Veto can be won outside of competitions occasionally, such as a prize to come from Pandora’s Box.
Who won the veto on Big Brother 23?
- Xavier Prather won the power of veto on Big Brother 23.
The houseguest ended up winning the veto challenge, with a time of 3:05.
Although Big D is the contestant who really went for it, it took him 16 minutes to set up his reward win.
As there was a slight hitch in Xavier’s win, his punishment is based on if he does or does not win Head of Household the following week.
If he doesn’t, Xavier will become that week’s third nominee on the block.
Viewers react to Big Brother 23 veto win
Viewers did not seem too pleased that Xavier won the power of veto.
Also, some fans are accusing producers of rigging the veto draw.
However, some are pretty pleased that Xavier secured the win.
“Time for Xavier, the Exodia of Big Brother, to put The Cookout on his back (again) by winning Power Of Veto! Lets go X!”, said another.
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