By John Powell – GlobalTV.com
Things just got a lot more complicated for Invisible HoH, Jag.
Big Brother has announced to the houseguests that by the end of today’s competitions there will be two veto holders, a double veto twist.
The twist was first introduced in the game during season 14 when Frank Eudy opened Pandora’s Box. Ian Terry won the Golden Ball of Veto. He did not use the power. Jenn Arroyo won the scheduled veto competition and took Dan Gheesling off the block.
The Double Power of Veto has since returned during Big Brother: Over the Top, Celebrity Big Brother 2 and Big Brother 23 as part of the High Roller’s Room twist.
On the live feeds, Jag voiced his concern about the twist.
“How do double vetoes work?” he asked Cory.
“I was thinking about that. I think you probably use it at the same time,” said Cory. He believes a replacement cannot be named and then removed by the second veto holder.
“The time they did this before, the first person didn’t use the veto,” said Cory. “It was at Dan’s funeral. Ian didn’t use the veto. It would be a big advantage if someone were to win the second veto.”
In the kitchen, Cirie, Felicia and Bowie were discussing the same subject.
Felicia thought it was interesting that the announcement made it clear that the Invisible HoH will name any replacement nominees. Cirie and Felicia are still not aware that Jag is the Invisible HoH.
“It said ‘powers’ so there could be more,” said Felicia thinking the twists won’t end with the double veto.
“I don’t even care. I just want to win one of them to take my ass off the block,” she laughed.
As Invisible HoH, Jag nominated Felicia and Blue for eviction. His target is Blue.
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