Big Brother Over the Top: Week 3 Power of Veto Ceremony Results|
Scott started this Big Brother Over the Top week wanting to create a big spectacle by nominating Shane Chapman and Danielle Lickey. He then wanted to ‘expose’ Shane’s game. Scott wanted to turn the Big Brother Over the Top house against Shane, ensuring his eviction.
However, Scott quickly learned that it wouldn’t be that simple. America’s Care Package, which was awarded to Scott, sent a wrench into the BBOTT game. It gave him the power to pick the veto everyone would play for this week.
He chose the double veto, which would ensure that two players had vetoes this week. The veto competition ended up with Neeley Jackson (Scott’s nominee), Kryssie Ridolfi (Scott’s nominee), Danielle (America’s nominee), Justin Duncan (drawn), and Alex Willett (drawn) playing for the vetoes.
After a short four round competition, Justin and Alex were the two veto holders. It sent the house a little bit into chaos, with emotions running high.
Earlier today, Alex declined to use her veto, but Justin used his to remove Kryssie from the block. Scott then named Shane as the replacement nominee.
Tomorrow, either Shane, Neeley, or Danielle will become the third evictee on Big Brother Over the Top. Who would you rather see leave this Big Brother Over the Top week?
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