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'Big Brother 16' spoilers: 2014 season finale date, Veto ceremony facts revealed

CBS has moved the Big Brother 16 finale to Wednesday, September 24th.
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"Big Brother 16" spoilers from Monday (Aug. 4) include the Veto ceremony results and an announcement. The Big Brother 16 season finale has been moved, putting it on the fall schedule behind season premiere of "Survivor." According to a report from Big Brother Network, CBS has moved the finale to Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 9:30 p.m. The 90-minute finale will give producers a chance to show quite a bit and possibly spend more time interviewing evicted houseguests.

Those aren't likely to be the short-term spoilers that fans are looking for, though, as a lot has happened in the house the past few days. It goes back to when Donny and Nicole won the HOH challenge and decided they were going to target some "power" players this week. After Caleb and Victoria won the Battle of the Block to save themselves, it left Nicole and he nominees of Jocasta and Zach in serious risk. Enter the Veto competition and Veto ceremony that have both now taken place.

A report from the live feeds reveals that Christine won the Power of Veto and had the chance to save one of the nominees. She had a lot of people approach her with ideas on how to use it, but in the end she put it right back in the box. This was the first time that the Veto has not been used this season and it leaves Zach Rance and Jocasta Odom as the two houseguests at risk of being voted out. It sets up a very interesting scenario where a guy could be sent out the door.

The vote could sway in either direction this week, because prior to his recent verbal explosions, Zach had the alliance members to be safe. If they stick with him, it will be Jocasta that gets evicted on Thursday (Aug. 7). If they decide that his antics have gone too far, with most of them caused by the member of Team America, then they could end up saving Jocasta. Anything could happen in the next few days and it might lead up to the first vote that isn't easily predicted before eviction night.