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‘Big Brother’ 16 spoilers reveal if week 4 POV was used on Brittany or Victoria

Spoilers have revealed whether the week 4 Power of Veto was used to save either Victoria or Brittany from the eviction block. Frankie (L) and Cody are seen here during the most recent Battle of the Block.
Spoilers have revealed whether the week 4 Power of Veto was used to save either Victoria or Brittany from the eviction block. Frankie (L) and Cody are seen here during the most recent Battle of the Block.
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On the last episode of “Big Brother” 16, Amber and Jocasta were seen winning the Battle of the Block, which left Brittany and Victoria on the eviction block and dethroned Frankie as Head of Household. Cody remained in power and although it has not aired yet, the Power of Veto competition has already taken place.

Live feeders who report what is going on inside the “Big Brother” 16 on Joker's Updates have revealed in spoilers who won the POV and whether it was used to save one of those currently at risk for going home. Essentially, Victoria was victorious in the POV contest and on July 21, 2014, took herself off the eviction block.

This meant that Cody, as reigning HOH, had to nominate someone to replace her. He and his alliance members decided they definitely want Brittany to go home this week, so the consensus was to put someone on the eviction block next to her that was sure to stay. Thus, Cody chose Donny as his replacement nominee for eviction.

According to Sunday night’s episode of “Big Brother: After Dark,” Cody was a bit unsure about who he was going to replace Victoria with. Zach tried to convince him to put Caleb on the block and send him packing, but the others convinced him that was not good for their game to do so this week, and decided Donny would be the pawn.

Donny became suspicious of an alliance when he was chosen to replace Victoria, as he began to question whether Cody had some type of secret allegiance to Caleb because he did not put him up as a pawn. The others reassured Donny, according to Joker’s, that he was not going anywhere and that Brittany is the true target.

Big Brother” season 16 airs on Sundays at 8 p.m. ET, Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET, with live eviction shows airing on Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. In addition, “Big Brother: After Dark” is airing Monday and Tuesday nights at 11 p.m. ET, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 12 a.m. ET, and Thursdays at 1 a.m. ET on TVGN.