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‘Big Brother’ 16 spoilers reveal week 10 Power of Veto winner, ceremony results

'Big Brother' season 16 spoilers reveal the week 10 Power of Veto winner and whether the power was used. Caleb is seen picking up Cody during a recent challenge, as Derrick (L), Christine (C), and Victoria (L) look on.
'Big Brother' season 16 spoilers reveal the week 10 Power of Veto winner and whether the power was used. Caleb is seen picking up Cody during a recent challenge, as Derrick (L), Christine (C), and Victoria (L) look on.
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The Power of Veto winner in week 10 of “Big Brother” season 16 was revealed by those watching live feeds and reporting results on Joker’s Updates. On Sept. 1, 2014, the POV ceremony was held and required the medallion winner to either use the POV to save a nominee or keep the eviction nominations intact.

Joker’s revealed on Saturday that one of the two women nominated to sit on the eviction block, Christine, won the POV. Apparently, according to live feeders, there was a punishment accompanying the challenge and Cody was required to wear a dinosaur costume.

On Monday, Christine used the POV to save herself, so the current Head of Household, Caleb, had to replace her with another house guest. Nicole was Caleb’s other nominee, so she remains in jeopardy, along with his replacement nomination, Victoria.

There had been talk between cast mates that Frankie might be put on the block and sent packing, but a majority of the Detonator alliance determined he was safe to keep around another week. Frankie has recently come under fire in the press for making a joke about Victoria and her virginity. According to TMZ, Frankie “told two male houseguests they should ‘double team’ Victoria’ and ‘take all her virginities,’” while making lewd gestures in the process. Victoria’s family is now asking for an apology from Frankie and his famous sister, pop star Ariana Grande, over the incident, TMZ reports.

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.