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'Big Brother 16' spoilers: Week 10 Veto results reveal two potential targets

Who will be sitting with Julie Chen in the 2014 'Big Brother' finale.
Who will be sitting with Julie Chen in the 2014 'Big Brother' finale.
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Big Brother 16” spoilers from the weekend include the Week 10 Veto results. These “BB16” spoilers seem to spell out doom for one particular houseguest while providing a lot of momentum for another one. According to a report from Big Brother Network on Saturday (Aug. 30), the only person that didn’t get to play in the Veto competition this week was Frankie. That could possibly be bad for him, but only if the house has some voters decide to flop sides before the Veto ceremony on Monday (Sept. 1).

So the Power of Veto competition was said to have taken a few hours on the live feeds, even though fans didn’t get to see any of it take place live. The nominees heading in to it (placed on the block by HOH Caleb) were Christine and Nicole, raising the stakes for them to both perform well. It was Christine that emerged as the winner, meaning she is going to take herself off the block as soon as possible. Now several scenarios for a replacement nominee have surfaced.

The accepted theory in previous “Big Brother 16” spoilers was that the house wanted to split up Christine and Nicole. That would seem to point to Nicole going home this week, no matter who the replacement nominee ends up being. The alternative plan could be if Derrick can convince people to backdoor Frankie, he is in a very vulnerable position this week. If Frankie were placed on the block, there is also no guarantee that he would go home unless Victoria is still in the pocket of Derrick.

There is going to be a lot of scrambling on Sunday (Aug. 31) as the houseguests move closer to the next Veto ceremony. A lot could happen in the next 36 hours and that will dictate which houseguest goes home at the next eviction ceremony. Until that point, the next episode on CBS is scheduled for Sunday night at 8 p.m. PT/ET.