“Big Brother” 2014 spoilers now include the Week 1 Veto ceremony results. These latest “Big Brother 2014 spoilers just came in and they might shock fans that have only been watching on CBS. According to a report from Big Brother Network on Sunday afternoon (June 29), the first Power of Veto ceremony was a big event for Day 10 in the house.
Typically, the Veto ceremony takes place on a Monday, but they did it on a Sunday this week, possibly to allow more time for houseguests to deliberate who they are going to vote for in the first eviction of the season. Donny won the Veto this week and decided to use it to save himself from the block. That is not too surprising, as he had been one of the targets of Head of Household (HOH) Caleb this week.
After Donny took himself off the block, Caleb nominated Joey as the replacement nominee. She has a huge implosion on the live feeds Saturday night (June 28), making this nomination very predictable. Now she will be on the block against Paola as the two nominees facing Week 1 eviction. That ceremony will play out during the “live” show on CBS next Thursday (July 3).
That first “live” episode is set for 9 p.m. PT/ET on Thursday according to the main web site for the show. There is a lot that viewers of the show will have to catch up on when the next two episodes air on Sunday night (June 29) and Wednesday evening (July 2). It will include how the two HOH winners nominated four people, how Frankie’s nominees won an extra challenge, and how that victory removed him from power.
This is already shaping up to be a very interesting season for anyone subscribing to the live feeds, as a lot of drama has been taking place in the house already. It will be interesting to see just how much of it CBS decides to air and whether the Team American idea will have to be scraped if its first member (Joey) is the first houseguest sent packing this season. Expect more “Big Brother” 2014 spoilers to reveal whether it is Joey or Paola at most risk of going home later in the week.