‘Big Brother 20’ spoilers: August 1 episode will include Week 5 Power of Veto competition and ceremony results

Wednesday episode of “Big Brother” will include clips of both Saturday’s Power of Veto competition and Monday’s ceremony results. Sunday’s episode had revealed that Bayleigh Drayton won the Head of Household competition shortly after last Thursday’s live episode and that she nominated Brett Robinson and Rachel Swindler for eviction.

We’ve been keeping an eye on the live feeds all week. If you dare, check out our spoilers to find out the winner of the Power of Veto and whether they rescued either nominee from possible elimination at the PoV ceremony. If you’d rather not know, watch the video above to get a hint of the drama that unfolded in the house this week.

While this is the first time for Rachel to face a jury of her peers, Brett came close to being evicted in Week 3. Although he was the pick of five houseguests, the other nominee, Winston Hines, saw his time in the house come to an end when six of his rival contestants voted him out.

We’ve been polling “Big Brother” viewers and they overwhelmingly want Brett to be the fifth houseguest evicted from “Big Brother” on August 2. This 25-year-old cybersecurity engineer from Charlestown, Massachusetts registers a whopping 55% in our poll. His rival for elimination, 29-year-old Las Vegas showgirl Rachel, merits a mere 25%.

SEE ‘Big Brother 20’ spoilers: Week 5 Power of Veto ceremony results on #BB20 and what they mean for August 2 eviction

The other 20% of #BB20 viewers want someone else to be sent packing. The only way this will happen is if the PoV winner threw one of the two nominees a lifeline on Monday and forced Bayleigh to swap in another of the remaining nine houseguests. If you haven’t cast your ballot yet, be sure to do so at the bottom of this post and then have your say in our comments section.

SEE ‘Big Brother 20’ Battle Back Showdown: Which evicted houseguest do you want to return? [POLL]

SEE 2018 ‘Big Brother’ schedule: When does #BB20 air on CBS this summer?

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