‘Big Brother 20’ spoilers: Week 9 Power of Veto competition plans

The Week 9 Power of Veto competition on Saturday (August 25) will be the first to be held after the introduction of a new twist, Jury Battle Back. “Big Brother” host Julie Chen had teased this returning wrinkle in the game on Thursday’s live episode. Keep reading for all the details, including how this impacted the nomination evictions of Week 9 Head of Household Angela Rummans.

Angela named two of the houseguests who are not part of the Level 6 alliance: Haleigh Broucher and Faysal Shafaat. Haleigh is a 21-year-old student from Texas while Scottie is a 26-year-old substitute teacher from Florida. Neither of them has had to face the jury of their peers before. Haleigh had been tapped by Week 4 HOH Sam Bledsoe but then Fessy won the Power of Veto competition and took her out of the firing line.

We know he won’t be doing that this week if he prevails in the POV competition that is due to take place on Saturday afternoon. He, along with Angela and Haleigh will compete for this game-changing power along with three other houseguests. We’ll keep a sharp eye on the live feeds and report back with all the #BB20 spoilers, including the POV line-up and the outcome.

UPDATE: The other three houseguests taking part in the POV competition will be Sam, JC Mounduix and Kaycee Clark (who has been up for eviction for the past two weeks running and easily defeated Angie “Rockstar” Lantry and Scottie Salton respectively)

SEE ‘Big Brother 20’ spoilers: Who won Week 9 Power of Veto competition on #BB20 and what does this mean for August 30 eviction?

While waiting for that news, be sure to vote in our poll below as to who you’d like to see evicted on August 30. Or do you like them both so much that you want to see a substitution in the nominations at the POV ceremony? And be sure to sound off in the comments section with your thoughts on #BB20 so far.

SEE ‘Big Brother 20’ spoilers: August 26 episode will include Week 9 Head of Household winner, eviction nominations [WATCH]

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

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