‘Big Brother 19’ Spoilers: Week 5 Veto Ceremony is over – See the results & final noms!

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This week’s Veto Ceremony is over and here are the final Big Brother 19 noms. Read on for the latest Big Brother spoilers for Week 5’s Power of Veto events. Well if you don’t want updates read no further. Ok, that’s your spoiler WARNING.

The outcome of today’s veto meeting will likely be the determining factor in whether Jessica uses the Halting Hex or decides to let the eviction proceed on Thursday.

After Paul won both the HOH and the POV, he has all the power to determine which houseguests will be on the block come Thursday’s eviction. While Paul has that power, Jessica has a power of her own which gives her the ability to halt an eviction and move onto the next week without anyone going home. Jessica has flirted with the idea of not using the Hex, but the outcome of today’s ceremony will be what lets us know the odds of that.

Week 5 Power of Veto Ceremony results – Spoilers!

Paul decided to use his Veto on Jason

Since Jason was the third nominee for losing the Temptation Competition, there is no renom needed. This leaves Cody and Jessica as the final nominees for week 5 eviction and all but guaranteeing that Jessica uses the Hex on Thursday so that she doesn’t risk her going home. The only thing keeping the chances of Jessica not using the Hex would have been Jessica coming down and Alex being put up in her place. So at least she’ll hopefully be forced in to making the wiser game decision here since she seemed to be contemplating not using it to let Cody get evicted.

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