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Big Brother spoilers about Veto Ceremony revealed on live feeds

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Xavier Prather and Kyland Young made it to the final four of the Big Brother 23 season. Pic credit: CBS

Big Brother spoilers from the live feeds have revealed what will take place at the Veto Ceremony.

There are only four people left in the game and the Veto Ceremony will give Big Brother fans the answer about who is going to be in the final three this season.

For readers who don’t know already, Xavier Prather won the Power of Veto. It was another competition victory for him as Xavier continues to build his resume this season.

A lot of discussions took place on the Big Brother live feeds and Xavier met with each of the other three remaining BB23 cast members (Azah Awasum, Derek Frazier, and Kyland Young). And then Xavier revealed his plan, and since Xavier is the HOH (he nominated Kyland and Azah), he continues to hold all the power.

What will Xavier do at the final Big Brother 23 Veto Ceremony?

The last Veto Ceremony of the season is typically saved for the final four Eviction Ceremony. This means it won’t be until the Thursday, September 23 episode of the show where the Big Brother spoilers get confirmed.

As it stands, Xavier plans to keep his nominations the same. He met with Derek F. and Azah and laid out a plan where they will be going to the final three with him. The trio then spent several days complaining about Kyland’s gameplay this season.

Xavier also has a backup plan in case he gets nervous about what Derek F. might do at the Veto Ceremony. Should he get worried, Xavier will use the Power of Veto to save Azah so that she can be the one to vote out Kyland.

Big Brother 23 winner to be decided soon

We are getting down to the final few episodes on the Big Brother TV schedule this summer. That means it is nearly time for the BB23 jury to step in and decide who is going to win the $750,000 prize.

On the Big Brother live feeds, Derek Frazier has been bragging about his gameplay this season. He feels that he has done as much as anyone in the game this summer and that he definitely has a good enough resume to win the season. His confidence is really high in that regard, especially after so many Big Brother fans gave him BB Bucks votes.

It could get very interesting if Derek F. or Azah find a way to win Part 3 of the final Head of Household Competition and then decide to send Xavier packing. It could make for a really intriguing episode of Big Brother 23 if the final two ended up being Derek F. and Azah.

Before the month of September comes to an end, we will know the name of the Big Brother 23 winner. Then, it will be time to start looking forward to the next new season of the show.

CBS renewed Celebrity Big Brother for Winter 2022, so it won’t be much longer until we see a new group of houseguests walking through the front doors. There are already some online rumors about the BB Celeb 3 cast.

Big Brother 23 airs on CBS during Summer 2021.

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6 thoughts on “Big Brother spoilers about Veto Ceremony revealed on live feeds”

  1. I have watched this show since SEASON 1 !!! This season of BB ruined my summer excitement for watching and waiting for this show. What a disappointment. Now all I need is for Derek X or Azah to win. Floaters with no life vest! I will no longer watch.

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    • no, it goes back to free black people “buffalo soldiers” exterminating native indians. learn “your” history dimwit.

      poor me african american misinformation on shows like big brother and pretty much every other show on cbs. hypocrites need a serious history lesson. less we should forget 2 million white males, non-slave owners mind you, fought for the north in the civil war, more than 500,000 of which died for the cause. or that 20,000,000+ white skinned people immigrated to the usa post civil war/slavery (1880-1920), many of which were discriminated against by both whites and blacks. or the tens of millions imported against their will in the name of white slavery aka indentured servitude, children kidnapped off the streets and from orphanages, up to as late as the 1970’s via the UK/EU govt and catholic church. so you see the vast majority of white people in the usa today have absolutely zero ancestral relations to north american slavery. none. in fact, if you dare go back past 150 years, god forbid anyone should do that, most if not all white skinned people on planet earth have been victims of slavery, ancestral relations to white slavery in the european/british isles conquest carried out by the moors and roman armies which consisted of africans. how about the slave trade within africa itself? the real racism profiteers were tribal leaders selling there enemies and offspring to the highest bidders. slave trade going on present day back to ancient predynastic egypt? I mean now we’re talking about tens of thousands of years, not a couple of hundred. so please. get a clue and take accountability for your own actions and those of your ancestors before ranting and raving about present day white usa systemic racism and reperations. Hypocrites.

      Wake up already! The truth is, anti white racism is a business in America. BIG business. And business is booming. Just ask any one of these many regional BLM reps with their e-store trinket junk sales and donation buttons, crowd funded smoke and mirror campaigns, offshore bank accounts, LLC hide n seek, sports cars, designer clothes, mansions, yachts and felony criminal records. If racism ended today, tens of millions of “African” American black people would have no job, income or purpose in life.

      look up “buffalo soldiers” native indian genocide. “CRT” selective affirmative action hypocrites, you are not immune to accountability. And look up Tyree Conyers-Page, also known as “Sir Maejor Page” for the truth on BLM. Then go watch the tv show “the first 48” to see whats really going on in “africa america”. Nothing but facts. Period. End of.

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  2. This show is set to intermix different people, straight or gay, religious or not, african-American, south-American, central American europian American & north American.

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  3. diverse?!! LOL.. yeah um so where are the middle aged and elderly? and where tf are the native indians in the cast???? see-bs clearly is ageist and racist against whites and natives.

    search “2019 big brother first black winner” and you will see all of the usual media suspects claiming and praising the first black winner.. and those same exact media suspects are claiming it once again. um hellooo.. it is mathematically impossible to have a “first time in history” twice.. unless of course we’re talking about african american charter school mathematics that is. what a pathetic joke. See-BS is the new BET/OWN anti-white buffalo soldier hypocritical TV network.

    is it really any wonder why this season of bb has the lowest ratings of all seasons in the history of the franchise? LOL…

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