'Big Brother 19' Spoilers: Was the Final 5 Power of Veto Used?
'Big Brother 19' Spoilers: Was the Final 5 Power of Veto Used?
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Paul has been in control of nearly every aspect of Big Brother 19, but Josh is catching on and seems ready and willing to take a shot. What happened with this week's Power of Veto and who will be evicted in fifth place? More importantly, will they join the Revengers since the last three fifth place finishers (Victor, Austin and Frankie) were all in the trailer?

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 19 spoilers.

Paul won the Power of Veto.

He did not use it.

So Alex and Kevin are still on the block and it looks like Alex will be evicted. Paul talked to her about not using the Power of Veto and explained that she's a big threat. He also tried to maintain his friendship, claiming that if he used it on her he would lose jury votes. Alex didn't seem to buy it, settling on the fact that Paul's friendship is a lie, though she still told him she'd vote for him to win.

The interesting development is that Josh didn't appreciate that Paul tried to blame him and Christmas for this decision, once again refusing to get any blood on his hands. Josh is so upset that he actually wants to save Alex now just to spite Paul, pushing for there to be a split vote so he can evict Kevin. But that seems unlikely.

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As in previous years, it seems that CBS will pre-tape the eviction on Tuesday afternoon, and the feeds will be down until after the episode airs Wednesday night. Then they will play the Final 4 HoH competition on Tuesday, the last Power of Veto on Wednesday, and Thursday night we will see another live eviction as we get down to the Final 3.

FUN FACT

-Paul is now only the sixth person to reach the Final 4 without ever going on the block. The others are season 2's Hardy Ames-Hill, season 3's Danielle Reyes and Jason Guy, season 16 winner Derrick Levasseur and season 18 winner Nicole Franzel.


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