'Big Brother 19' Spoilers: Who Won the Week 3 Power of Veto?
'Big Brother 19' Spoilers: Who Won the Week 3 Power of Veto?
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
The Power of Veto has been crucial for the first two weeks of Big Brother 19. With a house in chaos, will the results of this week's competition keep things calm or cause even more scrambling? Adding to the excitement, the HGs were surprised with an unexpected PoV competition that took place on Friday night instead of Saturday afternoon.

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Alex is the new HoH.

She nominated Dominique and Jessica.

Jason, Kevin and Christmas were picked to play. However, because of her injury, Christmas was not allowed to compete.

Jason won the Power of Veto!

Right after the competition, Paul talked to Alex and pushed for her to have Jason use the Power of Veto on Jessica and put Mark on the block as the replacement nominee. That would guarantee that Dominique gets evicted and take away the only person actually campaigning to try and keep her.

However, Jason seems to prefer the idea of putting up Raven next to Dominique. But Paul pushed Alex and Jason very hard and convinced them to talk Mark into agreeing to be a pawn to take out Dominique. Alex is on board with it, but Jason definitely seems upset that Paul is calling all the shots. Paul then went down to talk to Matt and Raven about this plan..

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I guess it's pretty clear that Paul is 100 percent committed to taking out Dominique because this would be a huge, killer move. It's definitely helping Paul solidify his alliance with Alex, but it could definitely lead Mark to make some big moves in the future. And with his Pendant of Protection about to expire, Paul is still playing very hard and trying to control everything and everyone.


The person who wins the third Power of Veto competition has never won the game, nor have any of them made it to the Final 3. However, about one-third of them have finished in fourth place: season 17's John McGuire, season 14's Shane Meaney, season 11's Michele Noonan, season 10's Keesha Smith, season 5's Jennifer "Nakomis" Dedmon and Over the Top's Justin Duncan.

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