Big Brother 20 live feed spoilers: Week 2 Veto Ceremony results

Kaitlyn HermanThe week 2 Veto Ceremony has come and gone within the Big Brother 20 house and, as you would imagine, there was the potential for there to be so much chaos as a result of it. The plan going into the ceremony was for Kaitlyn to nominate Swaggy C as a replacement nominee, which would probably lead to a few interesting blowups given that she has been playing most of that side of house for days now. Rockstar and Haleigh knew about the plan, but that was it.

Yes, here’s the interesting thing: For all of the talk of big fireworks, there actually weren’t all that many in the house today. Instead, Swaggy went off with Bayleigh and the two tried to formulate a chance for him to stick around in the game. You could see that Swaggy was genuinely down, mostly because he entered the game so confidant and did a lot in order to display said confidence during the first week. This is about as big of a role reversal as you are going to see during the first week of a game.

We do give Swaggy a lot of credit here: It would’ve been so easy for him to just blow up the house and that temptation may already be there, but we like that he’s already trying to formulate a way in which to get some of the votes. He could have Rockstar, Haleigh, Bayleigh, and Faysal on his side still, and Scottie too given that he was just pulled off. On the other side you have Brett, Rachel, Angela, JC, Tyler, Kaycee, and Sam. The best thing that Swaggy can probably do is go to people like JC and Sam in order to try to find some sort of crack with them. Brett, Rachel Angela, Kaycee, and Tyler all feel like locks to vote out Swaggy.

For those wondering, Kaitlyn was crying on the other side of it, which really isn’t the best reaction to make if you’re trying to be confident in your game move.

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