Big Brother 23 live feed spoilers: Week 3 Veto players

Xavier PratherFollowing tonight’s Big Brother 23 nominations, everyone is of course gearing up for today’s Veto Competition! Six people will be taking part, but in a lot of ways this is going to be a showdown of one person versus five.

Here’s what you missed last night: Tiffany won the wildcard competition but opted to not take the safety. Meanwhile, Head of Household Xavier opted to nominate Brent and Britini, with the former serving as his clear target. The goal is for Brent to be oblivious that the entire house wants him gone and for the most part, the players have been successful in that pursuit.

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Here’s where things get a little bit tricky: The Veto. Brent may not know that everyone in the game wants him gone, but he’s also not completely oblivious that he could be evicted if he stays on the block. He’s going to do everything that he can to win the competition today, even after polling the house yesterday to try to ensure that a) he’s safe and b) Britini is actually the target this week. (She’s not, but this is all a part of the ruse.

So who’s joining Britini, Xavier, and Brent in the Veto? Based on what we’re seeing right now, Whitney, Derek F., and Christian are all taking part. Maybe a week and a half ago we would’ve been worried about Whitney saving him if he wins but not, that’s not happening. These three are all likely to keep nominees the same — Derek F. could use it on Britini, but it would probably mean Azah would go up.

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