Big Brother 19 Spoilers: Week 4 Veto Ceremony Results – Who Is On The Block?
“Big Brother” (BB19) spoilers have revealed the results of the week 4 Veto Ceremony. Jessica Graf is the current HoH, she named Josh Martinez and Ramses Soto for eviction this week, Josh being her intended target. Then Jessica won the PoV keeping all the power in her hands.
Although she has played like a Boss this week, Paul Abrahamian and his alliance have been secretly working to flip the house and send Ramses packing this week.
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In fear that he was not going to get the votes Ramses went to Jessica with his concern. Jessica did her best to reassure him that was not the cause and she has a Plan B to use if she became concerned.
“Big Brother” (BB19) live feed spoilers showed Jessica talking it out with Cody Nickson about her concern that the house was working to flip the vote. Cody did not seem worried and said to keep the noms the same.
Overnight Jessica was starting to feel that there might be something up. Cody and Elena Davies calmed her and convinced her this is what the house wanted too, for Josh to go home. Only the house was leaving Elena, Mark, Ramses, Cody, and Jessica in the dark to their plan. Paul wants to blindside them by sending Ramses packing.
“Big Brother” (BB19) spoilers from the live feeds tell us that Jessica did not use the Veto and kept the nominees the same. Jessica tells Cody she did this because she feels the house is united in voting Josh out, and by not trying to backdoor someone she is hoping that will earn them some trust with the main group in the weeks ahead. Paul, however, has other plans for the house.
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