'Big Brother' Veto Spoilers Suggest Nominations In First Week May Change

Big Brother houseguests are in for a possible shock this week after the first Power of Veto competition. It has yet to air, but spoilers suggest the nominations may change.

Cody Calafiore is the first Head of Household this season. After forming an alliance with Nicole Franzel, Cody decided to nominate Keesha Smith and Kevin Campbell for eviction. He has no ties to the two players, and has seemingly put his attention into forming bonds with Nicole F. and Tyler Crispen, as fans noticed on live feeds throughout the week.

The Head of Household's alliance with Nicole F. was also spotlighted on Sunday night's episode. The pair agreed to be "ride or dies" after previously working together on Season 16 of the show in 2014.

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Keesha and Kevin haven't made any giant alliance moves just yet, but the house may still have their back. When names were drawn for the Power of Veto competition, Kevin selected a "houseguests choice." His pick was Enzo Palumbo, who ended up winning the competition.

What will happen next is a total mystery. Big Brother fans know how it works: the Power of Veto can be used to remove one nominated houseguest from the block. The only person who holds this power weekly is the Veto winner.

If the Power of Veto is used, the Head of Household (Cody, this week) must replace the empty spot with a new nomination. That houseguest, then, can potentially go home.

There's a lot of pressure on the first Veto of the season. Kevin choosing Enzo seems to imply the pair may have some sort of bond that led Kevin to think Enzo would save either himself of Keesha if he won the power. But it's too early in the game to tell what the strongest alliances are.

By using the Veto to remove one of the currently-nominated houseguests, Enzo risks putting a target on his own back. Cody's nominations were already altered when Janelle Pierzina and Kaysar Ridha secured their safety this week with the Safety Suite competition. Enzo must consider his own safety, as well as the safety of either Kevin or Keesha.

Fans won't know what happens with the Power of Veto until Wednesday, the next time Big Brother airs. Until then, fans have been eavesdropping on houseguest conversations via the CBS live feeds. A handful of alliances are beginning to form, some of which have already lost most of their secrecy.