'Celebrity Big Brother' Spoilers: Who Won the Final Power of Veto?
'Celebrity Big Brother' Spoilers: Who Won the Final Power of Veto?
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
So far on Celebrity Big Brother, the Power of Veto has been won by men three times and by women three times. So which gender took the lead in the last PoV competition of the season?

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Celebrity Big Brother spoilers.

Ross is the new HoH.

He nominated Omarosa and Ariadna.

Ross won the Power of Veto!

He did not use it.

Wow, Ross is on a hot streak, winning three competitions in the span of 24 hours. He's now up to five total wins (2 HoHs and 3 PoVs) while the other four people only have a combined total of 6. Also, they almost immediately had the PoV ceremony as well and he chose not to use it, leaving Omarosa and Ariadna on the block. It's now almost inevitable that Omarosa is getting evicted in fifth place.

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That would mean we're heading into the Final 4 with Ross, Mark, Marissa and Ariadna. If Ariadna wins, she'd probably take Ross and win the game. If Ross or Mark wins, they've both promised to take each other and I suspect Ross would win, unless the jury is really bitter. And if Marissa wins, she might take Ross or she could do what Ross would do, cutting him and taking Mark for the easy win.

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Either way, Ross seems like the heavy favorite to win at this point, with Ariadna next and then maybe Marissa. It'll probably take a miracle, and an angry jury, for Mark to pull it out.

FUN FACT: Ross is the 22nd person to win three PoVs in a single season. None of them won the game. He also continues the impressive streak that at least one person has done this in every single season (including Over the Top) since Big Brother 6. Ross is also the 23rd person to win five or more competitions in a single season.

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