By John Powell – GlobalTV.com
Bowie Jane and Jag will be on the brink of Big Brother.
Bowie Jane won Head of Household for Season Three in this week’s episode of the eviction which saw reality show star Cirie Fields join the judges.
Bowie Jane has since nominated Felicia and Matt for eviction.
Today, Jag won the Power of Veto competition and earned his spot in the finals.
She alone will now decide whether Felicia or Matt joins the judging and who stays to compete against her and Bowie in the final HoH competition of the season.
By winning the veto, Jag has now won more Power of Veto competitions in one season than any other contestant in Big Brother USA history. With his seven wins, he surpassed Michael Bruner from Season 24 who had six.
He is now tied with Big Brother legend Janelle Pierzina who won the most competition in season nine.
Speaking to himself after the competition, Jag told Matt that he was about to win.
“Then there are reasons I have to correct but I always make mistakes with those things,” said Matt.
Matt informs Jag that he is nervous about being on the block.
Jag told Matt that there was nothing Bowie Jane could suggest to him as a reason to do Matt. Jag also does not believe that Bowie Jane will take him to the final two.
Felicia spoke to Jag later alone trying to convince him to keep her over Matt.
“This is a $750,000 decision,” advised Jag. “If he’s sitting next to you on the last night, you’re putting your fate in the hands of the judges.”
“Since I know that you guys were two, the people who won should let two of them go. You set out to do what you set out to do. To win, he must remove it. In order to win, you have to break up with him,” he continued.
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