janelle boogie big brother 14 'Big Brother 14': Week 4 Power of Veto ceremony resultsThe results are in from the “Big Brother 14” Power of Veto ceremony from this week — and hoo boy, are the live feeds going to be fun this week.

Danielle, who won HOH, nominated Wil and Frank and then won the Power of Veto, has used the POV to take Wil off the block and has nominated Janelle in his place. This is coming off the urges of her new Silent Six alliance (Dani/Dan, Britney/Shane and Frank/Boogie). We’ll see how long that alliance lasts, but for now, they are gunning for Janelle.

Keeping Frank on the block is smart on Danielle’s part. If the Janelle plan backfires, at least Frank is leaving. And it’ll help keep Boogie in line for at least this week, since he’s so scared of losing his Will 2.0.

In the wake of the ceremony, Jani confronted Danielle and Danielle started crying. She feels like Janelle’s feelings are hurt and that upsets her. But overall, she seems pretty confident in her decision. Nothing to be done about now, anyway.

What do you think, hamster fans? Who do you think is leaving? Can Janelle scramble enough votes to stay? Sign up for the live feeds to watch all the fireworks between now and Thursday’s eviction.

UPDATE: It’s not looking good for Janelle. The new Wil/Jenn/Ashley alliance have told her they’ll keep her (Wil and Ash have), but they aren’t going to. Ian won’t and neither will Shane. So even if Britney and Dan decide they should keep her (and they’ll have Joe’s votes, he’s the only one still on Team Janelle), they still won’t get Janelle out without some serious work.

It’ll be interesting to see what happens once Janelle pulls herself out of her funk/pity party and starts fighting. As of right now, she’s just confused and sad.

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