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Summary of today's Digital Daily!

Right now, I cannot tell when Victoria is really trying to make a move that doesn’t benefit Anthony and when she just pretends. It seemed like this week she was ready to send out Tola and keep Todd. This would have been her first real move that didn’t benefit him. It could also been a Big Brother Canada 12 move that helped get Anthony out of the game.

However, if she’s telling the truth, this time, she isn’t the one to kill the plan. Kayla does that. Kayla lets Anthony know that she’s unsure about whether to keep Tola or Todd. In typical Anthony fashion, he convinces them not to make this move. It’s less of a convincing argument and more of them fearing the repercussions of betraying him.

Apparently, Bayleigh, Avery, Kayla, and Victoria decided not to talk alone to Anthony. They wanted to remain uninfluenced by him and decide on their own if they keep Tola. Kayla breaks that goal. Because Anthony learned they wanted to flip the vote, Victoria and Avery now believe they can’t take out Tola. Additionally, Anthony and Victoria got in a bit of a public argument about the plan.

Privately, she told Anthony that she only did this for optics. She had to make the women think she was completely with them. She never wanted Tola out. However, Victoria seemed annoyed after Kayla ruined the plan. This could have been because she was frustrated that her double-playing almost got exposed or because she really did intend to flip the vote.

Either way, this whole situation killed the save Todd momentum. Bayleigh will likely be the only one who might vote Tola out. Tonight, expect Todd to leave the game unless the Executive Veto twist saves him.

Sneak Peek at tonight's episode:

-Executive Veto

Last Wednesday, Arisa Cox teased the Executive Veto entering the game. We got no further information. However, Tuesday’s episode showed a sneak peek of it. We saw Tola walking into a room with a smashed glass. This cryptic scene starts off the April 1 and April 2 Digital Dailies posted on April 3rd. Tola discovers the broken glass and begins to search for the Executive Veto.

We don’t see him find it on the Digital Dailies. He then tells Victoria about it. He also told Anthony. Eventually, Avery and Bayleigh walk into the room and discover it’s missing. The whole house learns of the missing Executive Veto. However, no one confesses to having it. The Digital Dailies end with everyone dressed up in the Head of Household room.

Arisa comes on the screen and tells them to come downstairs. They take their seats at a table. The Executive Veto is about to come into play. The Digitial Dailies end before we see what happens but we can speculate on its power.

It’s likely a secret veto where someone can change nominations in some form. The Executive Veto seemingly played out yesterday in the Big Brother Canada 12 house. This must mean it has to be used this week. I think it could also cancel out this week’s eviction.

The house seemed suspicious that Vivek won it. We have no proof or confirmation of any winner, but I can’t imagine anyone but Tola, Matt, or Todd using it. Victoria may also use it just for chaotic purposes and maybe to evict Matt. The fact that they had a whole ceremony about it, makes me believe that someone will use it. I doubt anyone would want to cancel the eviction completely.

Therefore, my guess would be it has the power to change nominations. If true, there is no telling who will use this secret power and who they plan to nominate. Tonight’s eviction just got more interesting.

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