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Big brother Season 24 was different from any recent season for a number of reasons, and it resulted in some unexpected events. Notably, Michael Brunner has emerged as one of the most dominant players we’ve seen in some time and has consolidated his stifling grip on the competition. With his last win “Head of the Family”. Recently, Michael hit another major milestone this week, which may cement his claim as one of the greatest CBS reality series of all time.
The season quickly became Michael’s season, with Houseguest making history this last week. It was CinemaBlend Track the events of Big Brother Season 24 On live feeds (which can be streamed with Paramount + subscription) and can now confirm that Michael just broke a record in a big game and is one breath away from another.
Michael won the 6th Veto competition
That’s right, Michael won his sixth veto, which officially broke the one-season record for winning a veto. It’s a record shared by series alumni such as Daniel Reyes (formerly Donato), Janelle Berzina and Paul Abrahamian. But of course, there is now only one title holder, and given how much Michael has had to do his best to do it, I’m not sure anyone else will join him.
Michael’s victory breaks a sixteen-year veto record
Janelle Berezina set the record for one season to win a veto 16 years ago Big brother Seventh season. Janelle basically won this by competing head-to-head against one division of the house and was able to survive to the third final of the game. Although she has played in other seasons since then, she has never won the match. Pierzina can win in legends season, assuming she’ll want to participate. Despite this, the Berezina’s comments about the seasons of the modern era BB Against the classic seasons, Janelle had nothing but love for Michael when responding to the news:
Michael broke my record. This calls for a drag lunch on one of my favorite rooftops in Minnesota. 💃 #flipphoneevents #BB244 September 2022
Regardless of whether he wins or loses, this should be an epic brunch. Michael should be proud of this record, especially since there is still time for him to win more.
Michael also set the record for most wins in a season
As if the veto record wasn’t enough, Michael also tied Janelle’s record to total competition wins in one season. If he hopes to survive the upcoming double eviction, he will likely have to break that record as well, which has also held for 16 years. It’s hard to bet Michael at this point given his success so far, but one would think that just one mistake could kick him out of the house at this point. Even with all the heat he suffered in relation to him Controversy with Kyle CabinerIt’s hard to imagine him losing a vote against any other house still in the game. It’s in the “win” phase of the game, which could push these records to a level unlike any we’ve seen.
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