Bowie Jane, Felicia Cannon, And Jag Bains Break Big Brother Records


This season, the Big Brother 25 cast has broken a few noteworthy records.

Despite a few hiccups, this season is one for the records.

That could be furthered by the outcome of the Head of Household Competition.

In a season where a couple benefited greatly from a twist, it’s noteworthy that three other houseguests achieved record breaking.

Furthermore, given how they were established and who set them, these new records may be unbreakable.

Felicia Cannon, Bowie Jane, and Jag Bains left their imprints. Let’s examine the reasons why.

Jag Bains breaks the record for most Veto Competition wins

Michael Bruner set a new record for winning the Power of Veto six times on Big Brother 24.

Before Michael’s run, the record was five, set by multiple people, including Janelle Pierzina, Daniele Briones (Donato), and Paul Abrahamian.

Jag won the Power of Veto seven times during the Big Brother 25 season.

Bowie Jane was never nominated for eviction

Bowie Jane will finish Day 100 of Big Brother 25 without getting nominated.

It was a remarkable run by Bowie Jane, even though some fans considered her a floater.

Never touching the block is something very few Big Brother alums have accomplished. Derrick Levasseur (BB16) went 97 days, Matt Klotz (BB25) went 93 days, and Nicole Franzel (BB18) went 90 days.

Cody Calafiore and Enzo Palumbo avoided the block for 85 days on Big Brother 22.

Felicia Cannon sets a new standard for her age bracket
At 63 years old, Felicia Cannon is the oldest player to make the final four. She now holds a longevity mark, lasting 96 days in the game.

To put her stay in perspective, the entire Big Brother 10 season lasted only 71 days. That was when Dan Gheesling beat Memphis Garrett for the grand prize.

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