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Big Brother All-Stars Week Six Alliance Update: Committee Rules Again

By: on September 15, 2020 |

We are six weeks into Big Brother All-Stars and only one alliance, the Committee, has ruled the game thus far. One of their members has been Head of Household and calling the shots each and every week. The HOH controlling the shots this week is Committee member Dani Donato.

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The house majority alliance has slowly and methodically picked off Big Brother legends like Janelle Pierzina and Kaysar Ridha, Big Brother America’s Fan Favorites like Nicole Anthony and Keesha Smith, and a well-loved houseguest with Bayleigh Dayton who was evicted just a few days ago. With tensions high between Dani and fellow ally Tyler Crispen, will this finally be the week that the Committee finally begins to fall and implode in one another?

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Big Brother 22 Spoilers Week 6 Power of Veto Ceremony Results (09/14/20)

By: on September 14, 2020 |

What a week in the Big Brother 22 house. First things started out as standard with a Committee member winning Head of Household. Then things took an unexpected turn when David Alexander activated his Disruptor power. and forced Daniele Donato-Briones to make a strike against her alliance by nominating Tyler Crispen. With Tyler and Kevin Campbell on the block, it all came down to the Veto Competition.

Both men wanted to win it to stay in the game, but things would take another interesting turn when neither nominee nor Head of Household took home the Veto win. This gave this player a power that she hasn’t had ever during her times on Big Brother. Click Here to Continue Reading »

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Who Won HOH Tonight on Big Brother All-Stars? (9/13/20)

By: on September 13, 2020 |

Big Brother fandom has been waiting patiently for a power shift inside the Big Brother All-Stars house all season. The house majority alliance has been slowly and methodically picking off Big Brother fan favorites one-by-one. We have not seen a backdoor attempt yet this season, and we are already at the “jury members only” point left remaining in the game.

Big Brother All-Stars Week 6

Last week, Christmas Abbott split up the Black Girl Magic alliance when she successfully targeted Bayleigh Dayton and left Da’Vonne Rogers without her ride-or-die. Will tonight finally be the night when the house majority alliance loses their reign of power on the house, or will they continue to reign supreme? The Power Trip Head of Household wraps up revealing the next HOH and the block nominees for week six tonight.

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Big Brother 22 Spoilers Week 6 Power of Veto Competition Results (09/12/20)

By: on September 12, 2020 |

This Big Brother 22 week started off with such potential. We had the return of the wall competition, which various houseguests have performed well in, in the past. Then we had Daniele Donato-Briones as the Head of Household.  Dani is a member of the Committee, but she’s been having doubts about her alliance members, especially Tyler Crispen.  So there was a chance that Dani could go after Tyler this week, and make a big move. However, Tyler and Dani seemed to have squashed their beef, but…for now.  This left Dani with the safe route, nominating Kevin Campbell and David Alexander. 

The only major hope for this week not being another boring one was if David used his Disruptor power and forced Dani to change her nominations. Late last night, David used his Disruptor power, sending Tyler on the block as his replacement. Now Kevin and Tyler are Dani’s nominees.

The week also got an unexpected surprise when the backyard opened two days early, basically guaranteeing that the competition would likely be the Hide-N-Go Veto. This Veto meant the houseguests had to hide their Veto, while others tried to find it. The last houseguest to get their Veto found, became the Veto holder. Da’Vonne Rogers, Ian Terry, and Enzo Palumbo were picked to play along with Tyler, Kevin, and Dani.

So who won this week’s Power of  Veto Competition?

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Da’Vonne won the Power of Veto!

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Big Brother 22 Spoilers: Did David Use The Disruptor Power This Week?

By: on September 12, 2020 |

This Big Brother 22 week had the potential to be an exciting one with Daniele Donato-Briones planning to nominate David Alexander and  Kevin Campbell for eviction. Nothing exciting about her standard Committee style nominees, but David has The Disruptor power, which means he can remove one nominee and make that nominee safe for the week. He chose not to use it last week to help either Bayleigh Dayton-Williams and Da’Vonne Rogers stay safe. Instead, he said in a DR session that he would save it for when he needed it. He’s on the block this week, so it makes sense for him to use it and save himself.

After the nomination ceremony,  feed watchers learned that David and Kevin were still on the block. This left everyone very confused. We assumed that once David was nominated, he could immediately choose to activate his Disruptor power. So it left us wondering had he not had the chance to activate it yet or did he choose not to use it this week?

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