‘Big Brother 22’: Bayleigh Dayton Calls Dani Briones ‘Disrespectful’ and Tells Her To Own Her Game

During Big Brother 22, Bayleigh Dayton and Dani Briones were briefly aligned in Slick Six until the former’s eviction in Week 5. After realizing that Dani secretly plotted on her while they were in the house, Bayleigh had no sympathy for the BB8 runner-up when she got blindsided in the triple eviction. After Dani gave her exit interview with host Julie Chen Moonves, Bayleigh took to social media to call her out for being “disrespectful” and not owning her game.

Bayleigh Dayton, houseguest on the CBS series Big Brother
Bayleigh Dayton, houseguest on the CBS series Big Brother | Sonja Flemming

Bayleigh Dayton and Dani Briones aligned in ‘Big Brother 22’

During the first week, Dani Briones joined a majority alliance, “The Committee,” created by Memphis Garrett that included Christmas Abbott, Tyler Crispen, and her close allies Cody Calafiore and Nicole Franzel.

She also had a smaller pact with Enzo Palumbo, Cody, and Nicole, they dubbed the “Core Four.” Bayleigh Dayton made a final two pact with Da’Vonne Rogers, and the ladies grouped up with Enzo and Cody to form “The Connect,” which teamed up with Tyler and Dani to create the “Slick Six.”

A couple of weeks after solidifying the alliances, they dissolved as they began calling each other out in the Week 5 Head of Household competition. Da’Vonne missed the last question, giving Christmas the win.

Because Tyler and Dani didn’t want Bayleigh in the jury for fear she would vote emotionally, they subtly convinced Christmas to nominate the BB20 star alongside her “untouchable.” The Committee got their way, and Bayleigh went home pre-jury.

Dani evicted in a first-ever triple eviction

Four weeks later, the houseguests competed in four competitions in one night, resulting in three competitors joining the jury. After Kevin Campbell’s eviction, they faced off for the title of Head of Household, and Memphis ended up walking away with the win.

He nominated Nicole Franzel alongside his target, David Alexander, and Christmas won the Power of Veto, locking his nominations. David became the fourth juror in a close vote, and the houseguests immediately battled for the next HOH following his eviction.


Tyler came away with the win and POV, securing Nicole and longstanding rival Dani’s nominations. Even though Nicole is the only remaining winner, the voting houseguests unanimously sent the BB8 runner-up to the jury house.

Dani admitted she genuinely didn’t think she would leave over Nicole and refused to hug Tyler and Christmas on her way out of the door.

Bayleigh calls Dani ‘disrespectful’ and tells her to own her game

During Dani’s exit interview with host Julie Chen Moonves, the three-time competitor admitted she should have tried harder to keep Ian Terry over Tyler. However, she blamed him for ruining her game because he threw her under the bus to Bayleigh and Da’Vonne when he wanted to leave instead of one of them when they were on the block.

She claimed, “If it weren’t for Tyler wanting to leave the game to go see his girlfriend, he wouldn’t have turned against me, and I wouldn’t have turned against him.”

Bayleigh quote tweetedBig Brother account that shared the dialogue and wrote, “Ewww, ‘his GF?’ She has a name, and you know it h*e. Who’s favorite is this? She’s disrespectful, she expects undying loyalty from Tyler and Cody as if they’re dating, and she blames everyone but herself.”


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Many fans didn’t like Bayleigh’s take and thought she overreacted because Dani didn’t name Tyler’s girlfriend, Angela Rummans. Additionally, they felt she shouldn’t have called the BB8 runner-up a “h*e.”

Angela seemingly sided with Bayleigh because she screenshotted the tweet and put it on her Instagram story. After fans called the BB22 star out for her comments, she later deleted the tweet and stated she would get off Twitter for the night. Big Brother 22: All-Stars airs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8/7c on CBS.

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