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[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for Big Brother 22: All-Stars.]

Following the seventh eviction, the remaining houseguests met their new neighbor, Big Brother 2 winner Dr. Will Kirby, and competed for Head of Household. The players had the opportunity to go for money or the title. While two players walked away with the cash, a houseguest claimed his second HOH win of the season.

The 4 coaches and their teams preparing to start the Big Brother Slumber Party Head of Household competition
The 4 coaches and their teams preparing to start the “Big Brother Slumber Party” Head of Household competition | Sonja Flemming

‘The Committee’ has dominated ‘Big Brother 22’ so far

During the first week of Big Brother 22, Memphis Garrett formed a final two with Cody Calafiore, titled “The Commission.” He extended it to include Christmas Abbott, Nicole Franzel, Dani Briones, and Tyler Crispen and called it The Committee.

Throughout the first eight weeks, the alliance claimed seven Head of Household competitions. They targeted BB7 co-stars Janelle Pierzina and Kaysar Ridha and methodically eliminated anyone else connected to them.

During Week 7, the majority alliance hit a small hiccup when the BB Basement powers disrupted Dani’s HOH reign. She nominated Kevin Campbell and David Alexander for eviction, but the latter saved himself with a power.

Therefore, she selected fellow Committee member Tyler as a replacement. Outsider Da’Vonne Rogers then won the Power of Veto and saved Kevin from the block. As a last resort, Dani nominated ally Ian Terry.

Even though she told Ian he only served as a pawn, The Committee insisted they take the opportunity to evict the BB14 champ.

Da’Vonne Rogers became the latest casualty

Following his eviction, Memphis became the HOH for the second time of the season. He put up Kevin Campbell and Da’Vonne with the intention of backdooring David.

Three other Committee members, Dani, Nicole, and Tyler, were playing in the POV, so Memphis asked them to throw it. Tyler initially agreed until he learned that Memphis planned on backdooring his friend.

Therefore, he won the POV and chose not to use it. Cody and Tyler wanted Da’Vonne out over Kevin. However, Dani and Nicole preferred to save Da’Vonne because they saw her as a number for them.

Due to the ladies campaigning for the three-time competitor, Christmas began to believe they had an alliance with Da’Vonne. As a result, the fan-favorite left the competition in a 5-2 vote.

Cody Calafiore won ‘Head of Household’ for Week 8

For the eighth HOH competition, the houseguests had the opportunity to compete for the title or money. Cody won his second HOH of the season, and two players walked away with $5,000.

According to Nicole and Memphis, three competitors played for the money, but only two won it. Additionally, no one is confessing to claiming the cash. Memphis, who played in the competition thanks to Dani’s Replay power, said Tyler and Enzo admitted they played for the money but claimed they didn’t win anything.


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He and Dani both think Cody might have won some cash on top of the title. While the new HOH hasn’t had any conversations with anyone yet, he’ll likely nominate the two remaining outliers, Kevin and David. Big Brother 22: All-Stars airs Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

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