‘Big Brother 22’: Live Feed Spoilers: Who Are the Week 8 Nominations?

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Following Da’Vonne Roger’s eviction in Big Brother 22, The Committee stayed in power with another Head of Household win. Who did the HOH nominate?

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Da’Vonne Rogers became the second jury member of ‘Big Brother 22’

Big Brother 10 runner-up Memphis Garrett created a final two with Cody Calafiore and then expanded it to include Christmas Abbott, Tyler Crispen, Dani Briones (formerly Donato), and Nicole Franzel.

He called the alliance The Committee and claimed the second Head of Household title of the season. The BB10 runner-up nominated David Alexander because he perceived him as a “rookie” alongside BB21 finalist Nicole Anthony, who ended up going home.

Tyler became the outgoing HOH and nominated house targets Janelle Pierzina and Kaysar Ridha, with the former getting evicted. Kaysar left next under Enzo Palumbo’s HOH, and Christmas Abbott regained the power for The Committee.

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Not wanting Bayleigh Dayton in the jury, she targeted the BB20 star who was evicted that week. The alliance faced their most challenging time in the house the following week during Dani’s HOH due to the BB basement powers and outsider Da’Vonne Rogers using the Power of Veto on Kevin Campbell.

Ultimately, they had to choose to cut loose ally, Ian Terry. The Committee stayed in power as Memphis claimed the outgoing title. Initially wanting to backdoor David, the BB10 runner-up shifted his target to Da’Vonne after believing Dani and Nicole positioned her to come after him.

Cody won Head of Household for Week 8

After Da’Vonne’s eviction, the houseguests learned BB2 champ and legendary player Dr. Will Kirby moved in next door as part of a neighbor’s twist where he will tempt them with prizes over power.

Cody went for the title and became the next HOH while two players gave into temptation and walked away with $5,000 each. Tyler came clean to allies Cody, Enzo, and Christmas, but the other culprit hasn’t admitted it yet.

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The next morning, Cody noted how Dani is playing a master manipulator game by constantly planting seeds about other houseguests in a conversation with Triple Thr3at ally, Tyler.

Even though he plans on playing it safe this week, the HOH noted they would have to turn on each other very soon.

He nominated Kevin and David for eviction

Cody attempted to reassure David in their conversation by saying they’re “tight” but he has to “appease” other people at the moment. He told the BB21 returnee that he’s after someone else who has thrown him under the bus. Therefore, the upcoming nominations are “smoke and mirrors” as the HOH promised he has David’s back “one million percent.”

Later, he had a much different talk with Kevin. Not wanting to get nominated again, the BB11 finalist asked how they could benefit each other, but the conversation took a turn when Kevin seemingly threatened his jury vote.

Cody thought it wasn’t fair and believed Kevin stayed away from him because Da’Vonne planned on targeting the BB16 runner-up. The HOH then thought Kevin took “personal” shots by saying, “Poor you, you have to be the HOH to put me up and target me,” and commenting that the “world doesn’t revolve around” Cody.

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The BB11 finalist later apologized and called the heated exchange “petty.” After they finished talking, Cody vented to Dani and said he would’ve “f*****g snapped” if they were in the real world.

Shortly after that, the nomination ceremony took place. Cody put up Kevin and David for eviction, as planned. If one wins and comes off, he stated he wants to “seriously think” about backdooring Christmas or Dani. Big Brother 22: All-Stars airs Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

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