‘Big Brother 22’: Who Is the New Head of Household for Week 6?

[SPOILER ALERT: Spoiler ahead for Big Brother 22.]

The Big Brother 22 houseguests went head-to-head for the next title of Head of Household after an emotional and unpredictable week. Which all-star is the new HOH, and who will they likely nominate?

The Houseguests compete in the Head of Household competition, themed "The Revengers" on Big Brother
The Houseguests compete in the Head of Household competition, themed “The Revengers” on Big Brother | Sonja Flemming

Bayleigh Dayton went home on ‘Big Brother 22’ Week 5

After Kaysar Ridha’s eviction, Christmas Abbott won Head of Household due to Da’Vonne Rogers answering incorrectly. As a member of The Committee, Christmas wanted to target anyone outside of her alliance.

For the past couple of weeks, allies Nicole Franzel, Dani Donato Briones, and Tyler Crispen subtly convinced Christmas to target Bayleigh Dayton and Da’Vonne if she won HOH.

The alliance wanted Bayleigh out of the game before the jury phase because they believed she would vote emotionally as Tyler thinks she did in BB20. Additionally, they considered her the better competitor, physically and socially.

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Therefore, she nominated the friends. Bayleigh felt betrayed because she shared personal and game information with Christmas and felt like the HOH exposed her.

However, Christmas didn’t see things the same way and ended up getting into an explosive argument with the ladies. The alliance already planned for Bayleigh to go home that week, so she left the house unanimously.

Dani Donato Briones won Head of Household for ‘Big Brother 22’ Week 6

Following the fifth eviction, the remaining houseguests faced off in the infamous endurance wall competition for the next title of HOH. After 13 minutes, Da’Vonne fell first and became emotional as she feels she “sucks” at every competition.

36 minutes later, David Alexander fell, followed by Ian Terry, who lasted 54 minutes. Because they were the first three to fall, they will serve as Have-Nots for the week.

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Immediately after seeing he would not become a Have-Not, Memphis Garrett let go of the wall. Enzo Palumbo went out less than 10 minutes after him, shortly followed by Kevin Campbell and Tyler Crispen.

After the wall dipped the contestants forward several times, Nicole Franzel and Cody Calafiore fell at the same time, leaving Dani as the final houseguest hanging on the wall and this week’s HOH.

Who will Dani Donato Briones nominate?

Kevin and David are the only two left in the house that Dani doesn’t have a confirmed alliance with, making them her obvious choices. However, David has the Disruptor Power that will save him and force the HOH to name another nominee.

Then, she might either go back on her word with Da’Vonne and nominate her or pick Ian Terry, even though she’s aligned with him in the Four Prime. Last week, Dani found out that Tyler told Bayleigh and Da’Vonne that she suggested he target the duo.

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Even though the BB8 runner-up seemingly fanned the flames, she’s still not happy with Tyler and wanted Christmas to backdoor him last week. Therefore, she could nominate him outright or save him as a backdoor option because he’d likely win the Power of Veto.

Nominations will occur tomorrow (Sept. 11) and air in Episode 17. Big Brother 22: All-Stars airs Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST on CBS.

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