‘Big Brother 22’ Week 2 Live Feeds Spoiler: Who Are the Nominations?

by Jeremy Spirogis
The 4 coaches and their teams preparing to start the Big Brother Slumber Party Head of Household competition

[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers forward for Big Brother 22.]

After Cody Calafiore ended his reign as Head of Household in Big Brother 22: All-Stars, Unusual Suspects ally Memphis Garrett saved the alliance in energy by profitable the next week’s title. While he initially had a goal in thoughts, the Safety Suite competitors threw a wrench in his plans. Who did Memphis nominate for eviction?

The 4 coaches and their teams preparing to start the Big Brother Slumber Party Head of Household competition
The four coaches and their groups making ready to begin the “Big Brother Slumber Party” Head of Household competitors | Sonja Flemming

Memphis Garrett received Head of Household for Week 2

Big Brother 10 runner-up Memphis Garrett got here near profitable the primary Head of Household competitors. However, he ended up turning into one of many season’s first Have-Nots by random choice.

Even so, Memphis created an alliance with Cody Calafiore and included Christmas Abbott, Nicole Franzel, Tyler Crispen, and Dani Donato Briones he named the Unusual Suspects.

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The BB10 runner-up then received the next Head of Household, his first in his BB profession, retaining the ability for his alliance. After he confirmed everybody his basket and skim the letter from his son, Memphis spoke to a number of houseguests.

He remained pretty tight-lipped and suggested nearly everybody to play within the upcoming Safety Suite competitors, together with his alliance members to cover their affiliation.

Christmas Abbott received the second Safety Suite competitors

David Alexander, Ian Terry, Kevin Campbell, Bayleigh Dayton, Da’Vonne Rogers, Christmas, and Cody took Memphis’ recommendation and swiped their VIP passes to compete within the Safety Suite competitors.

When the Live Feeds returned after almost six hours, Christmas confirmed she received security and selected Ian as her “plus one” to save lots of. Memphis deliberate on nominating or backdooring Ian as a result of he doesn’t belief the returning winner, so her alternative irritated him.

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Additionally, he felt the BB14 champ was saved twice as a result of Nicole Franzel volunteered to develop into a Have-Not for the week so Ian wouldn’t should nominate anybody.

Memphis chosen David to exchange him as a Have-Not, in a impolite means based on a number of houseguests, Nicole Anthony picked Christmas, and Kevin selected Kaysar Ridha.

Memphis Garrett nominated Nicole Anthony and David Alexander

Before the BB10 runner-up received Head of Household, he said he would nominate Bayleigh and Ian, with the latter because the supposed goal, if he had the ability. However, Ian’s security foiled his plans, and he struck a take care of Bayleigh earlier than the Safety Suite competitors.

Therefore, Memphis selected to appoint BB21 co-stars Nicole A. and David as a result of he felt they had been “easy” votes and didn’t assume he would get any blood on his palms with both going house.

Several of the houseguests had been perturbed together with his nomination speech as a result of he advised David, “welcome to the grown-ups table.” Additionally, Memphis apparently chastised Nicole A. for not taking part in within the competitors as he suggested her.

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After he introduced his nominations, a number of gamers confirmed they needed to save lots of David, and Memphis said he most popular Nicole A. go away the home resulting from her relationship with Janelle Pierzina. However, Cody Calafiore plans on pushing for the HOH to backdoor Janelle or Kaysar and save each BB21 co-stars.

Big Brother 22: All-Stars airs Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at eight p.m. EST on CBS.

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