‘Big Brother 22’: Who Is the New Head of Household for Week 7?

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

During Big Brother 22 Week 6, David Alexander disrupted Dani Donato Briones’ Head of Household nominations. After the Power of Veto was used, the HOH ended up having to appoint 4 folks in complete. Following the primary jury member’s eviction, the remaining rivals confronted off for the upcoming title of HOH.

Even although Dani gained an influence that allowed her to take part within the competitions back-to-back, she selected to sit down out as a result of she bought sufficient blood on her fingers in the course of the earlier week. Who is the brand new HOH for Week 7?

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Dani Donato Briones’ Head of Household reign interrupted by powers

After holding on to the wall within the endurance Head of Household competitors for the longest, Dani Donato Briones walked away with the title for the week. She made a security pact or allied with almost everybody in the home, aside from David Alexander and Kevin Campbell.

Therefore, she nominated the outsiders for eviction. However, David saved himself with the Disruptor energy, forcing Dani to place up an ally. She selected Tyler Crispen as a result of she thought-about him a legal responsibility for her recreation. However, she reassured her Committee alliance member that he was solely a pawn.

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Da’Vonne Rogers, who not had any allies, gained the Power of Veto and needed to save lots of her friend, Kevin. However, Dani and Nicole Franzel begged Da’Vonne to not use it as a result of they didn’t want to the HOH to should nominate a fourth particular person.

Wanting Dani to point out her playing cards, Da’Vonne saved Kevin, leading to Dani backdooring her Four Prime ally, Ian Terry.

Ian Terry evicted throughout ‘Big Brother 22’ Week 6

Initially, the BB14 champ took the nomination nicely till he started to understand he won’t have the votes. After Memphis Garett actually advised Ian he noticed him as an enormous competitor, Ian threatened to self-evict a number of instances.

He then began to closely marketing campaign to Christmas Abbott, Cody Calafiore, Enzo Palumbo, his primary ally Nicole Franzel, and Dani. They all promised him their vote as a result of they didn’t need to upset him.

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Therefore, it regarded like he would go away unanimously. Only hours earlier than eviction, David, Kevin, and Da’Vonne, collectively “The House,” flipped and determined to maintain Ian.

However, Nicole selected to not give her friend the sympathy vote he requested for as a result of it will have brought on a tie. As a result, Ian left the home in a 5-Three vote. 

Memphis Garrett the Head of Household for Week 7

After Ian’s eviction, the remaining houseguests, minus Dani, who elected to not use her Replay Power, confronted off for the title of HOH. Memphis accomplished the fireplace hydrant 3D puzzle the quickest, changing into the brand new HOH for the second time and preserving The Committee in energy for one more week.

So far, the dominant alliance has gained six of the seven HOH competitions this season. The Have-Nots are Cody (chosen by David), Enzo (chosen by Kevin), and Christmas, who turned upset that Da’Vonne picked her.

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

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