Big Brother 2020 spoilers from tonight are led by who became the new Head of Household. It’s an important week to be in charge of the game, especially since they are down to the final 10 members of the BB22 cast.
Earlier in the night, Ian Terry was evicted on a 5-3 vote. Head of Household Daniele Donato had promised Ian safety, but she turned on him and got the house to do the same. Even Nicole Franzel ended up voting against Ian.
With the Eviction Ceremony in the books, it was then time to play another Head of Household Competition.
For some reason, Dani decided not to use her BB Basement power to take part in it.
Who won the Big Brother HOH Competition?
Below is a clip of what the HOH Competition looked like as Julie Chen Moonves signed off for the night. It appeared that Memphis and Tyler had jumped out to a lead in the competition.
It was good that the fans got to see a little bit of footage before the feeds went down because they remained down for a long time.
#BB22 Julie let's us know that a BB Legend will be moving in next week – we'll find out more next Thursday.
As the show ends, we see the HOH competition playing out – Memphis is currently in the lead with Tyler not far behind him. pic.twitter.com/05bxvQzTEO
— #BB22LiveFeedUpdates (@BB22LiveFeeds) September 18, 2020
After the West Coast got to watch Season 22, Episode 19, the CBS live feeds were finally turned back on and now everyone can learn who the Week 7 Head of Household is for Big Brother All-Stars.
The new HOH is Memphis Garrett. This is the second time that he has been HOH this season and he has already alluded to David Alexander being his target. We shall see.
What’s next for the BB22 cast?
On Friday, the next Nomination Ceremony will take place in the game. The new HOH will host it at some point during the day, and it won’t be impacted by any of the BB Basement powers. David Alexander used the only one that has to do with nominees.
The house will then play in the next Veto Competition on Saturday. Six people will compete for the Power of Veto, and the winner will then host the Veto Meeting on Monday. That’s where a BB Basement power could get used, as Christmas Abbott still holds hers. As a reminder, she can block a replacement nominee from going up on the block.
Nicole to Ian: "I worked so, so hard to keep you in this week. I'm working with a bigger group of people. I wanted to tell you, but I knew if it came out it would blow my game up." #BB22 #BigBrother @CBSBigBrother pic.twitter.com/5LwrnL6cE4
— Jamie Steinberg (@NotYerAvgChick) September 18, 2020
And then, next Thursday night (September 24), someone new will be sent to the BB22 jury house. Between now and then, make sure to stay tuned for more Big Brother 2020 spoilers, as a lot should be coming out on the CBS live feeds over the next 72 hours, including who the primary target for eviction is this week.
Big Brother airs Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8/7c on CBS.