Big Brother Have-Not Room revealed on live feeds for BB23 cast

The Kings During HOH Comp
The Kings lost the first Big Brother 23 HOH Competition and became Have-Nots. Pic credit: CBS

The Big Brother Have-Not Room might have some of the most uncomfortable beds that we have ever seen on a season of the show. And one of them moves.

After the Big Brother live feeds were turned on last night, subscribers were able to get a good look at the Have-Not Room. It’s going to be something that people try to avoid each week.

As a reminder, it was the last team to finish the Head of Household Competition on the season premiere that became the first group of Have-Nots for the summer.

For Week 1, The Kings are Have-Nots. This means that Christian Birkenberger, Alyssa Lopez, Xavier Prather, and Sarah Beth Steagall have to take cold showers, spend nights in the Have-Not Room, and eat slop as their primary source of food.

A look at the BB23 Have-Not Room

Below are some early images that fans have taken from the Big Brother Live Feeds that show off the Have-Not Room. We are sharing them because they also include fans weighing in on what they think about the accommodations.

And here are a few different angles of the Have-Not Room:

First Big Brother 23 Nomination Ceremony Coming

Frenchie is the first Head of Household for Big Brother 23 and he will soon host a Nomination Ceremony. Already, there are some Big Brother spoilers about who Frenchie might target. He says that he is ready to make a huge game move, but that sounds just like what Enzo Palumbo said last year before he made no big moves.

Before the nominees are revealed, though, it looks like the houseguests need to play a brand new competition. It will grant someone else in the house safety if they choose to take it. The drawback is that punishments could be coming based on that challenge.

A lot took place during the first episode of the season, but viewers are going to have to wait a while for Episode 2 on the Big Brother TV schedule. CBS is not airing a new episode on July 8, unfortunately.

If it’s any indication of how active the people in the BB23 cast are going to be this season, many of them were still awake at 4:30 a.m. house time. This could mean that they are just really excited about being on the show, but it could also indicate that we have a lot of night owls who are ready to provide a lot of late-night drama this summer.

Big Brother 23 airs Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8/7c on CBS.

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