The Head of Household this week is Cody Calafiore on Big Brother 22 and he decided that he wanted to nominate Christmas Abbott and Tyler Crispen for eviction.
It wasn’t a stretch for fans to guess who Cody was going to target, especially after Christmas and Tyler had tried to get Nicole Franzel out of the house. For anyone who forgot, Cody has a final two deal with Nicole.
Since there are also only six people left in the game, everyone got to play in the Week 9 Veto Competition that took place over the weekend. It also created some interesting scenarios that producers are likely to play up during the Wednesday night episode.
All of the scenarios also gave each person a little added incentive to try to secure the POV and either keep the nominations the same or escape the blocked during a really important week.
Who won the Power of Veto Competition this week?
The Big Brother live feeds went down for a while this weekend and when everything was turned back on, it was revealed that Cody Calafiore had won the Power of Veto. Again.
In our running tally of who has won the most competitions on Big Brother 22, Cody is clearly leading the way. He continues to pad his resume and is the most deserving cast member when it comes to winning BB All-Stars 2.
But there is still a long way to go in the current season.
At the Veto Meeting, Cody decided he didn’t want to use the Power of Veto. He felt that it was safer to keep the nominations the same and make sure that it was either Christmas or Tyler heading to the BB22 jury next.
Now, it will come down to who Memphis Garrett, Nicole Franzel, and Enzo Palumbo want to vote out of the game on Thursday night.
More Big Brother news
Janelle Pierzina has been closely watching the show despite her time on Big Brother 22 coming to an end very early. She went on social media to post about how Nicole is acting toward Tyler in the house and she called Nicole “jealous” about Tyler and his girlfriend Angela Rummans.
Demi Burnett, who gained her fame as a cast member on The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise, posted about how much she would like to play on Celebrity Big Brother. She could be an interesting person to cast if producers decide to put together another CBB USA season.
And don’t forget that former houseguest James Huling from BB18 and BB19 is running for mayor in Texas.
Big Brother airs Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8/7c on CBS.
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