[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for Big Brother 23 Week 11 Head of Household, nominations, and Power of Veto winner.]
After the second double eviction of the season, the remaining four houseguests fought for their places in the final three. Xavier Prather won the Head of Household, taking first place. Who won the veto power, and does that change the goal?
Cookout turns four after second double eviction
After the Coalition made history by advancing all its members to the last six, Kyland Young broke his pact with Tiffany Mitchell and took the first shot, targeting her as she decided to go with the guys.
After his unanimous elimination, the remaining five fought for safety in the second double eviction. Azah Avsum defeated Xavier Prather by becoming the head of the household.
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Along with the people, she left after agreeing on their next casualty, Hannah Chaddha. After failing to secure a veto power, the latter joined the jury behind his closest ally, Tiffany.
The final four houseguests went head-to-head for their place on the final night.
Xavier Prather ‘Big Brother 23’ Week 11. be the head of the household for
As the head of the domestic competition, Javier was in the best position as Kyland used a POV on him, saving him from the block during a double takedown.
Additionally, he has two final deals with everyone else, including an untold deal with Azah. Nevertheless, Xavier fires shots for HOH, to guarantee that he can compete for safety during the closing night.
Believing that the nomination was not as important as the vito power of the winner, he decided to reaffirm his loyalty to keep Big D safe and nominate Ajah, who has yet to see Block and Kyland. Was.
Although he notes that he doesn’t care who joins him and Big D in the final three, Javier would not mind knocking out Kyland at this stage, who threatens his biggest competition.
He also won the power of veto
Before making the nomination, Javier wondered whether the Big D would be willing to oust Kyland, backing out of the last three pact between the cookout men.
Additionally, he wanted the former Joker to go after Kyland and get “blood on his hands”, as this would get rid of the threat of the contest but in a way where he would vote for Xavier in the end.
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Before the POV began, Big D thought he questioned Kyland what he would do with Veto before the nomination. So, he thought that Kyland would pick Azah if he wins the POV. However, Xavier won it, And he’ll likely keep the nomination the same, putting pressure on Big D to pick.
As he strikes a deal with Kyland and the final three men, Big D will likely oust his best friend, Azah. However, there’s a chance he could take the shot against Kyland, especially if Javier encourages it in a subtle way. The Veto Contest airs Wednesday, September 22 at 10/9 Central on CBS.