[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for Big Brother 23 Week 11 Head of Household and nominations.]
The historic cookout skillfully navigated the first Double Eviction, becoming the first coalition to lead its members to the end. Additionally, he guaranteed that the show’s original series would see its first black winner. However, they had to be disbanded during the final day, leaving the remaining four to fight for their place in the last three. Xavier Prather won the head of the household; Whom did he nominate?
Hannah Chaddha and Tiffany Mitchell are out during the second double eviction
After the cookout made the last six, Kyland Young won the head of the household, forcing him to take the first shot in the group.
With the other two involved in the final three alliances and the other with Tiffany Mitchell and Hannah Chadha, they had to choose a side.
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Ultimately, he decides to side with Javier, deciding who he wants to compete with, who he believes is the best. The HOH put the women on the block with each other and won the power of veto, securing their nomination. Considering Tiffany as the biggest threat, she unanimously joins the jury.
The remaining five house guests got themselves treated immediately. second double expulsion, Starting with Azha Avsum becoming HOH. Loyal to Xavier and her best friend at home, Derek “Big D” Frasier, she targets Hannah, who follows Tiffany to the jury house.
Xavier Prather Nominates Azah Awasum and Kayland Young
After eliminating two former cookout members, the four continued to fight for HOH, ensuring their place in the final three.
Javier, who has competed throughout the season to hide his physical prowess, won believing it would put him in a better position to win.
Allied with everyone living in the house, including an unnamed man with Azah, HOH claimed that he only wanted to honor his deal with Big D because he did it on Day 18. Additionally, Xavier wanted his last two teammates to “get the blood in his hands” and send Kyland out if he had the chance.
However, it comes down to the POV winner as they have the only power to oust. So, Xavier puts Azah, who has avoided the block all season, for eviction next to Kyland.
He wouldn’t mind leaving Kayland this week
HOH doesn’t necessarily have a goal as it only intends to keep Big D safe this week. If things go according to him, his last two allies or Azah POV will win and cast the lone vote to oust Kyland.
The move would get rid of the threat of his biggest competition, but in a way where Kyland would vote for him as he has the last two alliances.
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If Kyland secures security, he’ll probably kick Ajah out of Big D because he’s been in a deal with the others at the cookout for several weeks. Xavier will likely throw off the POV as he probably won’t want to put himself in a position to show his cards by sending them to Kyland or Azah, possibly losing their jury vote.
The season’s most important POV contest airs Wednesday, September 22 at 10/9 Central on CBS.