Many fans believe that Azha Awasam ruined his chance to win by using his Head of Household victory during the second double eviction. big brother 23 To target Hannah Chaddha. However, host Julie Chen Moonves believes she can achieve the title if her belief in God is “strong”.
Fans think Azha Avsum wasted her chance to win by targeting Hannah Chaddha
The second double eviction began with House guests unanimously sending Tiffany Mitchell to the jury, even though Azah Awasum considered keeping Hannah Chaddha a major threat.
However, he sided with others, Xavier Prather and Derek “Big D” Frazier, who couldn’t wait to take the shot. Azah then won the head of the domestic competition during DE and took the opportunity to target only the other woman, Hannah, who was again with the guys.
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But, he blinds her as Kyland Young saves Xavier from Vito’s power, forcing him to nominate the lone deserving houseguest, his best friend, Big D. The people stuck together and sent Hannah out of the house.
Many spectators disagreed with Azah’s move of the game and thought his best chance of winning did not involve putting all three men together. However, Azah doesn’t believe they have the last two deals with each other.
Julie Chen Moonves Thinks Azah Could Win ‘If She Has a Personal Relationship with the Lord’
After the episode, host Julie Chen Moonves spoke with Entertainment Weekly about Double Eviction and where the houseguests were headed up.
When asked whether Azah, who has been open about her belief in God, had a chance to win the game after targeting Hannah, she replied, “I believe that by the power of Christ. Everything is possible,” especially if Azah had “strong” beliefs and “personal relationship with the Lord.”
He also pointed to Big D’s lack of success in competitions, calling it “tragic”. However, the host said he didn’t feel he needed to win as his social game has protected him so far.
Regardless, she believes he can “totally go” because he has mentioned his love for God and his mother.
Derek “Big D” Frazier and Azah likely to make it to the last three
The remaining four fought for their place in the last three in another major of the domestic competition after double eviction. Javier came out on top, advancing to his second HOH title and position.
After the final two with Kyland and Big D and an unspoken deal with Azah, he felt most loyal to his deal with Big D. So, he protected them, named Kayland and Azah, who had not yet seen the bloc, assuming power to veto the only thing that mattered that week.
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Additionally, as HOH, he cannot vote by simply deciding on the veto winner or Big D. Presumably he wants to kick Kyland out of the game, as he is the biggest competition threat, Javier wants to choose Big D so that he can retain Kyland’s vote. Victory.
So Azah and Big D will probably join Xavier in the final three. The Power of the Veto Contest airs Wednesday, September 22 at 10/9 Central on CBS.