The head of the household, Dani, originally created two housegates to evict, Kevin and David. But, when David used his descriptor power and removed himself from the block, Dani was forced to name a replacement nominee. Since he and Tyler, who are also in his committee alliance, have entered their fair share of drama over the past few weeks, he put her on the block as a replacement for David. When it came time for the Power of Veto competition, Dani, Kevin, Tyler, and three druggates were chosen by random draws – Da’Vonne, Ian and Enzo – all striving to win power. Da’Vonne emerged victorious, threatening to throw Dani and the committee’s plans into the week. Although many houseguests attempted to convince Da’Vonne not to use the Power of Veto, he used it on his close aide Kevin to ensure his safety for the week. As a result, either Ian or Tyler will be evicted. Big Brother: All Stars Thursday will become home and the first gambler of the season.
Given that one of Devon’s closest allies was in danger of leaving the house before the Power of Veto competition and ceremony, fans were thrilled to take the contestant in their hands in Tuesday night’s episode. On Twitter, fans could not help but be excited to tell him about this exciting turn of events.
DA’VONNE ROGERS. I am proud of you. Every day while getting your legal protection, and building a generation of both people and all you want is meeting yourself, you will use the power of the veto, when you stay so long . # BB22 pic.twitter.com/BEJ0MwJrAD
– Roberto # Day4AFP #IStandWithBayDay (@realityrxbert) September 16, 2020