[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for Big Brother 22.]
after Big brother 22 Week 5 Power of the Veto Competition, Tyler Crispen sacrificed himself for Belle Dayton and Day’Von Rogers as he “wants to stand up for something bigger.”
Some homeowners wanted Christmas Abbott for backdoor Tyler Crispen
After a close fight, Christmas became the domestic premier for Abbott Week 5.. She nominated Bayle Dayton and D’Von Rogers because they were not in her alliance, and she treated them as a pair.
HOH also did not want Bayleigh on the jury because he believed BB20 The star would vote emotionally, an idea Dani Donato Bryons, Nicole Frenzel and Tyler Crispen told her several times over the past few weeks.
Last week Tyler told D’Von that Dani and Nicole were targeting him and Belle, a warning his accomplice also received from Ian Terry. although BB14 Shampoo supported, so Da’Vonne revealed Tyler as his source.related: ‘Big Brother 22’ Live Feed Spoilers: Who has won the fifth power of veto, and will they save a nominee?
Dani threw again BB20 The runner-up under the bus and claimed that he pitted the girls against each other.
Therefore, Da’Vonne, Dani, Bayleigh, and Nicole all planned Tyler through the backdoor on Christmas, as he promised that he would have the votes to evict him.
However, there is a last two deal with HOH. BB20 Runner-up, so he shot the idea.
Tyler Crispen already said he didn’t have a good time
A few weeks ago, Tyler told Ian that he had initially declined the offer to return All starsBut his girlfriend and BB20 Star Angela Rammans called the production crew behind his back and said he would compete.
He described his current situation in the house as “stuck”. Last week, Tyler admitted that he is not enjoying himself this season.
In a conversation with David Alexander, he said he felt “too much pressure” and did not like others to “praise” him for being “good manipulations and liars”.
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Additionally, Tyler claimed that he does not enjoy the show’s “premise” and hates to “crush people’s dreams” to benefit himself. David pointed out that everyone “signs for it,” but BB20 The star admitted “it goes more than you think.”
After Belleigh’s nomination, he confronted Ian over rumors circulating about Dani and Nicole. Ian apparently felt bad about the conversation, and he allegedly told Nicole that he wanted to commit self-immolation.
Tyler made Cody aware of the situation and explained that he, too, did not want to be involved in any drama and would leave if “t ** is starting.”
Tyler Crispen said he wanted him to go back home through the back door
Christmas conquered the power of the veto and was adamant about not using it and “letting the house decide”. However, Tyler approached Beile and Da’Von in the Have-Not Room and apologized to the women thinking that he did not trust him when he did so and admitted that he was “starting a self-sabotage.”
BB20 The runner-up then explained that he is a “contestant”, but wants to stand up for something bigger than himself, creating a “confrontation” between his mind and heart.
After seeing how badly the women want to be in the competition, Tyler admitted that he “feels bad” because he doesn’t care that much. So BB20 The runner-up offered to ask Christmas to use the POV on one of the allies and return it so she could go home.
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Belleigh and Da’Von thanked Tyler for his sacrifice and called it the “boldest thing” that he had seen anyone on the show. BB20 The runner-up later spoke at Christmas for a few hours, but cameras did not allow live feeders to watch the conversation.
A few hours later, Christmas talked to Da’Vonne And explained that she wanted to keep Tyler up, but she told them not to reveal the real story behind her decision. The two then discussed how they could support them without disturbing the rest of the members of the household.
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