Big Brother All-Stars is also known as Big Brother 22 and is the twenty-second season of the television reality program Big Brother. We will look at the odds and make a prediction for Big Brother Betting. The season premiered on August 5, 2020 and is broadcast on CBS in the United States. The show chronicles a group of former contestants, known as HouseGuests, as they compete to be the last competitor remaining to win a grand prize of $500,000. Julie Chen Moonves is hosting the season.
WEEK 3 Up for Eviction: Kaysar and Kevin
What We See Happening
Kevin holds the eviction veto so he is not going away this week. There is some talk about Ian being put up in his place. Look for Christmas, who volunteered, to be up for eviction knowing fully well that Kaysar is the target. Kaysar will be gone.
NEXT WEEKS PREDICTION: Look for Bayleigh and DaVonne to get the eviction notices as Christmas (HoH) takes orders from Tyler and Cody.
Meet the Big Brother Betting House Guests
(odds are current as of Wednesday, September 2nd – Odds are to win Big Brother)
Cody Calafiore (Season 16) +550 – He was a big deal in season 16 as part of 3 alliances at different times. It was the Bomb Squad of 8, Detonators of 6 and then the 2-man hit men group. Cody chose to honor his partnership with Derrick and picked to sit next to him in the end. It was a game-losing error, in what has been called one of the worst decisions in Big Brother history.
Tyler Crispen (Season 20) +600 – There is more to Tyler than meets the eye as many saw him as just a surfer dude. He was cunning in Season 20 as leader of the Level 6 alliance and made some huge plays to take the other side down. He also formed close bonds with Angela and Kaycee. He lost in the final 2 by a 5-4 vote to Kaycee.
Christmas Abbott (Season 19) +900 – She hasn’t always been so jolly as in the past she broke her foot but remained alive thanks to some help from Paul to keep her. She placed 3rd and became the 9th and final member of the jury after Josh cast the sole vote to evict her.
Dani Briones (Seasons 8 & 13) +700 – She is a veteran that goes back 14 years prior at the age of 20. She was in a strange house as she shared a house with her estranged father, Dick. They did make amends and made it to the finale only to lose to her dad. They both came back in season 13. Dani married fellow houseguest Dominic Briones.
Memphis Garrett (Season 10) +750 – It has been 2 seasons since Memphis was in the game and he was known as a schemer. He was able to get Dan to save him and then they joined the Renegades and ran the game. In the end, Memphis was the first in Big Brother history to get no votes in the jury vote.
Da’Vonne Rogers (Seasons 17 & 18) +800 She was a force in both her seasons and had great observation skills. Also, that led to her demise and was an immediate threat and was evicted. The next season she was a leader and tried to keep things together but involvement in drama sent her to the jury.
Ian Terry– (Season 14) +900 He was a bit odd to start the season and had some veterans give him solace and was used by them in their strategic ways. He was sneaky and got himself safe in six of seven rounds and was the youngest winner in Big Brother U. S. history.
Enzo Palumbo (Season 12) +900 – He gathered an alliance of all guys in the first week of Season 12 and called themselves “The Brigade”. They dominated the house and Enzo went to the finale with Hayden and Lane. It was Hayden that booted him.
Bayleigh Dayton (Season 20) +1000- She had a romantic Season 20 as she worked with and later married Swaggy C. After he was evicted, She was able to get some control and a special power but made the mistake of revealing it to the opposing alliance which led to her demise.
Nicole Franzel (Seasons 16 & 18) +1200 – Some thought she was eccentric and other say she quirky. Either way, she went from the bottom to the top before being evicted. She became the first female Big Brother contestant to beat a man in the end.
Janelle Pierzina (Seasons 6, 7 & 14) +1200 “Jedi Janie” has been on three seasons of Big Brother. She spent the first two of them fighting hard to not get evicted. She bucked what might have been the strongest alliance known as “Friendship.” Her biggest asset might have been the ability to compete. She won 13 total competition with 9 in one season. On another note, she and fellow coach Britney were contestants in The Amazing Race 31. Kaysar Ridha (Seasons 6 & 7) 100-1 He was known as the chief of the “Sovereign 6” and was quick to understand the pair cast of season 6 but was evicted. He returned by popular vote and become a huge favorite. His downfall was he trusted too many others and they sent him packing.
Kevin Campbell (Season 11) +1400 – Kevin was in an alliance that was in the majority (with Jessie) but a coup sent all of them scrambling around for help. He was able to lie and win a key competition to make it to the finale night and lost to eventual winner Jordan. He was put up for eviction in the opening week of this season but survived.
David Alexander (Season 21) +1400 – He was up for eviction in Week 2 this season but survived. In his previous season he was banished and then eliminated by competition. He was part of the “Camp Comeback” but was no real threat without any power and didn’t win his way back.
Who has been evicted from Big Brother 22?
Season 10’s Keesha Smith became the first all-star evicted of the season, as her lack of campaigning with both the Head of Household and the houseguests made her an easy unanimous target.
Season 21’s Nicole Anthony was the most recent cast member to walk out of the Big Brother house. History seemed to repeat itself for the fan favorite, as she became an outsider of a majority alliance.
Janelle, the legend was eviction as many were afriad of what she could do weeks down the road.
Kaysar was a unanimous choice and was aligned with nobody after Janelle was gone.
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