Big Brother 2022 spoilers LIVE- Eviction ceremony to be held TONIGHT after Alyssa was saved in shock veto meeting | The Sun

BIG Brother is set to air a live eviction ceremony tonight after Daniel and Kyle saved Festie Besties Indy and Alyssa from the block as part of Daniel's plan – which is likely to backfire.

When Head of Household Monte spoke to Nicole and Daniel ahead of the veto ceremony, he suggested that Daniel and Kyle not use the veto, which led a distrustful Daniel to go against his wishes and use it in an attempt to backdoor Taylor.

The surprising veto allowed Monte to nominate Nicole and Taylor, as Nicole has become The Leftovers alliance's new target for tomorrow's eviction after her and Daniel's recent behavior toward Taylor.

“What type of sweet revenge would that be if Daniel is the cause of his best friend going home?” Taylor said in the Diary Room.

Big Brother airs every Sunday and Wednesday at 8pm ET, while the live eviction episodes air on Thursdays at 9pm ET.

Read our Big Brother live blog for the latest updates…

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    Alliance chart

    Big Brother shared a chart of the alliances in the house.

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    Musical wake-up call

    The live cameras are shut off each morning as the houseguests are roused for the day, according to ScreenRant.

    Loud music is played in the house to wake them up.

    Even though it’s not the best way to wake up, some houseguests are just glad to hear music because the only other opportunity they get to listen to music is when the HOH plays it for the other houseguests.

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    The oldest contestant on Big Brother

    In the show’s history, the oldest contestant to ever compete was Jerry MacDonald.

    The 75-year-old was a cast member in Season 10 of Big Brother, and he made it to the final three before being eliminated from the competition.

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    Most HOH wins

    The most Head of Household wins in a single season of Big Brother was five.

    Frankie Grande won the five HOH competitions during season 16 of the show.

    Nine people have won four HOHs in a single season, according to CBS.

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    Houseguests get a weekly stipend

    Each week, contestants get paid $1,000 for their time on the show.

    The winner of this season will win a cash prize of $750,000.

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    Fit for competition

    According to Big Brother’s casting site, contestants are required to submit their complete medical history to production.

    The eligibility requirements also state contestants must “be in excellent mental and physical health.”

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    Former contestant calls treatment of Taylor ‘appalling’

    Season 23 contestant Britini D’Angelo voiced her thoughts on Twitter about how the current houseguests choose to interact with contestant Taylor Hale.

    “The Big Brother house does not influence the way you treat those around you,” she wrote.

    “YOU, and only YOU, choose how you interact with those around you. You’re adults.”

    “The way in which these houseguests choose to interact both with Taylor present & in her absence is appalling.”

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    What are the Have-Nots?

    A few unfortunate house guests are forced to live in poverty for one week every week as punishment.

    They are only allowed to eat slop, which is bland food similar to oatmeal, and are forced to take cold showers, and sleep in uncomfortable beds made for punishment.

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    This week's Head of Household

    Monte Taylor won the Head of Household contest in week four of the reality TV show.

    The contestants took on The Invitation challenge in which they had to locate red invitations hidden inside envelopes and Monte came out on top.

    After taking on his new role, Monte nominated Festie Besties Indy Santos and Alyssa Snider for eviction.

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    What is backdooring?

    Backdooring is a strategy used by the Head of Household to evict their target.

    When successfully used, backdooring means nominating pawns that are likely to win the veto.

    Once the pawn vetoes themself, the HOH can nominate their actual target – who will have no chance at saving themselves.

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    How to vote for your favorite houseguest

    To cast your vote for your favorite houseguest every week, follow these steps:

    • Visit the official Big Brother website and create an account
    • Enter your email address
    • Accept the terms and conditions
    • Access the voting page by logging into your account and voting for your favorite houseguest
    • Make sure to cast your vote before the weekly eviction by selecting the ‘Vote Now’ button
    • You can cast up to 10 votes per house guest

    The BB Motel

    For season 24 of Big Brother the house is called the BB Motel and is inspired by Palm Springs, California.

    The style of the motel this season is a mid-century “blast from the past.”

    It is also inspired by a “golfer’s paradise” that is popular in Palm Springs.

    Big Brother 24 finale

    This season of Big Brother is set to last 82 days, with the finale scheduled for September 25, 2022.

    This is the 24th season of the series and it will be one of the shortest since season 14.

    Seasons 1 through 6 lasted for around 80 days before dropping to 72.

    Starting season 16, the format increased to 97 episodes.

    Julie has been hosting Big Brother since 2000

    Since Big Brother’s premiere in 2000, Julie has served as the show’s host.

    She was given the moniker “Chenbot” for her extremely rehearsed performance and interactions with the studio audience.

    However, when discussing it in interviews, she has said that she doesn’t find it offensive.

    Who is Julie Chen Moonves?

    Julie Chen, the daughter of Chinese immigrants, was born in Queens, New York.

    In 1991, she graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in broadcast journalism.

    Together with Andy Cohen, she interned at CBS Morning News to launch her career.

    Before relocating to Ohio to serve as a local news correspondent for WDTN-TV, she first started working at ABC NewsOne.

    Later, she served as the news anchor for CBS This Morning and CBS Morning News.

    In a private ceremony held in Acapulco, Mexico, she wed Les Moonves, the president and CEO of CBS Television, in December 2004.

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      Big Brother live feeds are available 24/7

      All the drama that can’t fit into each episode can be watched on Paramount Plus.

      The live stream is available to viewers who subscribe to the service around the clock.

      Two subscription packages are available from the streaming service.

      Users have the option of subscribing to a premium membership plan for $9.99 per month or paying $4.99 per month to access material without advertisements.

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      Power of Veto explained

      The winner of this competition has the power to remove a contestant from the eviction block.

      If a houseguest chooses to use the Power of Veto (PoV), the HoH must put up a replacement nominee for eviction.

      The holder of the PoV is protected from eviction.

      Unlike HoH competitions, the HoH is allowed to participate in the PoV competition, as well as the two nominees.

      However, only six total contestants participate in the PoV competition; three houseguests who are not on the block or HoH are selected at random.

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      Head of Household explained

      The houseguest who wins this title is rewarded with their own bedroom and is responsible for nominating two of the other houseguests for eviction.

      The Head of Household (HoH) is safe from eviction that week and is not allowed to participate in the following week’s HoH competition, except for the final HoH competition of the season.

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      What is The Block on BB?

      The Head of Household selects two house guests each week to be put up for eviction.

      These two players have been said to be “on the block” the whole time they have been nominated.

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      Who are The Leftovers?

      Monte, Turner, Joseph, Taylor, Brittany, Kyle, and Michael formed an alliance called “The Leftovers.”

      The group was inspired by the fact each member felt left out of other alliances.

      Their initial strategy was to target the girls’ group of Nicole, Ameerah, Alyssa, Jasmine, and Indy.

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      Who is still in the Big Brother house?

      There are still 13 people left in the Big Brother house. They are:

      • Joseph Abdin
      • Michael Bruner
      • Kyle Capener
      • Jasmine Davis
      • Daniel Durston
      • Taylor Hale
      • Terrance Higgins
      • Brittany Hoopes
      • Nicole Layog
      • Indy Santos
      • Alyssa Snider
      • Monte Taylor
      • Matt “Turner” Turner
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        Terrance plans to vote out Nicole

        In the live feeds, Terrance has confirmed to houseguests that he feels fine voting Nicole for eviction because she was so confident that he would be going home.

        "I am definitely okay with the vote going towards Nicole," he said to Monte.

        "I'm being 1000 with you but I am going to go with how you want to move."

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        Where to watch Big Brother 24

        Every Sunday and Wednesday at 8pm ET, Big Brother airs, while the live eviction episodes air on Thursdays at 9pm ET.

        The program is broadcast on CBS and streamed on YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, and FuboTV.

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        Taylor has mixed feelings

        Though Taylor is excited to possibly be sending Nicole home, she feels betrayed because The Leftovers told her that she wouldn't have to go on the block this week.

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        Indy and Alyssa are saved

        Kyle and Daniel use the veto to save Indy and Alyssa from the chopping block – unknowingly securing Nicole's fate.

        Monte immediately nominates Nicole and Taylor.

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