Top Moments From ‘Big Brother All-Stars’ Episode 7

David tells Da’Vonne to calm down, and Nicole A questions Janelle’s friendship.Here are the top moments from ‘Big Brother All-Stars’ episode 7. 

Benny Adams

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Posted On: August 21st, 2020 6:01 pm pst

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Another All-Star is out of the Big Brother house after the latest eviction. Nicole A’s time as a houseguest came to an end; leaving 14 people left to fight for the grand prize.  

A lot went down during this episode, so as always we’re giving you the biggest moments that happened during Big Brother All-Stars episode 7.

David and Nicole A Go Into Strategy Mode 

Going into this episode it seemed that both Nicole and David had interesting strategies to say the least. 

Both were on the chopping block, but their methods on trying to stay in the game didn’t seem to fall in either’s best interest. 

Let’s first start off with David; this guy had me a little worried after how he treated Da’Vonne, someone who was trying to help him. 

David said Da’Vonne needed to take it down a notch. He was worried that future Heads Of Household would come after them both if they suspected they were working together. 

I get it, David is playing the game, and trying to secure his spot; but when you have someone who’s played Big Brother multiple times, and wants to help you avoid eviction, you listen. 

On Nicole A’s end there was a lot of drama between her and Janelle. Memphis’ alliance was able to get inside Nicole’s head and make her think that Janelle had betrayed her.

This obviously did not sit well with Janelle, who cried due to being upset she couldn’t save Nicole.

Another One Bites The Dust 

 It’s eviction time, and the houseguests must vote who they want to leave the house. David won by almost a landslide, with only two people (Kevin and Enzo) voting in favor for Nicole A. 

I have to say I’m not too surprised that Nicole was eliminated. She made it all the way to the final episode last season. In my book that’s a major threat.

However, I will say it was a somber moment seeing her go, especially when she realized that Janelle did in fact try to fight for her. 

Time To Make Some Big Moves 

It’s time for a new Head Of Household in the Big Brother House, but first our houseguests need to participate in the HOH competition. 

Ian almost claimed the W, but it was Tyler who was victorious. I’m starting to like Tyler because you can tell he wants to play the game instead of playing it safe. 

Now the wait is on until Sunday when Tyler nominates two people for eviction. 

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