It is Power of Veto Ceremony day inside the Big Brother 22 house and the pressure is on for this week’s POV winner. The noms have been working hard at trying to convince the POV winner for week 10 to use it. Was the POV winner for Big Brother All-Stars swayed this week? Keep reading our Big Brother spoilers to find out!

As we all know, Nicole is not only the HOH, but also the POV winner for week 10 of Big Brother All-Stars. She has nominated Christmas and Memphis for eviction this week with Memphis as her target. Nicole has spent a lot of time trying to convince Christmas that she is going to be safe this week, but that hasn’t stop Christmas from trying to convince Nicole to BD Cody this week.

Meanwhile, Enzo and Cody have been working overtime trying to convince Memphis that he is safe this week and that has Memphis hoping that Nicole will keep the noms the same. Nicole has also told Memphis that Christmas owed her which is why Christmas trying to flip the vote on her was more of a betrayal to her than Memphis putting her up in the first place. Nicole was also pretty honest with him and her intentions.

Here is what happened at the POV ceremony for week 10 of Big Brother 22.

The POV Ceremony Results for Week 10 are:

  • Nicole did NOT use the POV
  • Christmas and Memphis are final noms

Memphis is completely oblivious to the fact that he is the target this week. So even though Nicole has kept the noms the same, which is what Memphis wanted, Memphis is in for a surprise on Thursday night.

What do you think of the plan to evict Memphis this week over Christmas? Is this what’s best for their game? Make sure you come back tonight at 8/7c for my live recap of this week’s HOH and Nomination Ceremony episode!

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