Spoilers ahead for Big Brother: All Stars live feeds and episodes through Wednesday, September 23.
Week 7 of Big Brother: All Stars is fast-approaching eviction, and the results of the veto competition combined with the conversations happening on the live feeds paint a pretty clear picture of what is probably going to happen when the vote finally happens. The controversial Memphis Garrett is on his second All Stars week as Head of Household, and although not everything has gone according to his plan, a big elimination is on the way. Either Da'Vonne Rogers or Kevin Cambell is heading to jury.
Here's how everything went down, and why it's pretty much on Memphis Garrett that it's between Da'Vonne Rogers and Kevin Campbell. His goal heading into the veto competition in Week 7 was to backdoor David Alexander, who Memphis has wanted out for a while now. Memphis definitely got a kick out of Zingbot's comments about David! The problem was that Memphis kept his plan to backdoor David a little too quiet heading into the veto competition. Memphis' "arrangement" with David didn't really play a part, and the other houseguests weren't in on or on board with his backdoor plan.
As a result, the houseguests who competed in Zingbot's Tiger King-inspired veto competition weren't all willing to just throw the competition like Memphis wanted. So, Tyler Crispen competed to the best of his ability, beat Memphis in the timed competition, and won the power of veto to tank the plan to backdoor David Alexander. Tyler chose not to use to power of veto, despite Kevin Campbell's comments in his own defense. As for Da'Vonne Rogers, she was resigned to just let it ride, because she knew Tyler wasn't saving either of them.
The episode ended with nothing guaranteed other than either Da'Vonne Rogers or Kevin Campbell going home after campaigning to stay ahead of the vote, but the live feeds yield a little more information. All signs from the live feeds point toward Da'Vonne's time in the Big Brother house coming to an end in the very near future, with Kevin more likely to stay and have to say goodbye to Da'Vonne. And just after they had their emotional conversation about becoming best friends, too!
That said, Da'Vonne Rogers' fate isn't sealed yet. The live feeds went down on the night of Tuesday, September 22 and have not yet come back at the time of writing following the September 23 episode. This could be for reasons as straightforward as another wall yeller mixing (and messing) things up for the houseguests, but some serious drama could also be on the way.
If there were some shifts in dynamics over the hours that live feeds have been down, maybe Da'Vonne Rogers somehow found enough votes to stay. A Big Brother legend is also apparently on the way to deliver a new twist, so the episode will definitely be worth watching live.