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Big Brother 23 Spoilers: Who Won The HOH, And What It Means For Week 6

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Warning! The following contains spoilers from the Big Brother live feeds. Read at your own risk!

Derek Xiao was triumphant in sending Christian Birkenberger out of the Big Brother house, and now everyone else in the game is guaranteed to make it to the jury house. Of course, everyone would much sooner win the game and the Week 6 Head of Household competition is a great way to help better one's chances.

So, who won the Head of Household, and what's their grand plan for the coming week? Let's get into who will be running this chaotic week, and all the ways they could drastically shake up the game (like Frenchie) with their next target.

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Kyland Young Won The HOH

For the second time in Big Brother Season 23, Kyland Young is the Head of Household. It couldn't have happened at a better time for Kyland either, as campaigning to save Sarah Beth Steagall really put a target on his back. Now, both of them are safe, and Houseguests are scrambling trying to figure out what he'll do.

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How Kyland Young May Run His Head Of Household

Kyland Young talked to the camera soon after his win and gave us a really good idea of where he's leaning for Week 6. To start, Kyland said outright that he has no plans to eliminate anyone in The Cookout alliance, and Derek Xiao won't be leaving Big Brother this week either. Kyland didn't mention Sarah Beth Steagall in that group, but I think we can all assume given his avid protection of her this week he won't be voting her out of the Big Brother house.

That means Britini D'Angelo, Alyssa Lopez, and Claire Rehfuss are his potential targets. Honestly, Kyland already stated he didn't want to nominate Britini, but let's be honest, she's going to land on that block if someone wins the veto or a plan goes wrong. Ky told Derek Frazier his main target is Claire, with Alyssa the second most likely target to leave. Britini may end up being a pawn, but if Kyland has anything to say about it, she's staying.

Of course, a lot of how this week will go will depend on how the High Roller's Room could be utilized. A Houseguest could get a big boost in their game with a power they can win playing a casino game. Of course, audiences can influence that with America's Choice, and award their top 3 players 100 BB bucks, the next 3 75 BB bucks, and the rest 50 BB bucks. Powers teased included the ability to be taken off the block, the power to win a second veto, and the opportunity to flip the ultimate power in your favor. Who will get these powers? We can only wait and see.

Big Brother airs on CBS Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. ET. For more on the season, read up on our recent interview with Whitney Williams, who has grand plans after the game with Xavier Prather provided he's still available at the end of the game.

Mick Joest

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