Last updated on October 4th, 2021
Who are the remaining Big Brother 23 contestants? Below is a list of who’s left in the Big Brother House.
Finale HOH #2
HOH 2 Times
POV 0 Times
HOH 0 Times
POV 0 Times
Finale HOH #1
HOH 3 Times
POV 2 Times
Frequently Asked Questions about Big Brother
How does part 1-3 of Head of Household Finale Comps work?
The winner of part 1 advances directly to the HOH final (part 3). The two other houseguests compete in part 2.The winner of part 2 competes against the winner of part 1 for part 3 The winner of part 3 is HOH and decides which other houseguest to take with them to the final. So really, you could lose both of the HOH competition parts and still win Big Brother if you get selected to the final and jury votes you the winner.
Who is head of household on Big Brother Season 23?
Current HOH: N/A
Week 1 – Brandon French (Nominated Kyland Young & Alyssa Lopez, replacement nominee Travis Long)
Week 2 – Kyland Young (Nominated Brandon French and Britini D’Angelo)
Week 3 – Xavier Prather (Nominated Britini D’Angelo and Brent Champagne)
Week 4 – Christian Birkenberger (Nominated Hannah Chaddah and Whitney Williams)
Week 5 – Derek Xiao (Nominated Britin D’Angelo and Sarah Steagall, replacement nominee Christian Birkenberger)
Week 6 – Kyland Young (Nominated Claire Rehfuss and Derek Frazier, replacement nominee Britini D’Angelo)
Week 7 – Sarah Steagall (Nominated Claire Rehfuss and Derek Frazier, Alyssa won in the High Rollers Room and took Derek Frazier off the block. Then the Wheel of Doom was spun which put Xavier on the block. Replacement nominee Derek Xiao)
Week 8 – Tiffany Mitchell (Nominated Sarah Steagall and Kyland Young. Xavier Prather is also on the block from a punishment he took in the last VETO comp.) Claire Birkenberger won the Coin of Destiny HOH and didn’t change the nominations. (No replacement nominee since Xavier was the extra nom)
Week 9 – Tiffany Mitchell (Nominated Xavier Prather and Alyssa Lopez, replacement nominee Claire Rehfuss)
Week 10 (Double Eviction) – HOH1: Hannah Chaddah (Nominated Xavier Prather and Alyssa Lopez, replacement nominee Kyland Young) – HOH2: Kyland Young (Nominated Hannah Chaddah and Tiffany Mitchell)
Week 11 (Double Eviction) – HOH1: Azah Awasum (Nominated Hannah Chaddah and Xavier Prather, replacement nominee Derek Frazier) – HOH2: Xavier Prather (Nominated Azah Awasum and Kyland Young)
Who is up for eviction in the Big Brother House for Season 23?
On the block for eviction: n/a
Who has the Power of Veto in the Big Brother House for Season 23?
Current POV: N/A
Week 1 – Derek Xiao (used it to save Kyland Young)
Week 2 – Derek Xiao (did not use it)
Week 3 – Christian Birkenberger (did not use it)
Week 4 – Christian Birkenberger (did not use it)
Week 5 – Britini D’Angelo (used on herself)
Week 6 – Alyssa Lopez (won the actual veto game, used to remove Claire from block) & Kyland Young (won POV in the High Roller Room by betting Alyssa would win)
Week 7 – Xavier Prather (took himself off the block)
Week 8 – Hannah Chaddah (used it to remove Xavier from the block. No replacement needed as he was an extra nom)
Week 9 – Alyssa Lopez (removed herself, Claire replacement nom and will likely go home this week)
Week 10 – Veto 1: Xavier Prather (took himself off the block) – Veto 2: Kyland Young (did not use it)
Week 11 – Veto 1: Kyland Young (took Xavier off the block) – Veto 2: Xavier Prather (did not use it)
Who is still in the Big Brother House for Season 23?
Azah Awasum, Derek Frazier, Xavier Prather
Who Has Been Evicted on Big Brother Season 23?
In this order: Travis Long, Brandon French, Brent Champagne, Whitney Williams, Christian Birkenberger, Britini D’Angelo, Derek Xiao, Sarah Steagall, Claire Rehfuss, Alyssa Lopez, Tiffany Mitchell, Hannah Chaddha, Kyland Young
What day does the head of household (HOH) make their nominations for eviction on Big Brother?
Typically the HOH nomination is held on a Friday, unless they do a live nomination.
What day do they have the power of veto competition on Big Brother?
Typically the POV competition is held on a Saturday, unless they do a live competition.
This site often shows results before the show airs, how is that possible?
Live feeds! Obviously since the house guests are in the house 24/7, and the show only airs 3 days a week, they have to do the non-live events during the week and it’s easy to see what the results are via the live feeds. And even if you miss what happened, the live feeds have awesome chat rooms where you can ask others watching what’s happened.
What is a Have Not?
Have Not is a sort of punishment in Big Brother. If you are a have not, you sleep in a special room, on a cot. You can only take cold showers, and you can only eat slop (most likely oatmeal of some sort) for the whole week.
What can the house guests do in the Big Brother House?
The only reading material allowed in the big brother house is a bible (or other religious book). There are no TV’s (except the ones that show feeds), no radios, no magazines, and no books. The house guests pass their time talking to each other, playing games in the yard, exercising, eatin, and sleeping. That’s about it.
Where is the Big Brother house located?
The big brother “house” isn’t actually a house. It’s a studio on the CBS lot. You can clearly see the yard when viewing the location from Google Maps.
Big Brother is an American television reality competition show based on the original Dutch reality show of the same name created by producer John de Mol in 1997. The series takes its name from the character in George Orwell’s 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. The American series launched on July 5, 2000 on CBS and is currently the second longest-running adaptation in the Big Brother franchise to date, after the Spanish version.
The show broadly follows the premise of other versions of the format, in which a group of contestants, known as “HouseGuests”, live together in a specially constructed house that is isolated from the outside world. The HouseGuests are continuously monitored during their stay in the house by live television cameras as well as personal audio microphones. Throughout the course of the competition, HouseGuests are evicted from the house, by being voted out of the competition. The last remaining HouseGuest wins the competition and is awarded a cash prize of $500,000. In its inaugural season (which followed the original Dutch format), ratings declined and critical reaction grew increasingly negative, prompting the series to be revamped for the second season, which focused on competition and gameplay.
On July 23, 2020, after production delays due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it was announced that the 22nd season would be an “All-Stars” edition (consisting of only previous houseguests), premiering on August 5, 2020. The “All-Stars” format was originally used in season 7. On October 28, 2020, the series was renewed for the 23rd season.
In addition to the main series, there have been two spin-offs: Big Brother: Over the Top, which aired for one season and was the first reality game show to air exclusively on a streaming platform airing in Fall 2016 on CBS’ streaming service, CBS All Access; and Celebrity Big Brother, which aired on CBS in February 2018.
In an effort to promote diversity, CBS announced a new rule for Big Brother that 50% of all contestants must be a person of color or an indigenous person for the 2021–2022 broadcast season.