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Big Brother 22 All-Stars spoilers: Are Kevin, Da’Vonne seeing the light?

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In the hour that followed Wednesday night’s new Big Brother 22 episode, let’s just say that there is some interesting news that we’re able to hand out!

After spending a lot of the season having some very-bad reads and some inaccurate guesses, tonight Da’Vonne and Kevin started to figure out precisely what was going on in this game. They’re recognizing now that there is probably a core alliance in the game that is split in multiple directions, and that Cody is probably at the nucleus of all of it. They recognize that Dani probably has one side, and that on the other may be Tyler and potentially even David, who they have been trying to work with on some level.

Why hasn’t Tyler campaigned to them all that much? That is one of the questions that the two of them are wondering, and the big answer is simple: He must think that he already has the votes! That’s an important revelation and it shows to them further it’s better to keep Ian — he is at the bottom of the food chain over there.

For some more Big Brother video discussion, remember to watch the latest at the bottom of this article! Once you do that, subscribe to Matt & Jess on YouTube for other live feed updates and check out our playlist. We’ll have further updates coming…

Where things may get fun is this — Da’Vonne and Kevin are trying to concoct a plan where they tell everyone in the house that they are voting to evict Tyler, only to vote to evict Ian instead. It’s a home run, but maybe Nicole or Enzo cast a hinky/pity vote in Ian’s direction. If that happens, at the very least they force Dani to break a tie. If there are two hinky votes, all of a sudden we’re at a tie vote and Dani has to be the one to make a decision. If we were Enzo, we’d especially consider this so that Nicole takes the heat from it, even if she doesn’t vote to save Ian.

Alas, we think the Committee is too smart to fall for something like this — they’ll probably all vote together for the sake of preserving any tomfoolery in the game.

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What do you think we could see from Da’Vonne and Kevin over the next two days?

Be sure to share in the comments! Meanwhile, remember to stick around for some other updates. (Photo: CBS.)


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Helen Reddy, Australian Singer and Feminist Icon, Dead at 78

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Here’s How to Watch the First 2020 Presidential Debate Between Trump and Biden

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In just five short weeks, either Joe Biden will be named the 46th President of the United States, or Donald Trump will continue his Camacho-like reign of absolutely idiotic, needlessly cruel terror for four more years. The two candidates for president will hold three debates leading up to the election, and Trump has really drummed up excitement for the first presidential debate by tweeting that he would like to subject Biden to a debate-performance-enhancing drug test. The Biden campaign responded by saying that Biden “intends to deliver his debate answers in words. If the president thinks his best case is made in urine he can have at it … We’d expect nothing less from Donald Trump, who pissed away the chance to protect the lives of 200K Americans when he didn’t make a plan to stop COVID-19.” So we’ve entered the WWE smack talk stage of democracy.

The first 2020 Presidential debate will be held at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, on Tuesday, September 29, from 9 p.m. ET to 10:30 p.m. ET. The debate will be moderated by Fox News host Chris Wallace, who plans to focus on six topics, split up into 15-minute segments: “the Trump and Biden records, the Supreme Court, COVID-19, the economy, race and violence in our cities, and the integrity of the election.” You can watch the first, second, and third debates, as well as the vice-presidential debate, without commercial interruption on ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and C-SPAN. If you do not have television, you will be able to stream the debate live on C-SPAN’s YouTube channel.

The second debate will air Thursday, October 15 from 9 to 10:30 p.m. ET. It will be held in Miami, Florida, and moderated by C-SPAN political editor Steve Scully. The third debate will be held at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday, October 22, from 9 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. ET. It will be moderated by NBC News White House correspondent Kristen Welker.

The vice-presidential debate between Joe Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris and current VP Mike Pence will take place at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah, on Wednesday, October 7 from 9 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. ET. It will be moderated by USA Today’s Washington bureau chief, Susan Page.

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Britain’s Got Talent’s Honey and Sammy running Race for Life

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A mother and daughter singing duo whose battle with cancer moved Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden to tears are to run the Race for Life.

After a difficult year when Sammy Harrison, 43, beat breast cancer, Honey, 15, signed them up to the ITV contest in secret — and told the judges of their fight against the disease.

The pair received a golden buzzer from Holden sending them to the semi-finals. They are in the public vote to make the final after appearing in the second semi-final earlier ths month.


The pair from Chigwell, in Essex are using their newfound fame to help support Cancer Research UK.

The Covid pandemic resulted in the cancellation of all 400 of the Race for Life events.

But the charity is encouraging people to still register and take part in a socially distanced 5K run in their local area on September 26 to raise funds for life-saving research.

Ms Harrison, 43, who was diagnosed in January 2018 with a four and a half centimetre tumour in her breast has taken part in the events before but hopes the new found fame can help raise more money.

“When you’ve been given life-saving surgery, you don’t expect this downward spiralling surge,” said Ms Harrison, who had a complete removal of her right breast and lymph nodes,“I just wasn’t prepared for the emotional trauma that went with it.”

She added before they went on stage they were asked by the BGT crew what they would do if they won, and her daughter said “I would definitely donate some money to Cancer Research UK.”

“It was important to us then it and it’s even more important to us now, with so many people struggling with cancer and Covid,” said Ms Harrison.

The event will start off with a live from the Race for Life Facebook from 9:30am followed by an energiser from a fitness expert and messages from cancer patients and survivors.

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