Big Brother August 25, 2022 Evicted Jasmine Davis & Joseph Abdin (Recap)

Big Brother August 25, 2022 Evicted Jasmine Davis & Joseph Abdin (Recap)

Hey, “Big Brother” fans. Tonight, August 25, 2022,another LIVE eviction episode for Big Brother season 24 did indeed air, and two people were evicted at the end to cap off the “Split House” twist.

Tonight’s LIVE, double eviction episode started off with footage of what happened in the house after the last POV ceremony when Brittany didn’t use the veto, leaving Jasmine and Monte on the chopping block, and Terrance using his veto to save Turner and put up Kyle.

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Brittany told the Diary room aka the private cams, “Our plan is to evict Jasmine.” Meanwhile, Jasmine told the private cams, “I actually might have a fighting chance to stay in this house since Monte is still on the block with me.” Jasmine also finally admitted that she has been fake limping for sympathy on her ankle that she sprained weeks ago.

After all of that, the eviction nominees Monte and Jasmine gave their final plea speeches. Then the rest of the houseguests for Michael’s side of the house casts their votes to evict. No one voted to evict Monte. Taylor and Brittany both voted to evict Jasmine. So, by a vote of 2-0, Jasmine was indeed finally evicted from the Big Brother season 24 house ,tonight, for Michael’s side of the house.

Jasmine gave her exit interview with host Julie Chen-Moonves. Jasmine told Julie, “I wasn’t completely shocked about getting voted out, but I did start to believe Monte was a bigger threat than I was during this week. They definitely got me. I feel most betrayed by Alyssa because she told them a lot of things. I think Joseph is getting evicted after me, but I’m literally just guessing.” During some of the goodbye messages, Michael and Brittany told Jasmine about the Leftovers alliance.

After all of that, they showed footage from Terrance’s side of the house after their POV meeting. Terrance told the private cams, “I used the veto because I’m up against a showmance and a bromance. I still believe there’s even more info that can be shared, and I want it all.”

Kyle told the private cams, “Yo, what is up with Terrance? He used the veto when he said he wasn’t, but I still have Alyssa and Turner to vote for me.”

Terrance told Kyle, “The only reason I did that move was to keep the temperature low when we get back in the house.” Kyle said, “I trust you for sure.”

Terrance told the private cams, “Joseph and Monte’s bond is strong.” Kyle told Alyssa, “Joseph did something, and it’s possible that he could persuade Turner.” Joseph told Terrance that Kyle was actually the one that created the Leftovers alliance.

Kyle told Turner about Joseph wanting to confront him in front of Terrance. Joseph told Terrance, “It wouldn’t be a waste to keep me here over Kyle.” Terrance told the private cams, “I’m done being at the bottom of the barrel in this game.”

Turner told the private cams, “I’m ready to rock with Terrance, Alyssa and Kyle.” Then, they named themselves the “Afterparty” alliance.

Joseph had a conversation with Alyssa, Kyle, Terrance and Turner about the whole Leftovers alliance situation. Joseph tried to convince Alyssa that Kyle was ok with Alyssa going home that week they were getting Daniel out. Kyle denied that claim saying to Alyssa, “I would never let that happen to you.” Alyssa told Joseph, “You’ve lied to me more than I’ve lied to you. Why would I trust you?”

Turner told Joseph, “You did work both sides of the house. I feel like I was only in the Leftovers alliance because I won HOH that week.” Terrance told Joseph, “I believe your allegiance still isn’t broken with the Leftovers alliance.”

After all of that, the eviction nominees Joseph and Tyler gave their final plea speeches. Then, the rest of the houseguests on Terrance’s side of the house casts their votes to evict.

Turner and Alyssa both voted to evict Joseph. No one voted to evict Kyle. So, by a vote of 2-0, Joseph did indeed get evicted from the Big Brother season 24 house tonight and sent off to jury.

Joseph gave his exit interview with host Julie Chen-Moonves. Joseph told Julie, ” I guess I’m out here because my bromance was more intimidating than Kyle and Alyssa’s showmance. No, I don’t regret being loyal to my Leftovers alliance. I’m still glad I did it. I wanted to prove loyalty in some aspect still matters in this game.

I should’ve done a better job of seeing what Kyle was doing. I didn’t regret voting out Indy because that’s what the Leftovers agreed upon during that week. It takes a team to get to the end, and that’s what I was trying to do.”

After Joseph’s exit interview wrapped up, Julie announced that the “Split House” twist is officially over,and we got to see all the houseguests reunite inside the house. At this point in time, they just hugged and smiled, but we’re pretty sure that’s not going to last for long.

There was no HOH (Head Of Household) competition for the LIVE show tonight. So, we’re going to have to let you guys know who won it later on after it’s played. How do you guys feel about Jasmine Davis and Joseph Abdin getting evicted ,tonight, and sent to the jury house? Let us know in the comments section.

The next, new Big Brother season 24 episode is scheduled to air this Sunday night, August 28, 2022 at approximately 7 pm central standard time on CBS

Alright, guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest, “Big Brother” recap report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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