Bayleigh, a 27-year-old model from Kansas City, MO who originally competed on Season 20 of Big Brother, was evicted from the Big Brother house via a 9-0 vote over Da'Vonne, a 32-year-old acting coach from Inglewood, CA who previously competed on Seasons 17 and 18 of Big Brother.
Bayleigh and Da'Vonne had been nominated from eviction by Christmas Abbott, a 38-year-old fitness entrepreneur from Raleigh, NC who originally competed on Season 19 of Big Brother and had won Big Brother: All-Stars' fifth Head of Household competition last week.
Christmas had then also won the subsequent Power of Veto competition but opted against using the veto to remove either Bayleigh and Da'Vonne from the chopping block.
After her eviction was announced, Bayleigh was interviewed by Big Brother host Julie Chen, who instructed Bayleigh to be sure and don her face mask and remain socially distant from Julie and the show's production crew upon exiting the Big Brother house.
During her interview, Bayleigh told Julie she was "very, very happy" Da'Vonne got to remain in the Big Brother house and said she was Da'Vonne's "No. 1 supporter."
In addition, Bayleigh also stated she had requested Big Brother's other houseguests vote her out of the game with an unanimous vote.
"And you knew you were leaving tonight?" Julie asked.
"Yeah, I told everyone don't make it a 'me or her' -- if you know, just everybody go the same way that I'm aligned with," Bayleigh replied.
"I just feel like this game is intense enough and there's no reason to pretend you know that you have somebody's back -- say over and over that you'll never put them up, you won't go after them, and that you're working together -- and then turn around and stab them in the back," Bayleigh replied.
"There was no reason. She could have just been, 'I don't know.' I just felt very betrayed by her relationship with me. It was close. We did laundry together."
After Bayleigh's interview with Julie concluded, the Big Brother episode concluded with the season's 11 remaining houseguests -- minus Christmas, who as the outgoing HoH, was ineligible to compete -- beginning to compete in the season's next Head of Household competition, which was an endurance competition.
[Spoiler Warning: Highlight the area below to find out which houseguest won the season's sixth Head of Household competition.]
The new HoH for Season 22 is Dani Briones.
Big Brother: All-Stars' next episode will air Sunday, September 13 at 8PM ET/PT on CBS.