Da'Vonne, a 32-year-old acting coach from Inglewood, CA who previously appeared on Big Brother 17 and Big Brother 18, was evicted from the Big Brother house via a 5-2 vote over Kevin, a 40-year-old ad agency executive from San Diego, CA who placed third on Big Brother 11.
Da'Vonne became the second member of Big Brother: All-Stars' jury.
Da'Vonne and Kevin were initially nominated for eviction as pawns by Memphis Garrett, who had wonBig Brother: All-Stars seventh Head of Household competition last week.
Memphis' original plan was to backdoor David Alexander, but Tyler Crispen made him realize that Da'Vonne was working closely with their allies Dani Briones and Nicole Franzel, which made Da'Vonne more of a threat to the longevity of their games than David would be.
The Big Brother: All-Stars broadcast began with a flashback to Day 48 after the Veto Meeting, with Da'Vonne and Kevin on the chopping block.
Tyler viewed Da'Vonne as a potential "warrior" who could team up with Dani and Nicole and come after him down the line as well as anyone he's close with.
Memphis originally wanted to backdoor David, but he said he liked the idea of splitting up Dani, Da'Vonne and Nicole.
Christmas Abbott also said it seemed obvious the three girls -- Dani, Da'Vonne and Nicole -- had "something going on behind the scenes."
"My chances of staying are 50/50, it's literally the toss of a coin," Kevin noted in the Diary Room.
Da'Vonne confided in Kevin how she felt like she had lost herself in the house.
When Da'Vonne previously played, fans had told her that she helped them stand up for themselves and find confidence, but this season, Da'Vonne felt she had put a muzzle on herself.
"My mom raised a strong black queen, and I'm a little embarrassed because I literally hide my voice -- the very thing I've encouraged people to do -- I've come here and do the opposite. I'm just tired. I'm tired," Da'Vonne cried in the Diary Room.
Memphis told Kevin that he would be "shocked" if Da'Vonne even got one vote to stay, so Kevin realized things were looking pretty good for him.
Kevin then talked to Da'Vonne about how it was possible Nicole might've been the one to flip the vote and eliminate Ian Terry, but Da'Vonne said she didn't feel that at all.
Kevin said it didn't make sense David would set Da'Vonne and himself up to be targets like that after voting to keep Tyler in the house, and he was right.
Da'Vonne confronted Nicole again about whether she had voted for Ian or Tyler, and Nicole continued to insist she had voted to keep Ian.
Nicole felt she was digging herself into a bigger and bigger hole, and while she hated lying to Da'Vonne and being in this situation, she said coming clean would "blow up" her game and she couldn't do that.
Da'Vonne depended on Nicole and Dani to vote for her to stay, but she needed two more votes. Da'Vonne hoped to secure two more votes in her favor from Christmas and David.
Nicole said she wanted to keep Da'Vonne in the house but couldn't if her The Committee alliance wasn't onboard, and that was apparently hard for Nicole to accept.
Nicole whispered to the cameras how she needed to tell Da'Vonne the truth but she needed to find the right time to do it.
Memphis was then shown sitting down with Enzo Palumbo, discussing how they should make a Final 3 deal with two people, creating two different alliances with the same name.
"That means we technically have four people, but they only know we have three," Memphis told Enzo.
Enzo was not a member of The Committee, which includes Memphis, Nicole, Dani, Christmas, Tyler and Cody Calafiore. Memphis said this agreement would likely bring Enzo and himself to the Final 2.
Memphis approached Cody about becoming a member of his Final 3 alliance with Enzo and they called themselves "The Wise Guys." Memphis also roped Christmas into a Final 3.
Meanwhile, Christmas said Tyler was her No. 1 and they had a Final 2 deal, while Cody's No. 1 was Enzo all along.
Enzo thought he had a good chance to beat Memphis in the end, so he liked being a part of this scheme.
Dani then campaigned for Da'Vonne to stay by telling Christmas that Da'Vonne was not going after either one of them.
Christmas, however, told the cameras it would be "a major problem" if she didn't split Da'Vonne and Dani up. Christmas could tell Dani wanted to save Da'Vonne so they could be allies.
Christmas therefore talked to Memphis about how they should use David as a person to take shots at targets for them, including other The Committee members, so they wouldn't have to get blood on their hands.
Christmas told David that he was safe with her and they should make it to the Top 8 to protect each other going forward. Christmas then shared with David how Da'Vonne was clearly working with Dani and Nicole and trusted the girls more than they trusted him.
Christmas told David that she believed him when he said he didn't vote to evict Ian. David was so glad someone finally believed him, that Dani and Nicole had set him up.
Christmas attempted to build some trust with David, and it seemed to work.
It then became time for the live eviction and Da'Vonne announced to her fellow houseguests she would love to be the first African American woman to ever win this game. Da'Vonne said it wasn't impossible.
Da'Vonne also reminded her fellow houseguests that jury management is very important to her and she would remember those that lied to her face this week or gave her "oh-so-scripted 'I don't know what's going on'" answers.
When Da'Vonne said that, the color from Nicole's face seemed to drain, especially because she noted how Nicole had stabbed her in the front -- not the back -- when they previously played the game together.
As for Kevin, he briefly preached about racial and gender equality and thanked Da'Vonne for her support and for playing this game with him.
The following All-Star players voted to evict Da'Vonne: Tyler, Enzo, David, Cody, and Christmas.
"Because Kevin can be puppeted. I love Kevin, that's one of my great friends, but he can be puppeted, and I can't," Da'Vonne admitted.
"And so when I did my veto speech, I think they realized, 'Oh snap, this is who we saw in Season 17 and 18. She's back. We can't do nothing with that -- so let's let her go!'"
Da'Vonne got to watch her goodbye messages from her fellow houseguests immediately, and Tyler admitted Dani and Nicole were in his alliance and it seemed like the girls were positioning themselves to grab Da'Vonne so the three of them could go after him.
Nicole also revealed her alliance with five other people since Day 2.
"I got caught in this lie where I had to vote Ian out of the house. I'm so sorry, Da'Vonne. I just really hope you'll give me a chance outside this house to be friends because I really love you as a person," Nicole cried.
Da'Vonne said she wasn't surprised about the alliance at all, but she expressed shock over Nicole and Dani.
On where things stand with Nicole now, Da'Vonne noted, "I don't know, because I was asking her for purposes that were not game-related."
"I told her, I said, 'Nicole, I'm a black woman in this game. David is a black man in this game. I do not want to be on television bashing him and calling him a liar if he did nothing wrong. So if you did that and you voted Ian out, tell me. I won't hold it against you and I won't be angry with you. Just be honest with me.'"
Da'Vonne recalled, "And she said, 'I swear, I voted Tyler out.' And so that is why I'm bothered. Game-wise, I get it girl, do what you've got to do for your alliance! But that was personal and that was important for me, and I told her to be honest with me about it."
Da'Vonne concluded that she loves being black and is thankful for another chance to playBig Brother.
After Da'Vonne's eviction, Julie asked the remaining houseguests to gather in the living room for a special message.
The players then watched a video of legendary Big Brother player Dr. Will Kirby, who told the All-Stars they would have an opportunity to play for power or prizes in the upcoming Head of Household and Power of Veto competitions.
Will also revealed he had purchased the house next door so he was going to be their neighbor. About The Author:Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
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