Big Brother All-Stars

Power Rankings (Round 6)

The BB vs Survivor battle continues…

Inside Survivor’s Power Rankings are back for Big Brother All-Stars, and it’s a special reality-tv showdown edition.

That’s right, it’s Big Brother versus Survivor as BB21 favorite Ovi Kabir takes on Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers runner-up Chrissy Hofbeck. Who will come out on top? Which reality-show will get the bragging rights? Let’s find out!

Last week, Kelley Wentworth filled in for Chrissy and ranked Bayleigh in 12th place, earning Chrissy 12 points, plus 2 bonus points for Christmas winning the Veto. Meanwhile, Ovi had Bayleigh ranked in 11th place, giving him 11 points, plus the bonus 2 points for Christmas’ Veto win. Ovi remains in the lead with 73 points, while Chrissy has 62.

RULES

Each week the two power rankers create separate rankings based on least likely to most likely to be evicted. If the person ranked in 1st place is eliminated in the next episode, the ranker earns 1 point. If the person ranked in 16th place is eliminated, the ranker receives 16 points, and so on. The person with the most points at the end of the season will be named the Big Brother All-Stars Power Rankings Champion.

As a bonus, if the player ranked in first wins the Power of Veto that week, the ranker will gain 2 extra points.

Chrissy

62

Ovi

73

1
David
First, thanks to Queen Kelley Wentworth for filling in last week! Team Survivor finally grabbed some traction, and she stepped up during an absolutely horrible week of BB. Love you, girl! Now for this week. If David is nominated he’ll use his Disruptor Power to pull himself off the block, so no way David is going home. Okay, maybe if the plan is to backdoor him (since I don’t *think* Blocker can be played at Veto ceremony), but I can’t imagine they’d plan a backdoor for someone who hasn’t won any comps. I’m putting David in the top position assuming he’s gotta win something at some point. Will it be the POV this week? A POV win for the HG in my #1 position would earn me 2 extra points, and I’m grasping at anything to catch up to Ovi!
1
Dani
Winning a must-win HOH for herself, Dani was able to solidify her safety this week and avoid potentially going on the block if Enzo or Tyler won. While Dani might want to play it safe, potential Big Brother Basement Powers in play might throw a wrench in her plan.
2
Dani
As HOH she’s not going anywhere, and I don’t see her winning a Veto comp. I do expect lots more negativity and discord this week with Dani in power. Remind me why we watch this show again?
2
Nicole F
Virtually the only person I am 99% sure is safe this week, Nicole is cashing in her chips with Dani and counting on one of her closest allies to keep her safe. While she might be losing sponsorships because of her actions within the house, Nicole is not losing this game as it currently looks.
3
Nicole F
As a casual watcher of the show, not the feeds, it’s a little tricky to figure out who exactly Dani is aligned with, but I *think* she feels close with Nicole. Over the past few weeks, Nicole seems to be unraveling a bit. She could be the perfect goat (not G.O.A.T.) to take to the end. Would any juror vote someone who cries every day and plays the victim role as the only BB 2x winner? Doubt it.
3
Cody
Cody continues to prove himself as a strong player as he shows his ability to navigate the game and use his allies to his own benefit. Cody is safe this week unless he sticks his neck out too far for Tyler, who might be a target of Dani. Additionally, we send our condolences to Cody and the Calafiore family for the loss of their grandfather.
4
Cody
He doesn’t seem to be on anyone’s radar and is holding up multiple alliances. Derrick’s pre-gaming on Cody’s behalf seems to be a viable strategy.
4
Enzo
While Dani is not one of Enzo’s closest allies as he is wanting to target her, Dani does not know this. Unless Cody spills the beans or it gets leaked somehow that Enzo would like to target her, I don’t think Dani is putting Enzo anywhere near the block.
5
Enzo
I can’t seem to think of one good reason to evict Enzo this week. Everyone seems to like him. He’s not part of an obvious duo that should be broken up. Not a prior winner or a blatant comp beast. I feel like if Enzo were on the block, whomever he’s sitting next to will always be the bigger target.
5
Christmas
While Christmas did not make any new friends from her actions this past week as HOH, she shouldn’t be on Dani’s radar as a nominee. However, Christmas has the Blocker Power and has the ability to ensure she or someone else is safe from being a replacement nominee if a Veto is played. This power allows for a lot of things to happen this week.
6
Memphis
I’m at a loss for what to say about Memphis. Right now he seems to be the counterpart to Dani’s mean girl game persona, so he may find himself safe again this week.
6
David
A solidified target for Dani, you might wonder why I am ranking David sixth. Well, the reason being is that he has the Disruptor Power, and I am confident he will use it on himself if/when he is nominated. This power allows him to take one person off the block after nominations and keep them safe for the rest of the week. I believe this will throw a huge wrench in Dani’s plans.
7
Christmas
Just do it (clap! clap! ugh). Unfortunately, just because viewers are rooting for a cancellation of Christmas, doesn’t mean the HGs are. Especially Dani, who seems pretty aligned with Christmas. I don’t think Christmas will use her Blocker Power this week, which requires (a) the POV would necessarily need to be used and (b) she’d need to feel she were in trouble. With Dani in power and in the Commission alliance with Christmas, I think Christmas will save this power for a future week (especially if double eviction week is coming). So maybe she’s *slightly* in trouble. But not much.
7
Memphis
Memphis is no one’s long term ally and while he is not in a bad place with Dani, with all the powers in play, I could see Memphis being a target who gets thrown on the block. I’ll keep my fingers crossed and hope this happens regardless if it loses me some points here in the power rankings.
8
Tyler
It was “cute” how they spun Tyler staying as a Christmas decision. Hmmm, production pressure? I’d bet Dani wants him out, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the voting HGs will make that happen. Cody, Christmas, Enzo, Memphis, and David are half the house. They just need one more to keep Tyler safe, and a promise of safety next week could very well sway a vote in Tyler’s favor.
8
Tyler
The player coming out of this past week with arguably the most controversy as he tried to self-evict, Tyler’s head might not be in complete game-mode yet. However, he better focus in, because it’s no secret that Dani has talked about getting Tyler out, and this week could be the week she puts that plan in action. Fortunately for Tyler, Christmas, his closest ally, has the Blocker Power and could theoretically save him from being a replacement nominee.
9
Da'Vonne
After last week’s drama, I feel like Da'Vonne will lay low, and I have a hard time grasping that women would be five of the first six evictions. But ultimately, I think everyone in the Commission, pus David and Enzo, will be safe this week. Which pushes Day down here to the #9 spot.
9
Ian
Ian does not have many close allies, and the few he does have are not keeping his best interest in mind. There’s a possibility that Ian gets chosen to be on the block this week because of the use of powers; however, I still believe he has the votes to stay if that’s the case
10
Kevin
No special power and seemingly no ride-or-die, Kevin is in some trouble. Well, he made jury.
10
Da'Vonne
Surviving this previous week’s eviction, Da’Vonne isn’t it the worst spot in the house, but definitely not the best. While I don’t think Dani has any intentions of trying to target Da’Vonne this week, the Basement Powers might force her hand. If both David and Tyler are saved through the use of powers and Kevin (who I believe will be on the block) wins Veto, Da’Vonne could easily be going home.
11
Ian
The so-called “All-Stars” relentlessly making fun of Ian’s rocking/soothing is beyond despicable. That, along with Ian’s other medical issue, obvious intelligence, and no power to save himself are all fodder for the mean kids to evict. And while he used to be close with Nicole, the fallout from last week’s Bayleigh/Dayvonne friendship could encourage Nicole to advocate for pushing Ian straight out the door.
11
Kevin
While Kevin has been assured that he will not be going home by Dani if he touches the block, I believe strongly he just might be when all the Basement Powers are played. Kevin could skate by this week if there were no twists involved, however, I don’t see that happening.

Written by

Martin Holmes

Martin is a freelance writer from England. He’s represented by Berlin Associates for comedy writing and writes about TV and entertainment, currently for TV Insider and Vulture, previously Digital Spy, ET Canada, and Yahoo. A finalist for the Shortlist Sitcom Search in 2012 for “Siblings,” Martin received his BA in English with Creative Writing from The University of Hull.


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