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Big Brother 15 house guest
During last the last season of Big Brother, there were a lot of controversial moments that resulted in a number of the house guests being fired from their places of employment due to their words and actions inside the house. A few of the house guests displayed racial, homophobic and misogynistic views inside the house which obviously upset the viewing public and forced the network to display a disclaimer preceding each of the 3 weekly episodes.
The première episode of Big Brother 16 is fast approaching and we're excited to share with you another promotional commercial that aired on Global, the Canadian Television network during the Survivor finale. We expect a lot more commercials to be released in the coming days over the next month before the première on June 25th. The first commercial aired earlier in the week and if you missed it you can watch it here: “You know its summer when Big Brother is ON!”
Get ready Big Brother fans! After recently wrapping up Big Brother 15 we are now getting ramped up for Big Brother Canada season 2 set to premiere in February 2014. The casting auditions have been taking place across Canada since the beginning of September and will wrap up with the final casting call in Toronto Ontario on October 19th. If you're planning on submitting a video application you have just under a month to do it as the deadline is Friday, October 25, 2013. Do you think you have what it takes to last 75 days in the big brother Canada house? Are you able to lie, back-stab and manipulate your way to the $100,000 grand prize?
During the Big Brother Canada season 2 auditions Andrew Monaghan’s brother Pete tried out to see if he had what it takes to be cast as one of the new house guests.
After just over a week since the finale the cast of Big Brother 15 have just begun to digest how the fans viewed their experience inside the BB house over the last 3 months. While some are in denial about their words and actions others have taken ownership of their mistakes and are trying to grow from the experience. Below are a number of new interviews and articles about the cast since they've left the Big Brother world.
During the BB15 wrap party a number of the Big Brother Canada season 1 cast joined the party and got mixed up in some of the drama.
The finale episode of Big Brother 15 concluded last night but the reality of real life outside the house is just now hitting the cast of the most controversial season of Big Brother. After being locked away from the outside world for 3 months the final 3 and jury members are now trying to make sense of how the viewing public perceived their comments and actions inside the house. It is likely going to take time for the cast to grasp the full extent of their action and comments from this social experiment. It is hard to imagine being locked in a house with extreme personalities all competing, lying and backstabbing for the chance to win a half million dollars. With time to reflect and finally see with their own eyes what transpired throughout the season, it will be interesting to see how the cast reacts and which of the house guests own up to their actions. Below is a collection of interviews of the cast that will be added to as more are released.
Poopy Vs. The Rat
A real roller coaster game for Aaryn (Aka Poopy) she went from riches to rags to riches then finally landing in the rags again. For Amanda's Game Aaryn had a very good reason to keep her but ultimately it came down to who does Amanda and McCrae think they can trust more, Andy or Aaryn. They will choose Andy. Either way I think Amanda and McCrae need to win the HOH or they will go up. The rat (AKA Andy) says he's targeting Amanda/McCRae. Maybe he thinks if he takes one of them out it will be the big game move he needs to win the 500K or maybe he'll continue playing his safe game by hiding in the shadows jumping in on conversations.
Amanda/McCrae have lost a lot of influence in the game this week they need comp wins to get it back. JUDD and Elissa would most likely be their targets.