Why did Megan send herself home during the first week of ‘Big Brother?’ The contestant just spoke out about how she ended up in the hospital following being attacked in the house.
Who’s ready for more friendship? Paul Abrahamian was the surprise houseguest on the season 19 premiere, but who is he? In case you need a refresher, here’s everything to know about the fan favorite.
You always have to expect the unexpected on ‘Big Brother,’ but this season is upping the ante — because the cast will be temped every week.
As ‘Survivor’ and ‘Big Brother’ fans, we know there are houseguests and castaways that you loved and miss seeing on your TVs. Luckily, some of them are coming back to compete again.
What happens when you have a rodeo clown and a microbiologist are thrown into a house together with 14 other strangers? ‘Big Brother’ season 19!
Want to know who wins ‘Big Brother: Over The Top?’ The finale is airing tonight at 8 p.m. ET, and you can watch it for free! Get all the details now so you don’t miss a minute of the drama! May the best Houseguest win!
Need more ‘Big Brother’ in your life? If you’ve missed ‘Big Brother: Over The Top,’ CBS is now offering free streaming of the premiere episode! It’s time to get caught up on ‘Big Brother: Over The Top!’ Click to WATCH!
The ‘Big Brother: Over The Top’ cast members were the 6 people in the country who didn’t know that Donald Trump won the presidential election. Watch the cast’s shocked reaction when Julie Chen tells them what went down on Election Day.
Expect the unexpected right? That was definitely the motto on of ‘Big Brother’ on Sept. 21, when Paul, Nicole, and James battled it out on the finale. So, after the half a million dollars was rewarded, we chatted with the winner about what went down in those final moments, the in-house partners, and what’s coming next.
No more show/bromances in this game! The final three battled it out on the finale of ‘Big Brother’ on Sept. 21, and then it all came down to the jury house voting! So, who won? Spoilers ahead!
It’s that time of year again — the end of ‘Big Brother.’ It all comes down to tonight’s 90-minute finale, but how well do you know the final three? And who are you rooting for? Here’s everythign you need to know about Nicole, Paul and James.
Cody Calafiore knows a thing or two about making it to the end of ‘Big Brother’ — he did it on Season 16. So, what tips did he have for his brother, Paulie, before he entered the BB18 house? HollywoodLife.com chatted with Cody right before the premiere.
In case you missed Big Brother 16, Cody Calafiore landed a spot in the final two, bringing along BFF Derek. And no, even though he lost to Derek, he doesn’t regret brining his bestie for one second. One of the twists in BB18, which continues its two-part premiere tonight, was the siblings of Cody and Season 17’s Vanessa also entered the house. So, what did Cody learn in the house that he passed along to his bro, Paulie? And what was his one “no-no?” Well, he has a pretty strong view on showmances.
‘Big Brother’ season 18 is finally here! The houseguests officially moved in and on June 22, we found out who the rumored returning alum were.
Let us just start out by saying this season of Big Brother is definitely going to be a good one. Before the show even began, the cast was previewing alliances and showmances plus with Vanessa‘s sister you never know what kind of drama will come about. And while we knew there were four “surprise guests” coming, we had to know who they’d be.
Starting tonight, we’ll see every move the houseguests make — but one of them has a past that’s coming back to haunt them. A Twitter user just found past tweets by Corey Brooks, the baseball coach from Dallas, Texas, that show him making anti-gay slurs.
Apparently one of the qualifications for being in the Big Brother house is having some sort of controversy. It happened to Caleb Reynolds years ago when his racist comments on social media surfaced before the premiere, and now it’s happening to newcomer, Corey Brooks.
With ‘Big Brother’ heading into it’s 18th season, Jeff Schroeder sat down to interview the cast — and to reveal quite a bit about the 12 new houseguests.
Season 18 of Big Brother will include all these contestants — plus a few more that are still unannounced — living in a house together for a whopping 99 days. Luckily, thanks to CBS All Access, alum Jeff Schroeder got a little taste of each of their personalities, including Cody‘s bro and Vanessa‘s sis. So here’s some takeaways.
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