Hollywood Hills reports: Ok, so I recently spoke to Matt Boyer,who runs our sister site Big Brother Network,and it turns out that he’s going to be interviewing the Big Brother houseguests again for the upcoming season 15 before they enter the house.
He’s going to be flying out to Los Angeles,CA this week. So, our guess is that we’re going to get some sort of reveal as to who the new house guests are, before this week is up,especially when you consider that they all have to enter the house a full week before the premiere episode that’s scheduled for June 26th. So, basically, you guys need to be on the lookout for the big reveal this week.
When Matt gets back, he’ll post all the interviews on the Big Brother Network site. We’ll also posting some of them. Whichever ones are really interesting,anyways. Also, as previously reported,CBS has taken over the Big Brother 24 live feeds this year from Real Networks,and is offering a huge 20 percent discount on them up until the premiere date.
Gossip Center reports: It’s almost that time again for Big Brother to serve up another fantastic season of houseguests drama. And as previously reported, CBS took over the traditional Live Feeds from Real Networks to serve them up themselves.
It turns out that they’re offering a great 20 percent off discount,and the feeds,in general, are going to be much cheaper, but still have the same,great features,along with some new stuff. They will be available on Multi-Device and Multi-Platforms again this year,so you guys will be able to access the feeds from anywhere.
The multiple chatrooms will be back with all the same,great features. They’re offering the Big Brother Archives feature,which is the same as the Flashback feature,so you can watch important moments you may have missed when they occurred in real time.
Big Brother 15 as a second promo commercial clip recently released
Hollywood Hills reports: Recently,CBS dropped this new,2nd,promo/commercial clip (below) for their upcoming Big Brother season 15,and it basically just features outtakes from last years’ cast.
So,no new castmembers revealed just yet in these promo clips. However, they did reveal some very interesting audio intel. It turns out that the new season will indeed be longer with more houseguests than ever before.
As previously reported, Big Brother is starting earlier this year on June 26th. They are also bringing fresh,new faces and leaving the past faces back home where they freaking belong. Thank God.
Hollywood Hills reports: Ok,so as we edge closer and closer to the new Big Brother 15 season, CBS is continuing to make changes. First they ditched Real Networks for the Live Feeds to host them on their own site.
Now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, CBS has also ditched Showtime when it comes to airing their “Big Brother: After Dark” show. It turns out that they want to air it on some network called, “TVGN,” which stands for TV Guide Network.
TVGN’s president of entertainment and media, Brad Schwartz, is very happy about the new switch,stating, “Big Brother is one of television’s longest-running reality series with a loyal audience, and we are excited to bring Big Brother: After Dark to TVGN where fans can watch all summer long.
Ian Terry who is the winner of Big Brother, was a young kid, also he pronounced himself as a nerd when he entered the house, but now 75 days later, he is left feeling, more mature aand 500,000 richer.
People reports: Terry, 21, beat out returning player – and former winner – Dan Gheesling to become the 14th winner of the CBS reality show Wednesday, with six of the seven jury members voting for him to take home the grand prize.
The morning after his victory, the Tulane University engineering student spoke to PEOPLE about his personal growth while in the house, what he plans to do with the money, and why he chose to stay loyal to Dan despite his history of betrayals.
Did you think you would beat Dan in a landslide?
No. I thought it would come down to Frank and Ashley. I didn’t know if she would vote for me after I nominated her during the double eviction, so it was kind of a shock to her and I wasn’t sure how she felt about it when it happened. I didn’t think I was going to get Jenn’s vote at all. That was definitely a huge shock to me, but it worked out.
Reality Weekly reports: The 90-minute finale kicked off right where Sunday’s lame recap episode left off with Dan, Danielle and Ian squaring off in the first round of the three-part Head of Household competition.
But something we didn’t see involved Dan’s strategy prior to the start of part one of the battle in which he asked Ian to throw it in his favor. After Ian agreed (!), Dan went to Danielle and told her that Ian would be throwing the competition in hopes she would start to trust him once again. Just as Dan requested and promised Danielle it would happen, Ian purposely fell out of the battle after just 17 minutes.
When Dan asked Ian to go away so he could have some private time with Danielle, his next plan was put into motion. Dan suggested to Danielle that she voluntarily jump off next because he knew he would lose the second portion of the HoH to Ian since it would likely be a puzzle.
He told Danielle that would give them better chances at making it to the end of the game together. Despite some doubt, Danielle followed his advice once again and quit the challenge. She felt it was an effort to prove she trusts him.
Full Recap Here! Photos Credit: CBS.
Rachel Reilly and Brendon Villegas who made the team Brenchel, have reportedly got married at the AT&T Center in Los Angeles on September 8th.
Celebrity Chatta: According to People.com, she arrived to the ceremony via a helicopter wearing a Missoni gown.
Big Brother stars Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd were among the 130 guests in attendance.
The ceremony was officiated by Big Brother star Matt Hoffman.
The couple’s wedding will be featured on WE tv’s My Fair Wedding: Unveiled airing December 15 at 9/8c.
Remember when Brenchel were married in a trash bag ceremony on BB All Stars? Good times: