After 13 episodes, in just 2 1/2 weeks, a winner was finally crowned on last night’s episode of Big Brother: Celebrity Edition!
We headed into the tense, two hour live season finale with just five remaining houseguests competing for the title of winner, and the $250k prize: former “Apprentice” star, and White House outcast Omarosa; former Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez; Broadway actress Marissa Winokur; pop star Mark McGrath; and television personality Ross Matthews. Read more
Last nights’ episode of Big Brother: Celebrity Edition was chock full of life lessons.
Lesson one: hoes before bros…always. If you ever find yourself in a fight for survival, no one will have your back like your girl squad.
Lesson two: should you ever become the leader of the free world, and decide to hire a former reality show villain to join your staff, and then fire them, you should ABSOLUTELY make them agree not to appear on reality television for at least a decade. Also, give them a hefty severance package. Otherwise, they’ll write a book!
The new season of Big Brother kicked off last night with a twist! For the first time in the series’ 21 season run, the housemates are celebrities.
Granted, they may be playing a little fast and loose with the word “celebrity”, but this group of C and D list favorites and blasts from the past make for an eclectic mix that are sure to bring plenty of fun and drama to the reality show-meets- game show hybrid we’ve come to know and love. Read more
With the first season of Celebrity Big Brother (U.S. edition) premiering tonight, you might be wondering just how much the celebrity cast is getting paid!
Well, fret not as we can now reveal to you the actual Celebrity Big Brother salary. As previously reported, the cast includes Omarosa Manigault, Brandi Glanville, Mark McGrath, Keisha Knight Pulliam, Shannon Elizabeth, Ariadna Gutierrez, and more celebs. Read more
Brandi Glanville and Omarosa Manigault in the same house?! This should be fun.
CBS unveiled the cast of the first ever U.S. Big Brother: Celebrity Edition on Sunday night, just a week ahead of its winter season premiere on Wednesday, February 7. There is also a UK version of the show which is quite popular.
Joining Omarosa and Brandi in the Big Brother house are other celebrities
who were famous when I was in high school such as singer Mark McGrath, and actresses Keisha Knight Pulliam and Shannon Elizabeth. Read more