Following a period of great success in movies such as American Pie, Tara Reid has attempted to hang on to the fame through the help of reality shows like Celebrity Big Brother. But showing up on a UK reality show apparently isn’t doing much good, for Tara suddenly found herself ineligible for the standard celeb discount at an upscale store. And she lost her cool!
Speidi is at it again! The famous-for-being-famous duo was kicked off Big Brother UK, coming in in second place behind Ryan Clark. Montag & Pratt opened up about their experience, admitting they feared for their lives during the competition! What did they say? Keep reading to find out!
If a summer of Big Brother didn’t seem long enough already (especially with a crummy season), it’s about to get longer. Typically, Big Brother invades your TV in early July (last season started July 12), but CBS has announced that Big Brother 15 will premiere two weeks earlier than previous years on Wednesday, June 26 at 9 p.m. That will give us an extended season of a show that already sucks up three nights a week as it will air through early-to-mid September. But that’s not all. The show is also undergoing a scheduling change, which you can read more about inside this article!
What a strange ride Big Brother 14 has been. It started out as the absolute worst season in the show’s history. The lame coach twist that quickly turned entirely unfair when the protected four veterans suddenly entered the game as full-fledged players to the casting of Willie Hantz, it seemed like this season would be a total failure. But the game took a wild turn when season 10 winner Dan Gheesling held his own funeral, rose from the grave and brilliantly spared himself from certain eviction. From that moment on, the season took a fantastic spin into a world of outstanding strategies with Dan in the driver’s seat. But was he able to steer his way to the $500,000 grand prize once again? One thing is for sure, it was a brutal finale with an excellent payoff!
annoyed the crap out of us won CBS‘ Big Brother, and then she and Brendon Villegas went on to finish in third place last season on The Amazing Race. Now, Rachel and Brendon have some more exciting news to share – they are officially married, and we’ll get to watch the wedding!
Whine. Cry. Bitch. Moan. Whine some more. That was how Danielle acted for the first 10 minutes of tonight’s episode of Big Brother 14 as we were taken back to the moment after Dan flipped and evicted Shane from the game. Having put her complete trust in Dan, she was stunned that he flipped alliances and bounced her boyfriend out of the game. Wake up, Danielle! He’s lied to your face — and everybody else’s — so many times this summer, which proves nothing he says can be trusted. Danielle actually acknowledged how bad of a player she is for trusting him this much. “Fool me once, shame on you,” she said in the Diary Room. “Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me three times, I’m a dumb ass!” Proof that she doesn’t deserve to win this game! Despite her stupidity, she was out for revenge against him. Too bad her revenge plan wasn’t seen tonight because almost everything on tonight’s episode was a recap of what happened earlier this summer.
Tonight’s episode of Big Brother 14 was disappointing to watch as superfan Ian Terry found himself evicted from the house with less than a week left in the game. Not only would it have been fun to watch such a fan of the show win the $500, 000 prize, but it would have been exciting to watch him battle it out in the end against Dan Gheesling. Despite the disappointment that Ian was evicted, his ouster came as no surprise after Danielle won Head of Household and everybody had made it clear in recent episodes that they wanted him out. How did Ian’s journey come to an end? You’ll be surprised to find out!
So far, all of the Big Brother 14 live eviction episodes have been held on Thursday nights — except for tonight. At the start of the hour, the final five contestants were gathered in the living room where Julie Chen told them they would be voting somebody out by the end of the night. But before we get to that point, there was a Power of Veto competition, which resulted in a surprise appearance by the USA women’s championship gymnastics team. None of that was nearly as entertaining as Julie’s verbal blip when she mispronounced a simple word, ongoing proof that she is only great with total guidance from producers. Wow. Just wow.
We’re accustomed to seeing Sharon Osbourne covered in makeup on America’s Got Talent, (same goes for Big Brother’s Julie Chen) so when The Talk announced that its hosts would be going bare-faced for its season 3 premiere, we were curious to see what would happen. Turns out, Sharon and Julie looks pretty darn good with fresh faces!