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Big Brother (US) - Season 20

On Sept. 15, 2010, Hayden Moss beat Lane Elenburg on Day 75 with a 4-3 jury vote. This season introduced the saboteur twist, in which one houseguest played solely to cause havoc in the house rather than win the $500,000 prize.

Big Brother (US) - Season 20

On Sept. 14, 2011, Rachel Reilly beat Porsche Briggs on Day 75 with a 4-3 jury vote. This season featured the Dynamic Duos twist, in which three former duos who had previously played the game entered to compete against eight new houseguests.

On Sept. 23, 2015, Steve Moses beat Liz Nolan on Day 98 with a 6-3 jury vote. This season began with a Takeover twist and featured the return of Battle of the Block competitions, but perhaps the most memorable thing was the twin twist that saw a pair of sisters, Liz and Julia Nolan, swapping in and out of the house for the first half of the game.

On Sept. 20, 2017, Josh Martinez beat Paul Abrahamian on Day 92 with a 5-4 jury vote. This season featured a temptation twist, with Paul, who was runner-up the year before, being the only veteran player in a house full of newbies.

On September 26, 2018, Kaycee Clark beat Tyler Crispen on Day 99 with a 5-4 jury vote. This season featured a social media/technology twist and a brand new Hacker Comp that allowed the winner to take control of the game.

On September 29, 2021, Xavier Prather beat Derek Frazier with a 9-0 jury vote, becoming the first-ever Black winner in the process. All season long, the historic six-member Cookout alliance dominated the game, and these two guys had an additional Final 2 deal from Day 1. X honored that deal when he won the last Head of Household comp and took Big D with him to the end instead of Azah Awasum.

At the beginning of this season of The Circle there were three contestants playing as catfish (not playing as their true selves) as we had Brian Clark playing as Brittney, Billie-Jean Blackett playing as Bruno and Tasia Lesley playing as Tamira.

The first part of The Circle Season 5 premiered on Netflix on December 28, with more batches scheduled to be released every Wednesday until the finale on January 18. The first four seasons are available to stream in full now.

During season 16, Hayden Voss and Nicole Franzel began a showmance that briefly extended into the real world. Shortly after they left the house in 2014, they went their separate ways. When she returned two years later for season 18, she once again entered into a romantic relationship with Corey Brooks. The pair lasted a long time in the house, with him coming in third place and her winning it all.

While cameras were rolling during summer 2022, Taylor and Monte shared a steamy moment when they cuddled in his room. The couple, who kept their romance a secret from their fellow contestants, later faced some issues which led to a big fight. After the season finale, the pair didn't continue to pursue a relationship.

After the season wrapped, the pair exclusively revealed to Us Weekly that they were dating. I think that we both really felt the chemistry once we got to jury house and could really connect with each other," she said in October 2021. "We would stay up late talking every single night and we just really developed a bond."

Status: DoneDespite the fact that he talked about his ex a ton on the live feeds, Amanda and McRae were inseparable during their season. They briefly dated afterward, but did not last. In 2014, their break up got messy on social media, with Amanda slamming fans for getting involved in their relationship.

The couple celebrated their engagement with the season's final seven, as well as a few special guests including "BB" alums Josh Martinez, Derrick Levasseur, Britney Haynes, Paul Abrahamian, and Daniele Donato.

Memphis Garrett and Christmas Abbott competed against each other on season 22, "Big Brother: All-Stars." The pair were part of an alliance in the house and had previously competed on separate seasons.

Unlike the other two showmances in their season, Crispen and Rummans weren't blatantly a couple until the end of the season when their feelings for each other quickly intensified, and they shared their first "I love you" on camera.

Status Today: During the season finale, Faysal confirmed their relationship is "the real deal." Haleigh added, "It is indeed." In July 2020, however, Haleigh announced the couple had split. "This was not an easy decision, and we have truly tried every possible thing we could to continue in this relationship," she shared on Twitter. "With both of our lives moving in different directions, the distance, the different backgrounds and the constant pressures online, it was better for both of our mental healths to call it quits."

Status Today: This pair started dated when they were both in New York City celebrating the premiere of Big Brother season 19. They've been together ever since and continue documenting their love story on social media. In a surprise announcement, the pair returned to the Big Brother house this season where Victor got down on one knee and proposed. She said yes! In 2019, the couple also competed on The Amazing Race where they made the finals. In March 2021, the couple got married and announced the arrival of their first child in July 2021.

Status Today: While they had a solid showmance throughout the season, this pair split soon after the finale. In fact, Nicole went on to find love with another contestant just in time for the new season. We see you Victor Arroyo.

Status Today: After dating for about a year and a half after the season ended, the couple suddenly split. Nicole would later reveal that one trouble spot in their relationship was the fact that Hayden didn't want to get married and have children.

Aside from being white, straight and extremely good looking, most Big Brother contestants are relatively young. Almost 90 percent of cast members were in their 20s and 30s when they were on the show, with most falling between 22 and 28. The only time there were more 40+ year-olds than 20-and-30-somethings was during both seasons of Celebrity Big Brother. Other than the second season of Celebrity Big Brother, when there were no 20-somethings in the cast at all, 20-somethings have dominated Big Brother casts.

For the past two seasons of Big Brother, at least one vet has returned each summer to shake up the game. And since this year is the milestone 20th season, the latest crop of houseguests is fully prepared to be thrown into the BB house with one (or more!) veteran players. Given that there are 16 announced houseguests, some of this summer's players even speculate to TV Guide that there may be as many as four vets joining the competition this season (Season 20, 20 houseguests. Get it?).

The all new cast of Big Brother Canada season 11 were released yesterday just ahead of the season premiere next week on Wednesday, March 8th. Take a look at the cast and start forming your first impressions / picking your choice for winning / first to go / most likely to cause the most drama / etc.

CBS' "Big Brother" has become a staple of summertime programming. Adapted from the popular international franchise of the same name, the series puts a group of people together inside a house with no contact from the outside world. Every week, the houseguests have to compete for power and safety, adapt to each season's specific game-changing twists, and evict each other one by one until one houseguest remains to claim the $500,00 prize. Viewers can follow their favorite houseguests either on weekly broadcasts or on the show's 24/7 live feeds.

The series has aired 22 seasons since its debut in 2000 and produced two spin-off shows: the online-only "Big Brother: Over the Top" and the star-studded "Celebrity Big Brother." Over the course of the franchise's run, many memorable houseguests have entered the house and made a huge impact on the show. Each season of "Big Brother" brings something new to the table, though some are definitely better than others.

With Season 23 on the way, here are all of the "Big Brother" seasons ranked from worst to best. Rankings are based mostly on the quality of the cast, and whether or not they brought a good balance of gameplay and entertainment value to the season, as well as if each season's twists.

The first season of any reality show is going to be rough. The inaugural run of "Big Brother" was no exception. It was a far cry from the strategic game that the series is known as today. This season featured 10 houseguests living in a house together and performing weekly tasks to earn more money and privileges. Each week, all the houseguests nominated two people for banishment, with the two getting the most votes up for elimination. Viewers then voted on which houseguest they wanted to see evicted, and eventually voted on who they wanted to win.

This format is the one most commonly associated with the original international version, but it didn't translate well when it came to the United States. Critics and fans got tired of this season very quickly, especially its forgettable cast. In fact, the only houseguest from this season who appeared a second time was "Chicken" George Boswell, who was brought back to compete on the first All-Stars season. The franchise was able to redeem itself in future seasons by changing up the format and adding weekly competitions and prizes to spice things up.

CBS deserves some credit for managing to pull off a season of "Big Brother" during the COVID-19 pandemic. After suffering delays until late summer, "All-Stars 2" brought back 16 players across multiple generations of the show to compete once again. While many members of the cast were questionable, including the addition of a houseguest from last season who was the first one eliminated, the cast featured plenty of fan favorites like Ian Terry, Janelle Pierzina, Da'Vonne Rogers, and Kaysar Ridha.

Unfortunately, things went south very quickly. The season's main power alliance, The Committee, won every competition, dictated every nomination ceremony, and controlled every eviction vote. This led to boring and predictable gameplay, with no real surprises and a very obvious winner. Even the season's twists, such as extra safety competitions and the first-ever triple eviction, didn't add any excitement to the narrative. 041b061a72

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