Who should join the Celebrity Big Brother Season 2 cast? Host Julie Chen and former houseguest Mark McGrath discussed the possibilities recently.
If host Julie Chen has her way, a Celebrity Big Brother Season 2 will take place next winter. Following a recent episode of The Talk, Chen spoke with Mark McGrath about who might be a good celebrity to join the cast. McGrath just finished participating in the first season of Celebrity Big Brother at the end of February.
The CBS ratings were pretty good for the reality competition show this past winter. Keeping that in mind, it would seem to be a good moneymaker for the network, especially since it can win its time slot. Below is a video of Julie Chen and Mark McGrath discussing some interesting names.
Celebrity Big Brother Season 2 cast ideas
The Twitter pages for Big Brother and The Talk shared this intriguing video.
Which celebrities should appear on the next season of “Celebrity Big Brother?” @JulieChen and @mark_mcgrath create their wish-list of celebrities (with a little help from @MrsSOsbourne!) pic.twitter.com/L9UnEtqQCz
— The Talk (@TheTalkCBS) March 26, 2018
Discussing the possibilities of a Celebrity Big Brother Season 2 cast, Julie Chen and Mark McGrath brought up a number of names. McGrath suggested Gary Busey, Flavor Flav, Michelle Kwan, and a bunch of musicians. It’s no surprise that a musician would like to see more of them appear on the show.
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Julie Chen suggested a few names of her own. She brought up Tommy Lee, Tonya Harding, and even Sharon Osbourne, who was standing just off camera. Having either Sharon or Ozzie could certainly help bump the ratings of the reality competition show.
No confirmation of Season 2 just yet
Marissa Jaret Winokur just won the first season, bringing an unexpected end to the show. Could that indicate that another Broadway performer might also find success on the show? She certainly brought a lot of new viewers to the program, as did television host Ross Mathews, who finished in second place.
— Big Brother (@CBSBigBrother) March 23, 2018
CBS has not yet revealed whether a second season of the show will even take place, but a lot of positive rumors have been floating around. Host Julie Chen has also noted in various interviews that she feels it’s a good idea. Before that happens, though, CBS will roll out Big Brother 20 during summer 2018. Stay tuned fans, because the countdown has already begun.