Last week, Big Brother host Julie Chen-Moonves dressed up as several former Big Brother houseguests for Halloween. Naturally fans had a few theories on what Julie’s costumes could mean.
With Halloween being last week, Big Brother host Julie Chen-Moonves naturally needed a costume. Julie’s costume was sure to get Big Brother fans talking.
On Monday, Julie dressed up as Zach Rance, complete with a box of fruit loops. On Tuesday, she dressed up as Liz Nolan. On Wednesday, Julie dressed up as Nicole Franzel. Thursday saw Julie dress up as Will Kirby. Lastly on Friday, she dressed up as Paul Abrahamian.
Big Brother: All-Stars 2 coming?
Naturally, Julie dressing up as former houseguests had fans going into overdrive thinking she was an All-Stars season was on the horizon. They further speculated that those she dressed up as were going to be cast on the theoretical All-Stars. With several sub-par to mediocre seasons of late, fans have been clamoring for a possible second iteration of All-Stars for years.
The first Big Brother: All-Stars season happened in 2007. In that season 14 former players (selected by both public and producer votes) came back to the Big Brother house for a second shot at the $500,000 prize. The cast included such greats as Dr. Will Kirby, Janelle Pierzina, and Danielle Reyes. In the end, it was Dr. Will’s Chilltown ally, Mike “Boogie” Malin who took home the $500,000 prize. Mike defeated Erika Landin in a 6-1 vote. Erika’s lone vote came from Marcellas Reynolds.
The show also introduced America’s Favorite Juror that season. A special $25,000 prize was awarded to the juror fans liked the most. Janelle took home this prize. In later seasons, this prize would evolve into what is now America’s Favorite Player and became available to anyone in the cast.
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