I’m full on GLEEFUL about this Todrick post-show breakdown… does that make me awful? Cancelling all press appearances and locking himself in his dressing room after the finale?! Tell me that’s not iconic.
Because for me… the answer is yes. Actually, I’ll be there with my picket signs if anyone but Cynthia, Carson or Lamar win. (It’s not looking good for any of them, I know, but let me be delusional for a bit.)
For some reason I follow the casting Director for big brother on Instagram, and I saw that she posted that they were casting for the next season soon. Has anyone ever applied it’s so tempting!
Finally catching up on this season and absolutely stunned by the way this cast (sans Joseph) treats Taylor. I have never seen a cast member do less to deserve Daniel and Nicole’s outburst, and the fact that everyone still thinks Paloma was a reliable narrator?
Honestly, I hope Taylor wins it all. She’s shown incredible strength and just seems so fun to hang out with. Not sure what this cast is thinking.
This season has been absolutely incredible for so many reasons — Kyle's eviction, the house meeting, the split house, the blindsides, The Leftovers, Daniel's epic crash and burn — but something that makes it even better is it's the first season in recent history that hasn't had some sort of production intervention to keep a producer fave. It's been a long time (BB10?) since the playing field has felt completely equal, with no random twist to save someone from a likely eviction, and the show is better for it. I hope this marks a shift of the show in the right direction!
Nothing frustrates me more on CBB that the number of contestants that voluntarily leave the game — I feel like every season, in the first few weeks, the cast whittles down so quickly because some celebrities don't realize what they signed up for.
Either the show has to do a better job outlining expectations, or they have to find more celebrity BB super-fans who will actually be willing to play the game until the end.