After the seventh person entered the Big Brother 22 jury Julie Chen Moonves shared her favorite moments of the season. According to the guest, the “deep conversations” between the guests were the most enjoyable.
‘Big Brother 22’ included all the returning players
For the first time since 2006, Big Brother 22 featuring returning players who wanted to come back and prove themselves. Keesha Smith (BB10), Nicole Anthony (BB21), Janelle Pierzina (BB6,7,14), Kaysar Ridha (BB6,7), Bayleigh Dayton (BB20), Ian Terry (BB14 winner), Da’Vonne Rogers (BB17,18), Kevin Campbell (BB11), David Alexander (BB21), Dani Briones (BB8.13), Tyler Crispen (BB20), Memphis Garrett (BB10), Abbott Christmas (BB20), Enzo Palumbo (BB12), Nicole Franzel (BB18 champ), and Cody Calafiore (BB16) they all returned for another look and faced a few turns just off the stick.
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For example, they competed for the Head of the House immediately after entering the house and were entered into the three-week Safety Suite competitions. They also left in Basement BB for three special powers and experienced the first triple clearance in U.S. franchise history.
Householders talked about racial issues in Big Brother’s house
BB22 occurred among protests for racial justice occurring around the world. Thus, a number of domestic protesters, namely Da’Vonne, Bayleigh, and Kaysar, often spoke of the state of civil unrest and their experiences.
For example, Da’Vonne talked about police brutality and race-related issues that she dealt with and fought while growing up. Plus, she and Bayleigh both wanted to make it as long as the Black competitor didn’t win a season of regular U.S. franchise.
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So, they set up two final contracts, Black Girl Magic, in the first week. When the women finished on the block together in Week 5, Tyler Crispen acknowledged that they were there for a “bigger reason” and offered to leave instead of one.
However, then-HOH and his last two companions, Christmas Abbott, refused to back down. While Tyler maintains that he was “true” in his motives, many fans have accused him of using the reason to stare at the audience. .
Julie Chen Moonves on why she enjoyed the ‘deep conversations’ most
Da’Vonne finished on the block twice and took the opportunity to talk about BLM during her eviction speeches. In her first, she demanded justice for Breonna Taylor and the unnecessary murder of others by the police.
Weeks later, she called out several other “strong Black women” who have played Big Brother and talked about the importance of production in reality show shows.
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Shortly before episode 33, guest Julie Chen Moonves shared her favorite moments that have happened so far in the house. She noted that her Black Lives Matter movement was much enjoyed by her “in-depth conversations” as it gives hope to those who watch.
The guest also explained that she believes that the conversations will make viewers try to see things from other people’s perspectives. Big Brother 22: All-Stars air Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 8 / 7c on CBS.
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