‘Big Brother’: Julie Chen Moonves on How Long She Wants To Continue Hosting the Show

Former news anchor Julie Chen Moonves has hosted the CBS reality contest series Big brother since its inception in 2000, in addition to the infamous spinoff and exclusive online, Over a roof. In December 2020, the long-time guest appeared BB21 podcast the fan Nicole Anthony and she revealed as long as she sees herself hosting the series.

Julie Chen Moonves at the Big Brother Live Eviction # 12 show
Julie Chen Moonves at the Big Brother Live Eviction # 12 | show Monty Brinton

Julie Chen Moonves has hosted ‘Big Brother’ since 2000

Originally from Queens, New York City, 50-year-old Julie Chen began her career as an employee at CBS Morning News along with Bravo executive producer Andy Cohen.

She became an anchor at the show in 1999 and began hosting Big brother when the competition series appeared the following year. Many fans criticized her hospitality performance for her script delivery and stock, perhaps because of her time as an anchor, earning the nickname “Chenbot. ”

Moonves picked up Bob Barker, who hosted The price is right for 55 seasons, and she said she wanted to host Big brother for about the same time without breaking his record.

So if Moonves gets its way, fans are in store for at least another 20 seasons. Big Brother 23 returns in the summer of 2021.

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