Thursday, July 31, 2008

Who will be evicted on tonight's "Big Brother 10"? Angie or Jessie?

Tonight on "Big Brother 10" a third houseguest will be evicted live at 8pm est. If you've been watching the feeds, then you probably already know that Keesha has been pushing hard for it to be Angie. No one in her alliance seems to be willing to go against her wishes, so it will most likely be Angie leaving.

Two things that aren't as obvious are who is going to win HoH & who America picked as the new America's Player. My guess on the latter is that it will be either Renny or Dan. As for the new HoH the alliance of Michelle, Memphis and Jessie needs to win or their days are numbered.

You also may have heard that an earthquake hit the BB House. We will no doubt see that on tonight's episode, but CBS has released this preview. Take a look...

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

America's Player is back on "Big Brother"

America's Player is returning to "Big Brother" for one week. This time we voted on who it should be and the Houseguest with the most votes will be given the offer to become America's Player for one week and possibly win $20,000. If they accept, they will do our bidding all week long, from who to target for nominations to who to vote out of the house. But the person with the most votes can decide whether or not to accept the task. Obviously, if Angie or Jessie gets the most votes and one of them is voted out the person with next most votes will be given the offer. We'll see how this affects the game when the new America's Player is revealed on Thursday's live eviction show!

"Bachelorette" Star Graham dating soap actress Chrishell Stause

"Bachelorette" star Graham Bunn, 29 is dating "All My Children" actress Chrishell Stause, 26 People reports. They appeared together at the premiere of "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2" in New York. “I’m very grateful and very flattered to be with this beautiful lady” he tells the magazine. “I’m the luckiest guy in the world. She’s just amazing. I was immediately drawn and attracted to her".

The two met before Graham appeared on "The Bachelorette" from a mutual friend on "All My Children". They say they reconnected after the show. “We had dated off and on before that, but the timing wasn’t right. We stopped seeing each other in December” says Graham. “I think I won, actually. My life is a lot better. DeAnna decided to go in a different direction in her life. And hopefully that worked out for her . . . but it really worked out for me.”

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Monday, July 28, 2008

"Big Brother 10" Spoilers: Keesha Wins Veto & Nominates Jessie and Angie

The power in the "Big Brother" house lies in the hands of one person this week...Hooters waitress Keesha. On Wednesday's live show she beat Libra and won HoH, becoming the first woman to do so. The next day she nominated Jessie and Angie, targeting the alliance of four: Michelle, Memphis, Jessie and Angie. Then, on Friday Keesha won the power of veto. Earlier today, during the veto ceremony she decided to keep her nominees the same.

The lines seem to have been drawn with the four I mentioned above competing against the rest of the house. Keesha seems to want Angie gone and is persuading her group to vote her out. But a lot can happen in four days, because now the live evictions will be on Thursdays.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

"Bachelor" Matt and Shayne break up

The newest "Bachelor" couple is no more. People reports that Matt Grant, 27 and Shayne Lamas,22 have split up. In a statement to the magazine they said "We tried hard to make it work but we realized that we were both heading in different directions. We truly care about each other and will remain close friends." The couple had appeared together on "The Bachelorette" just a couple weeks ago. This leaves Trista & Ryan and DeAnna & Jesse as the only surviving couples on all 16 seasons of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette".
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Friday, July 25, 2008

"Big Brother 10" Eviction Shows move back to Thursdays

"Big Brother 10" is changing it's schedule effective next week. The show will move back to it's original Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday lineup that it had up to last years winter edition. It is switching time slots with "Greatest American Dog", so that show will be airing on Wednesdays now.

We'll see how that affects both shows ratings. "Greatest American Dog" has been doing terribly, but what did CBS expect from a show about dogs competing in challenges? "Big Brother 10" didn't start out too great, but has been improving week to week, averaging around 6 million viewers. I would think the move will probably help "Big Brother" as fans seemed to like not having episodes air two days in a row.

"Big Brother 10" Spoilers: Steven evicted, Keesha new Head of Household

Sorry for the lack of updates, I was on vacation in Chicago. But now I'm back and ready to dive into the new season of "Big Brother". As you probably already know Brian was the first houseguest evicted from the house. I was sad to see him go, as he seemed like a funny, likable guy. But that doesn't get you far in "Big Brother". Then, Jessie won HoH and nominated Dan and Steven. Michelle won the PoV and decided not to use it. Steven was then evicted 9-0. I thought Steven seemed like a nice guy too, but alas he is now history. During the live show, Keesha was crowned the new HoH. I apologize as I know I'm a little late in reporting this but I'm back and will have lots more BB10 spoilers coming soon.

Monday, July 14, 2008

"Big Brother 10" Spoilers: Jerry First HoH. Brian voted out!

"Big Brother 10" has just started and already there are major alliances forming and enemies being made. On the premiere episode last night we saw the 13 houseguests vote who should be the first HoH before they even entered the house. Before they revealed the winner the cast competed in their first challenge, in which Memphis won a 1966 Camaro and half the house went on slop. Then it was revealed that Jerry was voted HoH, with Renny coming in second. Brian approached Jerry about being in an alliance with him and Dan and Jerry seemed to agree and nominated Renny and Jessie for eviction.

Now here's where the spoilers come in. When the feeds went live at midnight eastern time something had changed and apparently the veto was used and Brian is the replacement nominee.
UPDATE: A week later, Brian became the first houseguest voted out. Then Jessie won HoH and nominated Steven and Dan.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

"Big Brother 10" Season Premiere Tonight

The tenth season of "Big Brother" starts tonight, just over two months after the ninth season ended. Fortunately this season seems to be steering clear of any crazy twists and instead focusing on just strangers in a house competing for $500,000. This season will have 13 houseguests ranging in age from 22 to 75. Again the show will air three times a week, Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday with the Wednesday show featuring live audience evictions.

To see all the action uncensored don't forget to sign up for the 24/7 live feeds here and tune in tonight at 8pm.

Friday, July 11, 2008

"Big Brother 10" House Pictures

Only 2 days to go until the season premiere of "Big Brother 10". TV Guide has some nice photos of the new house. Take a look at these before the houseguests move in and turn it into a pigsty...

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

"Big Brother 10" Cast Officially Revealed

As promised, was one of the first sites to have the first video of all the houseguests on "Big Brother 10". Only minutes ago CBS' official "Big Brother 10" site went online and on it they have the first video of all 13 houseguests even before it's officially announced in a couple hours on the "Early Show".

They do seem to be a very diverse cast and encompass all age groups. But I hope they are fun to watch and have good personalities because this is one of the ugliest damn casts I've ever seen.

"Big Brother 10" House Revealed

The new house that the "Big Brother 10" cast will be living in all summer long has been revealed. Julie Chen toured the new house, which features rooms designed like different decades. Also, the kitchen is modeled after a 50's diner and the bathroom looks like an outhouse. The sauna room is back, with a new massage chair and the HoH room looks like a penthouse.

"Big Brother 10" Cast Bios & Photos

At 3:30 am last night the official "Big Brother 10" site on went live. The site includes in-depth info on all 13 houseguests but for a quick peek at the cast here are the photos, ages, occupations and hometowns of each contestant...

Jessie Godderz, 22 Pro Bodybuilder Huntington Beach, CA

Keesha Smith, 29 Waitress Burbank, CA

Dan Gheesling, 24 Catholic School Teacher Dearborn, MI

Renny Martyn, 53 Beauty Salon Owner New Orleans, LA

Steven Daigle, 35 Rodeo Competitor Dallas, TX

Libra Thompson, 31 Human Resources Rep Spring, TX

Jerry MacDonald, 75 Great Grandpa/Retired Marketing Exec Magnolia, TX

Michelle Costa, 28 Realtor Cumberland, RI

(Bryan) Ollie , 27 Marketing Sales Rep Minneapolis, MN

Robert "Memphis" Garrett, 25 Mixologist Los Angeles, CA

April Dowling, 30 Financial Manager Higley, AZ

Angie Swindell, 29 Pharmaceutical Sales Rep Orlando, FL

Brian Hart, 27 Telecommunications Director San Francisco, CA

"Big Brother 10" Cast Confirmed

Viewers who tuned in to CBS tonight were treated with a nice surprise. Two new "Big Brother 10" commercials that confirmed my previous post which featured a speculative cast list. The new commercials feature seven future houseguests, all of which were on that list. The rest of the cast will be revealed today on the "Early Show".

The first video features Brian, April and Libra, the Obama supporter in Bush country...

The second video features Steven, the gay rodeo champ, Ollie,the preacher's son, Jerry, the 75-year-old, and Keesha, the Hooters waitress...

Monday, July 7, 2008

"Bachelorette" DeAnna picks Jesse, dumps Jason

On the season finale of "The Bachelorette" DeAnna Pappas chose Jesse, the 26-year-old pro snowboarder. First, she invited both guys to meet her family in Newnan, Georgia. Her family seemed to like Jason, the 31-year-old single father, more but alas it was not to be. After a final date with each of the guys, and a surprise visit from man-of-wax Jeremy, she ultimately decided to dump Jason and pick Jesse. Jesse then got on one knee and proposed, to which DeAnna said yes.

I would venture to guess that most fans are a little disappointed, seeing as Jason seemed like the favorite. We will have to see if this relationship will last, and join Trista & Ryan and Matt & Shayne as the only surviving "Bachelor/Bachelorette" couples.

Possible "Big Brother 10" Cast Revealed!

A possible cast of "Big Brother 10" has been leaked. Usually these cast lists are completely fake, but this one comes from CornerOfficeX, who has correctly leaked spoilers about the cast and twists of past editions of "Big Brother". While these rumors should be taken with a grain of salt, there is a possibility that the information, or at least some of it, could be legit.

Supposedly the cast will include some of these personalities...

-A recently divorced Koren-American tomboy.
-A 35-year-old gay rodeo cowboy who’s a bit prejudiced himself.
-A 25-year-old who doesn’t consider himself a bartender.
-A 53-year-old New Orleans socialite.
-A 31-year-old who’s from a predominantly white neighborhood, she’s a black mother of three and an Obama supporter in Bush country. She has a pair of rare twins.
-The son of a Pentecostal preacher.
-A 24-year-old teacher in an all boys Catholic school. He would move out of the country if Hillary were President.

Also, the 13 names of the houseguests may be these...

-Jerry, a 75-year-old huge fan of BB
-Keesha, a 29-year-old blond Hooters waitress

We will know for sure whether this list is correct when the houseguests are officially announced on Tuesday's "Early Show" on CBS.

Friday, July 4, 2008

Who will DeAnna Choose on Monday's Finale?

On Monday night's season finale of "The Bachelorette" DeAnna Pappas will choose either Jason, the single father or Jesse the pro snowboarder. My guess, and yours too judging by the poll results, is that she will pick Jason. The 2 hour finale will include both men going to visit DeAnna's family, but this time the guy's visits will be at the same time. The "After the Final Rose" special will air immediately after DeAnna makes her final decision. Speaking of that decision, there are rumors that DeAnna may pull a Brad Womack and not choose either guy or she may rethink it and pick Jeremy or Graham. No matter what happens it's bound to be "the most dramatic episode ever".

What do you think DeAnna will do? Leave a comment and share your predictions!

Thursday, July 3, 2008

"American Idol" Season 8 Audition Dates and Cities Announced

"American Idol" season 8 may still be six months away, but if you want to be a part of it now's your chance. The dates and cities for the auditions have been announced and they will run for about a month from July 17th to August 19th. The eight stops include the first trip outside of the 50 states with an audition in Puerto Rico. So if you're between the ages of 16-28 and don't mind risking having your hopes and dreams crushed by Simon, here is the schedule...

Thursday, July 17
Cow Palace
San Francisco, CA

Monday, July 21
Freedom Hall
Louisville, KY

Friday, July 25 Arena
Phoenix, AZ

Tuesday, July 29
EnergySolutions Arena
Salt Lake City, UT

Saturday, August 2
Coliseo de Puerto Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Friday, August 8
Sprint Center
Kansas City, MO

Wednesday, August 13
Veterans Memorial Arena
Jacksonville, FL

Tuesday, August 19
IZOD Center at the Meadowlands Sports Complex
East Rutherford, NJ

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

"Big Brother 10" Spoilers Revealed by Executive Producer Allison Grodner

"Big Brother 10" Executive Producer Allison Grodner spoke with WeLoveBigBrother yesterday and revealed some spoilers about the new season. In the interview she pretty much confirmed the rumors that this season would feature houseguests of diverse backgrounds and ages, as well as that the house would be decorated to represent the "places and eras" that correspond to those ages, with the rooms being designed like the 60s, 70s and 80s.

She also stated that the houseguests would be "absolutely all strangers", which is welcome news to people like me who hate when the houseguests know each other somehow. Two other statements she said are sure to get fans speculating. One is that the live audience will be more involved than in season one, and the other is that "the game starts before the houseguests even go in the house on premiere night". Hmmmmm.....what could that mean? In any case, more news should be coming out soon and Reality TV will have you covered.

Here's the entire 8 minute video courtesy of

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

"Big Brother 10" Spoilers, Info and Links

New information is really starting to come out now on the new season of "Big Brother". The houseguests, info on the house and the new twist(s?) will probably be revealed this week. However some tidbits are already known, such as...

-The schedule seems to imply that the HoH comp will be on Sunday July 13th, the POV will be Tuesday the 15th and the first houseguest will go home live on Wednesday the 16th.

-The houseguests are probably being sequestered this week, and will move into the house next week.

-HouseCalls, the internet talk show on will be back with Gretchen Massey as the host. Evel Dick and Sheila from BB9 have been confirmed as co-hosts as well.

-Speaking of Evel Dick, he will be hosting his own show every Wednesday on the live feeds when they switch off in preparation for the eviction show. It will be broadcast from the Cat Club on Sunset Blvd. around 6pm eastern time. He will interview past houseguests, fans and maybe some celebs.

-And finally, some sites are speculating that the house may have rooms designed like the 60s, 70s and 80s. While that sounds cool, it's still just a rumor at this point so take it for what you will.

Also, I've created a special BB10 Links section on the side featuring some great sites with up to date info, like DogDave, BBDish, Morty's and more, so please check them out.

"Bachelorette" DeAnna chooses her final two

"Bachelorette" star DeAnna Pappas has chosen her final two suitors in tonight's episode. She narrowed the field down to Jesse, the pro snowboarder and Jason, the single father. After her overnight dates in the Grand Bahama Islands she dumped Jeremy. That makes two eliminations in a row that some would classify as shocking. Like Graham last week, Jeremy was visibly upset and shocked. He even made the limo driver pull over after the rose ceremony so he could......ummmm I'm not really sure why, he seemed to just pace around.

The episode was followed by the "Men Tell All" special, which means that the 2 hour season finale and the 1 hour "After the Final Rose" will both air next Monday.