Big Brother 10 News
Houseguests from past seasons of "Big Brother" are to return to the U.S. reality competition series in an upcoming episode, CBS said Friday.
Jessie Godderz was blindsided and became the fourth houseguest evicted from Big Brother's tenth season during last night's live broadcast of the CBS reality show.
Angie Swindell became the third houseguest evicted from Big Brother's tenth season during last night's live broadcast of the CBS reality show.
So much for Big Brother's tenth season taking a back-to-basics approach.
Big Brother is going to the dogs.
Steven Daigle found living in the Big Brother house more difficult than riding a bucking bronco.
Brian Hart packed three weeks worth of strategy into his first seven days in the Big Brother house, and he paid the price for it.
Big Brother's tenth-season houseguests selected the first Head of Household before they even moved into the house and had an opportunity to communicate during last night's premiere broadcast of the CBS reality series.
CBS has revealed the identities of the 13 houseguests who will be competing on Big Brother's tenth season, which will premiere Sunday, July 13 at 8PM ET/PT.
Big Brother is apparently going old school for its upcoming tenth season.
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