Big Brother (International Editions) News
Officials of the British channel that airs "Celebrity Big Brother" will meet to discuss the show in light of complaints of racism on the "reality" program.
The sponsor of Britain's "Celebrity Big Brother" has pulled out following allegations of racism toward Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty on the show.
The Indian government said it is reviewing alleged racist remarks against Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty on the British show, "Celebrity Big Brother."
A government agency has cleared the British version of TV's "Big Brother" of any wrongdoing after its recent season drew numerous complaints.
The Australian prime minister wants his country's version of "Big Brother" off the air after a female participant allegedly was molested live on the Internet.
Britain's version of the "Big Brother" TV show has been accused of being hazardous to the mental health of its contestants.
A coat seized from the British "Big Brother" house after its owner bragged it was made of gorilla fur has turned out to be monkey fur.
A so-called "gorilla coat" belonging to a contestant on Britain's "Big Brother" reality TV show was seized by police for testing Thursday.
Britain's "Celebrity Big Brother" will have Boy George and Anna Nicole Smith locked in its infamous house, it was revealed Tuesday.
The woman who gave birth on the Dutch version of "Big Brother" left the show after her fellow contestants criticized her parenting skills.
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