Given Julie has had a little time to watch the houseguests in action, she teased her favorites, the dark horse, and the apparent frontrunners.
"I think maybe Teddi Mellencamp could be a dark horse because if you watch her on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills... I think she's someone, I've been told, is very likable, and I think likable can get you very far," Julie shared with Us Weekly ahead of the show's premiere.
Julie also suggested viewers should keep an eye on singer and rapper Todrick Hall as well as designer and former Queer Eye star Carson Kressley.
"I think Todrick Hall and Carson Kressley are people to watch. I don't think of them as dark horses -- I think of them as fan-favorites because Todrick is a fan and he's been very vocal about being a fan," Julie shared.
"And Carson is someone who just has so much charm and wit that it's hard not to like him as a roommate, which is my guess, and it's hard not to like him as a viewer."
Julie added of Carson, who cracked many hilarious jokes on Wednesday night's premiere, "So he has a lot going for him, but I think he knows that."
"As long as [Carson] doesn't come across as a threat to others, he is another one to watch," she noted.
Julie also pointed out how actress and former Miss USA and Meet the Barkers star Shanna Moakler could "do well" this season since she's a Super Fan of Big Brother.
And the same apparently goes for The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey, who is another big fan of the long-running CBS reality series.
"I was told by Andy Cohen, my buddy, that Cynthia Bailey is also very good for this show, and I think she could make it very far too," Julie said.
In the early days of the game, Julie told Us that Todrick, Carson and Shanna stood out to her the most but former UFC champion Miesha Tate -- who won the season's first Head of Household competition -- also impressed her with "brains and brawn."
On a more personal note, Julie admitted that she'd love to see Todd make it far.
"I would just say that my heart is pulling for Todd Bridges because I loved him on Diff'rent Strokes and let's just leave it at that!" gushed the Celebrity Big Brother host.
"I don't know if he's going to be good at this game or if he's going to get along with others and do well in competitions, but my heart is rooting for Todd Bridges!"