Big Brother host Julie Chen revealed new information Wednesday about a potential twist in the game.
She hosted a Q&A session on Twitter where fans could ask her anything about Big Brother or the talk show she co-hosts, The Talk. While she mostly answered questions about the latter, she also revealed some information about Big Brother 15.
The biggest reveal was "The twist makes it a no-floater summer!"
In Big Brother, floaters have traditionally been thought of as wishy-washy, essentially floating from one group to another depending on which one has the power. Chen did not elaborate on the details of the twist, but that hasn't stopped fans from speculating on what a no-floater summer would entail.
Fansite BigBigBrother.com is guessing that the twist will involve the houseguests entering the house in teams of some sort. Similarly, BigBrotherNetwork.com is anticipating a pre-formed alliances scenario. They also note that twists don't always last long in the Big Brother house, such as the "Saboteur" in Big Brother 12, which lasted all of one week before appearing again briefly later in the season.
Chen also teased that she and her co-hosts on The Talk will be airing a look inside the Big Brother house on July 26, the same day as the premiere. The special, which was already taped, will feature Chen and co-hosts Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood doing a mock Big Brother season, including competing for Head of Household and evictions.
Entertainment Tonight will be airing an inside look into the Big Brother house on June 21.
CBS announced Wednesday that there will be a photo booth in the house "where House Guests will take exclusive photos to share with fans on CBS.com."
With the houseguests already picked and ready to head inside the Big Brother house, members of the media are sitting down for some pre-game interviews with them this week. Expect a cast announcement within the next week or so.
Big Brother 15 premieres at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 26, on CBS.
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