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‘Big Brother 16’ casting rumors: Are past ‘Big Brother’ contestants returning?

‘Big Brother 16’ casting rumors: Are past ‘Big Brother’ contestants returning?
‘Big Brother 16’ casting rumors: Are past ‘Big Brother’ contestants returning?
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Big Brother 16’ begins in less than one month and the rumors of who has been chosen as houseguest are flying fast and furious. These rumors include the possibility of a “Big Brother 16: Blood vs. Water” and also that all the houseguests will be returnees to the game.

Speculation that “Big Brother 14” contestant Frank Eudy and his father, professional wrestler Psycho Sid, may be houseguests was posted today, June 1. At this time, these are only rumors, nothing has been officially been confirmed. Danielle Reyes from “Big Brother 3,” as well as “Big Brother All-Stars,” has taken a hiatus from Twitter until the show premiere surrounding rumors that she would be one of the returnees to the “Big Brother” house.

“Big Brother” fans are split on whether or not they want another “BB All-Stars” season or if they want a “Big Brother” house of all new contestants. One thing is for certain, live-free subscribers have some interesting subscriber-only features offered for this season. A special live-feed subscriber only chat will take place on June 4. Another feature will be the ability for “Big Brother 16” subscribers to be able to vote on punishments and rewards for the “BB16” houseguests.

If the “Big Brother 16" houseguests include past contestants fans may see Rachel Reilly return with her sister Elissa Slater and husband Brendan Villegas. Also rumored to return is the “Chill Town” duo Mike “Boogie” Malin and Dr. Will Kirby. Also on the list of rumored returnees are “Evil Dick” and daughter Daniele Donato along her husband Dominic Briones. Even more rumors say that CBS has asked back “Big Brother 15” winner Andy Herren and “Big Brother 14” winner Ian Terry

Fans can purchase the "Big Brother 16" live feeds at a cost of $23.99 up until Wednesday, June 25, the day that the new season premieres at 8 p.m. on CBS. “Big Brother 16” programming will follow the same format as previous seasons. The show will air at 8 p.m. on Wednesday nights, at 9 p.m. on Thursday nights and at 8 p.m. on Sunday nights.