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'Big Brother' 16 spoilers: Possible twists and rumored cast questions

Longtime host, Julie Chen, will host "Big Brother" 16 on CBS.
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New updates on "Big Brother" 16 spoilers were just released to give fans something to think about. Speculations on what might air are just that -- speculations. This is what BigBrotherAccess made clear in their May 14 report. If you're just dying for clues about contestants and possible twists for the 2014 season, here's some information to tide you over until more comes out!

According to the website, a huge rumor is spreading that the "Big Brother" 16 cast will be a relatives season. This might include newbie and former Houseguest pairings. Vets believed to be in negotiations with CBS for the twist are Rachel and Elissa, Dani and Dom, Dan and Chelsea, Frank and Sid, Kara and "maybe" Aaryn Gries. The network allowing Gries back might be a stretch, however.

Danielle Reyes and her sister were supposedly “being talked about. However she was asking for WAY too much money."

In another report by BigBrotherAccess the same day, it cited @MissLove2Blog on Twitter about a message reading that “people who have made it far into #BB16 casting said they are asking questions about knowing minorities/gays."

Houseguests were screened as normal for season 16 despite the scandal that happened on "Big Brother" last year with Aaryn Gries and Dan Gheesling. Racist, misogynistic, and homophobic rants were recorded during Live Feeds, which resulted in widespread media coverage of hot button issues. Casting director Robyn Kass said they do everything in their power to make sure they know everything about each person on "Big Brother," but their process isn't "perfect." She said they can't guarantee someone won't say something offensive because it's not as if they interrogate potential Houseguests about those issues.

"Big Brother" 15 premieres Wednesday, June 25 on CBS. The first live eviction airs July 3. The show will air Thursdays at 9 p.m. and Sundays at 8 p.m., ET/PT.

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