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'Big Brother 16' twists revealed: Dual 'HOH' winners and Team America in play

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Big BrotherSeason 16 is just one week away. Fans have already gotten sneak peeks of the house the players will live in. The house guests will be revealed to the world at some point tomorrow, which is what many have been waiting on the last few weeks. Today was the day Julie Chen was going to reveal the big twist for “Big Brother” this year. According to a June 18 report from Big Brother Buddy, there will be two Head of Household winners each week. That is just the tip of the iceberg, with plenty more surprises.

The major announcement of the double “HOH” is shocking. There has never been anything done like this, so fans are excited. Each week both “HOH” winners will nominate two house guests and do a “battle of the block” to find out which winner will get immunity. This really makes it anyone's game. America will also play a role in “Big Brother” this summer, although it is not quite clear how that will work.

Social media is heating up with comments about the twists. The Twitter feed for “BB16” is filled with comments from fans and former players. Some are pleased with the crazy new additions, while others believe production will ultimately be “America” and warp “Big Brother” to suit their ratings needs. There is so much to process, and the comments just keep coming.

The two-night “Big Brother” Season 16 premiere will air next Wednesday and Thursday. The house guests have already been put into sequester, and the big cast reveal will be at some point tomorrow. Fans are looking forward to a season with different possibilities, especially the fact that “HOH” doesn't automatically mean safe for the week. It is going to be a crazy season of “Big Brother” and fans cannot wait to tune in and see what happens.

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