CBS introduced the new houseguests last night during the premiere of "Big Brother" season 16. Just like last year, the 16 members of the cast are all brand new faces this season. "Big Brother After Dark" which airs nightly on TVGN started on June 27, 2014. Read on to get to know the new female houseguests a little bit better. Warning, spoiler information is included below.
Victoria Rafaeli is a 22-year-old event coordinator and photographer from Weston, Fla. She still lives with her parents and is very close to her mother. She was raised by Orthodox Israeli parents and expects to live with them until she is married. Victoria does not follow the U.S. version of "Big Brother," but she is a fan of the one in Israel.
Jacosta Odom is a 33-year-old married minister from Lovejoy, Ga. She is a mother of two young sons. Her actual career title is a "Certified Spiritual Life Coach." She claims to be a "Big Brother" fan and says she applied to be on the show online. Jacosta is attempting to start a bowtie trend, but so far it has not caught on.
Brittany Martinez is a 29-year-old, single mother of three from Torrance, Calif. She works as an event coordinator. Brittany recently started dating again after eight years of marriage. She says she has never been apart from her children for more than a weekend. She was recruited at a bar to be on "Big Brother".
Christine Brecht is a 23-year-old, married Starbucks barista from Tucson, Ariz. Christine is a superfan of the show. Her husband Timothy Brecht is a musician. When she is at home she claims to be quite the nudist and that is one of the things she will miss most while in the "Big Brother" house.
"Big Brother" season 16 promises to be the most twisted summer ever due to a new competition called the "Battle of the Block." "Big Brother" airs every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday on CBS channel WTEV 47 in Jacksonville. Check back with Examiner often for all the "Big Brother 16" news and spoilers throughout the summer.