After Julie stated with excitement that there will be a live feed for the public to have access to all cameras set up in the Big Brother house through the REAL SuperPass Live Feed , David Replied ” Is there a lot of uhh.. people when they get together like that.. like to… uhhh.. you know,” Julie laughed and explained that the houseguests are very aware of the cameras in the house. She continued on to say that Americans are rather conservative and uptight and were the last Big Brother globally, to have any “Love” on the show. (Beginning with BB4).
Surprisingly, when David Asked if houseguests were ‘normal’ and whether or not any of them had ever got dangerously out of hand in the house, Julie replied by acknowledging that there had been several instances in Big Brother past show history where Big Brother houseguests got out of control and were asked to enter the diary room where upon entering, they were immediately escorted out of the house by security. She also stated, “I don’t know if I would say [the houseguests] are normal people?!”
Chen also revealed that the houses on Big Brother are never actually intended to be ‘comfortable’ for the houseguests, but rather, they serve as a catalyst to create tension and drama between houseguests. She reveals this years house will do exactly that. From articles that have touched on house design, and hints from Julie Chen herself, we know the house will feature a “good” vs. “Evil” theme full of twists and surprises. The 15 foot flame wall in the living room and brick kitchen in this years house will take Julie’s desire to make the house full of discomfort to create tension to the next level.
After the announcement of the 20 candidates selected by the Big Brother producers as potentials for the All-Star house that airs this Wednesday, June 21st, viewers will have a chance to Vote in their favorites. Dave letterman follows this explanation by asking what will happen if nobody votes… Julie replies by stating that the producers