Big Brother Season 22 All-Stars Premiere Postponed To July 22

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It will excite Big Brother fans to know that the next season is still happening, despite the current COVID-19 situation. Although they have had to postpone the original July 15 premiere date, the show will still air starting July 22. An insider told Us Weekly that it is possible that producers may postpone the date even longer.

A source from the “Watch With Us” podcast revealed that they pushed the date back several weeks because of the world pandemic situation.

It’s an all-star Season 22 of Big Brother

Making this even more exciting, they have revealed that Season 22 of Big Brother will have an all-star cast. Producers are still working on locking down the cast that will play in the 22nd season of Big Brother. Negotiations are in the works and those who have agreed to be on the upcoming season have their NDAs.

The question on everyone’s minds is who will be in the all-star season? Sources have revealed to Us Weekly that producers contacted “Janelle Pierzina from season 6, Ian Terry from Season 14, Frankie Grande from season 16 and Tyler Crispen from season 20” so if those four could get settled into contracts it would make for a fun season.

It looks like Terry will be a no go though. Dick Donato (aka Evel Dick), the winner of Big Brother Season 8, revealed on Twitter that he had spoken to Terry, who said no one has contacted him. Donato did not believe that Terry would take the opportunity though because his current job situation is very good and he didn’t think Terry would want to mess that up.

Evel Dick also noticed that Brittany Martinez of Season 16 of Big Brother had been scrubbing her tweets lately and speculated that could be a sign that she’d getting ready for a new season of Big Brother. In fact, Martinez removed all tweets up to the end of 2018.

Who is out of the running for BB22?

Besides Ian Terry, there are a few others that will not likely receive an offer of a spot on Big Brother, Season 22. Mike “Boogie” Malin is one of them. Some have accused him of making racist remarks about Bayleigh Dayton and Chris “Swaggy C” Williams when on the “SurvivorNSFW” podcast run by Big Brother alum, Johnny Fairplay. He accused them of trying to be Jay-Z and Beyonce and made remarks about “bad” people coming back to the show because they were trying to be diverse.

Fairplay deleted the podcast episode and apologized to listeners for Boogie’s remarks.

Various other sources have revealed that Rachel Reilly, Britney Haynes, Dr. Will Kirby, Andy Herren, Evel Dick will also not be on Big Brother Season 22 All-Stars.

Big Brother producers said that they will take health precautions. They will expect players returning to quarantine for 14 days before the competition begins.

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