Lawrence Saint-Victor, Jeff Schroeder, Karla Mosley
As one of the most popular players in Big Brother history, Jeff Schroeder has been exposed to a whole lot of lying, cheating and backstabbing — so he should fit right in at a daytime soap! TV Guide Magazine has learned that the reality-show fave and CBS.com host will be seen on The Bold and the Beautiful August 27 in sequences involving the production of Room 8, the show-within-a-show starring Maya (Karla Mosley) and Carter (Lawrence Saint-Victor). Schroeder gave us the lowdown on his suds gig, the state of his romance with Big Brother 11 winner Jordan Lloyd and, of course, those scandals that have been rocking Big Brother 15!
Big Brother disclaimer
After initially ignoring the controversy generated by some Big Brother contestants' racist and homophobic comments on the show's 24-hour webcam feed, CBS is now taking further steps to distance itself from the contestants.
The network ran a "worst-of" reel featuring the offensive remarks on the July 7 episode, and this week's show featured a viewer discretion disclaimer at the start of the hour.
Big Brother 15
Gee, this season's Big Brother contestants sure know how to keep it classy.
Less than two weeks after two of the houseguests were fired from their day jobs for racist and homophobic comments shown on CBS.com's live feed — those same two players engaged in a very racially charged argument with an African-American contestant.
Third Big Brother contestant criticized for offensive remarks
The feud started when....
Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Barbara Walters
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NBC has ordered new game show called Wall of Fame, the network announced Thursday.
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Big Brother host Julie Chen is not hiding her displeasure with the offensive comments made by some of the houseguests during Season 15 of the reality show.
Aaryn Gries, GinaMarie Zimmerman
Three Big Brother 15 contestants have been chastised and/or fired by their employers after making offensive comments while being filmed for the show — and CBS devoted a segment during Sunday's episode to showing the remarks on air.
Big Brother really knows how to pick 'em.
Spencer Clawson has earned the dubious distinction of being the third houseguest on Big Brother 15 to be criticized by his day job for offensive remarks made while being filmed for the show, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Big Brother contestant GinaMarie Zimmerman was fired from her day job after making offensive comments on the show, TMZ.com reports.
Zimmerman, who worked as...
Big Brother contestant Aaryn Gries has been fired from her modeling agency for offensive comments she made on the show, TMZ reports.
Gries, 22, has been seen and heard multiple times on the show's after-hours live feed making both homophobic and racist remarks -- calling a gay houseguest "queer," telling Asian-American Helen to "shut up and go make some rice," and saying, "Be careful what you say in the dark, you might not be able to see that b----," in reference to African-American contestant Candice.