BB19 fans have been watching fan-favorite Kevin Schlehuber share the Big Brother house with contestants his children’s age. There are a few who are a little older, but Kevin quickly fell into the role of house dad.
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Tonight on Big Brother After Dark, fans got to watch a sleepy group of houseguests. As most of the cast was sleeping, a small group gathered in a bedroom to talk. They got onto the subject of casting opportunities and the recruiting that Big Brother has started over the last few years. Mark was sharing that the casting crew reviews random Instagram accounts, as well as other social media, looking for contestants. This surprised Kevin who, as it turns out, was at the right place at the right time.
Kevin is from Boston and is a stay-at-home dad. According to Joker’s Updates, he had gone to his daughter’s job to meet her, but she had to work late. She told him it would be a couple of hours, so he had time to kill, and right across the street, they were doing auditions for BB19. He walked in and was given No. 262 out of about 490 applicants. A couple of hours later, he had made an impression.
Kevin has been in a great position in the house. His social game is fantastic, and he can talk to anyone. Often on the live feeds, BB19 fans hear him talking to a houseguest like he is talking to one of his own children. He gives them advice and asks the right questions to make them really think about the situation.
Kevin has not won a competition yet, but he did take a $25,000 temptation on premiere night. Once he and Paul got close, he shared that information with Paul. Although he was sworn to secrecy, when he decided that Kevin was too close to Cody, Paul told. Kevin still doesn’t know that everyone knows his secret. BB19 fans can expect to see him become a target in the next couple of weeks now that Team Paul has put him on the hit list. As an older player, Kevin has accomplished a lot by lasting until jury.
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