Although reports have surfaced that state the entire cast of Celebrity Big Brother has been leaked on Twitter, at least one of the named house guests has taken to social media to deny she was cast on the show.
On Tuesday, @JulieBBInsider posted what the account called the “FULL… CONFIRMED LINEUP” of celebrities that will be entering the CBB US house. According to the tweet, reality star Tiffany Pollard, MTV personality Johnny Bananas, Beth Chapman of Dog the Bounty Hunter fame, singer Lance Bass, sports star Terrell Owens, Jersey Shore’s Sammi Sweetheart, Kardashian brother Brody Jenner, YouTuber Gigi Gorgeous, American Ninja Warrior host Matt Iseman, and Survivor alumnus Andrea Boehlke are all confirmed to take part in the celebrity edition of Big Brother.
Following the presumed leak, Andrea Boehlke took to her Twitter page and wrote that she believes she will “so crush Big Brother,” calling it “an honor.” She then posted a message that denied the casting, apologizing to her fans and writing, “I’m clearly not on, just think it’s funny.”
Matt Iseman also reacted to the presumed casting after he noticed that @AmyHitchen6 had asked @JulieBBInsider about the possibility of him being a Celebrity Big Brother house guest. In response, Matt wryly wrote, “The dude would be a beast on the show.”
As for Brody Jenner, his Twitter page indicates that he will be “DJ’ing on Friday, January 26th at 9 pm” as part of the Groove Cruise, a music festival which sets sails in the Bahamas from the January 26 through January 29.
If Brody’s schedule is valid, it would be impossible for him to take part in CBB US, as renowned Big Brother alumnus, Evel Dick noted in a tweet that the celebrity house guests will probably be picked up and brought to the house on Saturday night or Sunday morning prior to the official Grammy Awards announcement.
Evel Dick also mocked the information posted by @JulieBBInsider, by posting the following Twitter message.
I love all these “Confirmed” HG for CBBUS Not buying any of this bull****.”
Dick further wrote that Matt Iseman was actually offered a spot on CBB US but NBC wouldn’t contractually allow him to appear on a CBS show.
As expected, the @JulieBBInsider account posted a tweet about celebrities who may deny being cast on CBB US, writing that they are “told to do so until they step foot into the House” and that knowledge of who was cast on Celebrity Big Brother is from an “anonymous reliable source.”
The outright denial by Andrea, the Brody Jenner scheduling conflict, and the inside information from Evel Dick all make the supposed Twitter leak regarding the entire CBB US cast leak suspect.
Thus, until CBS makes an official announcement about the Celebrity Big Brother cast, which is expected to take place during the upcoming Grammy Awards, nothing can truly be certain.
Celebrity Big Brother premieres on February 7 at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on CBS. The longtime host of the Big Brother franchise, Julie Chen, returns to take the helm of CBB US as well.
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