‘Big Brother 22’: Family Members Might Have Confirmed Two Houseguests Return for ‘All-Stars’

by Jeremy Spirogis
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CBS lastly gave its viewers the long-awaited premiere date for Big Brother 22: All-Stars, however they delayed the forged reveal for unknown causes. While the community hasn’t formally named anybody as a returning competitor, a few members of the family might need already confirmed two houseguests who will come again for All-Stars.

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[SPOILER ALERT: This article accommodates doable spoilers for Big Brother 22: All-Stars.]

‘Big Brother 22’ confirmed as an ‘All-Stars’ season

After months of hypothesis, CBS confirmed season 22 because the second All-Stars season when it by chance launched the merchandise on the web site. A few weeks later, the promotional video lastly dropped, formally saying the upcoming season and the premiere date, which features a reside move-in.

While CBS hasn’t named the forged but, many rumors have already begun swirling. For the previous couple of months, former houseguests and insiders have launched names of returning gamers who’ve signed a non-disclosure settlement or just lately started appearing suspiciously, main many to consider they’re coming again this summer season.

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Several earlier winners and opponents have already introduced they’d not return, equivalent to BB3 runner-up Danielle Reyes, BB10 winner Dan Gheesling, BB18 and 19 Paul Abrahamian, and BB16 champ Derrick Levasseur.

‘Big Brother 22’ forged announcement delayed

When CBS introduced the beginning date, it additionally revealed viewers might watch the returning houseguests’ pre-game interviews on the Live Feeds every week earlier than the season’s premiere.

However, the community pulled the messaging from the ready display screen on the Feeds only some days earlier than the interviews had been scheduled. CBS hasn’t introduced a purpose why they delayed the forged reveal, however many insiders consider it’s due to a couple gamers testing constructive for COVID-19.

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Several assume BB19 champ Josh Martinez and BB20 winner Kaycee Clark examined constructive as a result of they just lately posted movies of themselves partying in packed Miami golf equipment.

As issues stand, CBS will announce the forged throughout the premiere.

Family members confirmed Bayleigh Dayton and Tyler Crispen will return for ‘All-Stars’

In his Secure the Swag collection, BB20 houseguest Chris “Swaggy C” Williams, seemingly confirmed his spouse and former co-star Bayleigh Dayton’s return to the truth competitors collection.

When explaining how he’s specializing in his job and making his spouse completely satisfied, Williams said, “Well, obviously, she’s on a show right now.” Many thought he referred to her competing on The Challenge.

However, some identified the video additionally featured a automobile he just lately purchased, which means he filmed the episode after their rookie season on the MTV present accomplished airing.

One fan tweeted a screenshot of Tyler Crispens’ mom sharing her first post to an assumed Big Brother Facebook group. In her post, she said this might be her second season watching her son.

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She then mentioned she hopes he “makes it on the show and wins.” Therefore, followers may be capable to vote for his or her favorites, just like the primary All-Stars season.

Additionally, some consider Dayton and Crispen already fashioned a pre-game alliance regardless of their notorious blowup in BB20 as a result of Swaggy C commented on his help of Crispen and girlfriend Angela Rummons on Instagram.

Big Brother 22: All-Stars premieres Aug. 5 at 9 p.m. EST on CBS.

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