Although the official forged for the extremely anticipated Big Brother 22: All-Stars can be revealed dwell on the premiere, many insiders imagine they already know which houseguests are coming again. BB12’s Ragan Fox, recognized for his heated arguments with Rachel Reilly Villegas, not too long ago took to Twitter to name out CBS for probably casting somebody who’s “truly homophobic.”
Ragan Fox on ‘Big Brother 12’
In 2010, then 34-year-old West Hollywood-based school professor Ragan Fox competed on Big Brother 12. He initially performed an under-the-radar recreation and created nice relations with Matt Hoffman and Annie Whittington.
The school professor grew to become the season’s second Saboteur and efficiently wreaked havoc on the home for 2 weeks, incomes $20,000 with out his houseguests suspecting him.
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Eventually, the 34-year-old discovered the dominating Brigade alliance and named all its members to his friend, Hoffman. The “Brains” knowledgeable the remainder of his allies that Ragan was on to them, making the faculty professor the primary goal in the home.
After saving himself from elimination by profitable the Power of Veto, he ended up on the block once more the next week. The school professor pulled out one other win however ended up going residence the following week after barely dropping the basic Otev competitors.
‘All-Stars’ returns for the primary time since 2006
On July 22, 2020, TMZ revealed a number of potential All-Stars houseguests who arrived in Los Angeles for COVID-19 testing and started their two-week quarantine interval.
After months of silence, CBS lastly launched a promotional video confirming the closely rumored All-Star season the next day. It introduced BB22 would function all returning gamers with some winners and have a dwell move-in for the second time within the present’s historical past.
As one of many first Los Angeles-based actuality sequence returning to manufacturing throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the community has launched a set of protocols to make sure the houseguests’ and crew’s security.
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For instance, the gamers are examined a number of instances earlier than transferring in and can proceed to obtain weekly exams. Additionally, any objects they obtain can be correctly disinfected.
The crew received’t have any contact with the houseguests and should put on private protecting gear. They should endure each day screening for COVID-19 associated signs and need to dwell on set for just a few weeks at a time earlier than switching out with different crew members.
Ragan Fox referred to as Enzo Palumbo ‘truly homophobic’
Although the forged can be revealed dwell on the premiere date, many rumored lists are circulating social media, a number of that identify BB12’s Enzo Palumbo as a returnee. Annoyed by the finalist’s doable return, Fox took to Twitter to name him “truly homophobic.”
According to the previous school professor, Palumbo made offensive jokes about Fox’s sexuality throughout his final week in the home. The BB12 star additionally said that if CBS casts the Meow Meow once more, it could imply the community hadn’t discovered something from the general public scrutiny they confronted after the homophobic and racist controversy throughout BB15.
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He additionally defined he thought it could ship a message that “homophobes are all-stars” if CBS introduced again Palumbo, who Fox deems as homophobic. While some followers imagine the previous school professor, many assume he’s solely upset he didn’t obtain an invitation to return for the upcoming season.
Big Brother 22: All-Stars airs Aug. 5 at 9 p.m. EST on CBS.