‘Big Brother’ Star Christine Varner Claims Producers Completely Wrote Her Diary Room Sessions

by Jeremy Spirogis
Big Brother 16 houseguest Christine Varner nee Brecht hosts the Battle of the Block Competition

Many Big Brother followers criticized Christine Varner for seemingly dishonest on her husband with Cody Calafiore throughout season 16. She has since gotten divorced and remained comparatively lively within the Big Brother neighborhood. After opening up about her emotions concerning the upcoming extremely anticipated All-Stars season, the previous houseguest uncovered the producers by claiming they wrote her diary room classes.

Big Brother 16 houseguest Christine Varner nee Brecht hosts the Battle of the Block Competition
Big Brother 16 houseguest Christine Varner nee Brecht hosts the Battle of the Block Competition
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Christine Varner competed on ‘Big Brother 16’

In 2014, then 23-year-old Tucson-based barista Christine Varner, previously Brecht, joined the forged of Big Brother 16. She and Nicole Franzel nearly instantly turned good pals, and nearly all of the houseguests additionally loved her.

On the second night time, Devin Shepherd introduced her into the Bomb Squad with out the opposite members’ permission. Still, after his eviction, a number of the remaining allies invited her into the opposite majority alliance, The Detonators.

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After working with them for some time, she began taking part in either side of the home and tried to get ally Zach Rance evicted. After Nicole Franzel spilled the beans to the current faculty graduate, he began working in opposition to Varner, and she or he finally joined the jury, inserting sixth within the competitors.

During her time in the home, Varner, who was married on the time, acquired right into a controversial relationship with fellow Detonator Cody Calafiore as the 2 often flirted with one another. When she walked out of the Big Brother home following her eviction, the viewers greeted her with boos.

Christine Varner opens up about ‘Big Brother 16’ experiences

Now 29-years-old, Varner has opened up about her time on Big Brother 16. When requested how she felt when the viewers booed her, the BB16 star answered in a TikTok video that she “loved it” as that’s how many individuals bear in mind her.

Additionally, she claimed the 2 males who began the booing apologized to her afterward and informed her they have been there to boo Frankie Grande as they thought he would get evicted that night time.

After CBS introduced the premiere date for the extremely anticipated All-Stars season, the BB16 star took to Instagram to precise how she felt about not receiving an invitation to return.

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She admitted she’s “utterly jealous” of others who had nice experiences on the present as she has wished to grow to be one other Janelle Pierzina, a fan favourite who’s returned a number of occasions.

Varner additionally defined it was her dream to compete on Big Brother because the age of 11 and doesn’t perceive why she acquired the brief finish of the stick.

Christine Varner claims her diary room classes have been scripted

In a tweet, the 29-year-old claimed manufacturing members started fully writing her diary room classes across the fifth week. She additionally said they nicknamed her “Crabby Christine” as a result of she grew agitated with them for “making me say stuff I didn’t believe in” or issues that by no means occurred.

In one other tweet, she clarified producers made her “say sentences verbatim” and would make her begin over if she missed a phrase. Varner claims she acquired aggravated as a result of this brought on her diary room classes to final for “hours.”

The Arizona-native responded to a different fan asking for clarification, and defined that producers don’t write everybody’s classes, solely those that “don’t fit their narrative.”

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Someone requested what would occur if she refused to recite the strains, and Varner insisted she couldn’t as a result of she “signed my life away through contracts.”

Big Brother 15 champ Andy Herren additionally seemingly backed up her claims as he responded to her tweet, writing, “I remember production once telling me that I sounded too cocky. Imagine them telling that to a Dan or a Will.”

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

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