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'Big Brother' 2018 Contestants - Meet the 16 Houseguests!

CBS has announced the sixteen contestants coming together to compete on Big Brother‘s 20th season!

As with previous seasons, the roommates will be fighting to win a $500,000 prize at the end of the show by avoiding evictions and reigning supreme.

Julie Chen is set to return as host this season, with the two part premiere kicking off on Wednesday (June 27) and continuing on Thursday (June 28). Be sure to tune into CBS to catch all the action!

If you have access to CBS Press Express, you can catch the contestants’ first interviews on the site tonight.

Click through the slideshow to meet all 16 new contestants on Big Brother season 20…

Julie Chen Recreates Iconic 'Big Brother' GIF - Watch Now!

Julie Chen just hilariously recreated an iconic Big Brother meme!

The longtime reality show host copied contestant Da’Vonne Rogers‘s entrance into the house which has become a super popular reaction GIF.

In the GIF, Da’Vonne opens the door with a huge smile and struts into the house.

Julie took to her Twitter to share the video recreating the scene.

“I maaayyyyyy have decided to recreate some of my favorite gifs from #BigBrother as we countdown to #BB20 🤗🤗 RT if you know this one !!!” Julie wrote.

Check out Julie‘s vid and the original GIF below…

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'Big Brother' Season 20 Premiere Date Revealed!

Big Brother is coming back to CBS soon!

Season 20, set to be hosted by Julie Chen, will be back on Wednesday, June 27, at 8/7c with a two-hour episode. The news was announced on Twitter, and fans immediately began speculating if contestants would be all-stars from previous seasons, new contestants, or a mix of both.

As per usual, the show will air on Wednesday nights, Thursday nights, and Sunday nights on CBS throughout the summer until the winner is revealed.

The show will also be available to view on CBS All Access.

Who Won ‘Big Brother: Celebrity Edition’ 2018? Winner Revealed!

SPOILER ALERT – The winner of Big Brother is revealed in this post so stop reading if you don’t want to be spoiled!

The winner of Big Brother‘s first U.S. celebrity edition has been named.

The two-hour season finale aired on Sunday (February 25).

The contestants that made it to the final five were Omarosa Manigualt Newman, Ariadna Gutierrez, Mark McGrath, Marissa Jaret Winokur and Ross Mathews, who are playing for the $250,000 grand prize.

Ross became the next Head of Household on the show’s final episode. He was also awarded the final Power of Veto of the season. He chose not to use it. Omarosa was evicted next. Marissa then became the final Head of Household of the season, choosing to eliminate Ariadna and Mark.

The nine evicted houseguests became the jury members, voting between Marissa and Ross, the final two. Metta World Peace picked a random key for his vote.

And the winner is…More Here! »

'Celebrity Big Brother' 2018 Top 5 - Who's In the Finals?

The top five contestants competing for the winner of Big Brother: Celebrity Edition have been revealed!

The finale is airing tonight on CBS and we’re here with a reminder of the five remaining house guests vying for the grand prize of $250,000.

If you missed it, Julie Chen revealed who she most believes will win the top prize.

Will you watch the finale of Celebrity Big Brother tonight? Who do you think will take home the top prize? Stay tuned, and we’ll update when the winner is revealed!

Click through the slideshow to find out who’s still remaining in the Big Brother house…