Big Brother spoilers and updates tease that BB fans are always talking about the one that “could have,” but what about the winners, do they deserve a second chance to prove with they deserved to win in the first place? Some players, like Xavier Prather, fans wonder if he could have really made it all the way to the end without Tiffany Mitchell who came up with the idea of forming the Cookout alliance, or his pal Kyland Young who he was in a final two deal with and Xavier ended up stabbing him in the back for the Cookout. It’s really hard to see whether he could have an effective game all by himself.
The same thing goes for Dr. Will Kirby, would he have won season 2 without his formidable ally Mike Malin and their Chilltown alliance?
Big Brother Spoilers – Noteworthy BB Winners
Players like Derrick Lavasseur who won season 16, or Dan Gheesling who won season 10, or even Rachel Reilly who won season 13, you just know they could do it again and again. These are cutthroat players who have no problem destroying everything that comes their way to win Big Brother.
Interestingly enough, Eddie McGee, who will go down in history for winning the first Big Brother season, recently said in an interview that he would come back. But the interview really made him appear to be someone that is aggressive and wouldn’t put up with anyone’s crap. Too bad, a player like that would have been great to see back.
Big Brother Updates – Lucky Winners
Josh Martinez won season 19, he was a self-proclaimed “meatball” who after winning BB went on to compete in several seasons of The Challenge. He is probably most remembered in the house for his friendship with Christmas Abbott, banging pots and pans throughout the house. Could there be anything more annoying? He won the POV the first week and that usually puts a big target on your back. But not Josh, he slid under the radar and took the win.
Which winners would you like to see back?
Big Brother returns to CBS on July 6th for its 24th season with fan-favorite host, Julie Chen Moonves for a 90-minute premiere. Following the premiere, BB will air Thursdays (9:00-10:00 PM, LIVE ET/ delayed PT), featuring the live evictions, and Sundays and Wednesdays (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT).
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