Since her eviction, Kaitlin admitted she didn't know Aaryn was campaigning against her, adding, "The fact that they kept her instead of me – I hope she finds a way to stay in that house – for karma."
Also, when it comes to being a mean girl,Kaitlin insisted she's simply "guilty by association" because she was "sweet to everyone."Is Kaitlin a mean girl or a victim? She wants us to believe it's the latter – you be the judge!
Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here's a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
Alright I'm just gonna put this out there, I don't follow Big Brother. I think I may need to start… the drama, oh the drama!
So there's been a lot of seriously unfortunate drama this season. Not the fun, ridiculous drama that usually encapsulates a reality television show but some nasty racism and homophobic drama that luckily is getting the fans riled up.
The newly evicted 23-year-old bragged about hooking up with fellow houseguest Kaitlin Barnaby, where he described her lady box in some disgusting ways (he also referred to female house guests as "bitches"). Despite those unsavory remarks, Jeremy insists he's pretty innocent and defends himself against accusations that he is racist or homophobic!
As a huge fan of Big Brother – and avid follower of the uncensored live feeds – I'm sickened by the racism, misogyny, and homophobia coming from the Big Brother 15 cast this summer week. Oy. I have to repeatedly remind myself that it's only the first week.
Apparently, CBS/Big Brother has asked the houseguests to not make racial or derogatory remarks against others in the house, but that's the EXTENT of CBS/Big Brother's willingness to get involved.
Whether or not the racial slurs make it to the CBS broadcasts of Big Brother remains to be seen, but in my opinion, hiding it exacerbates the problem. My guess, CBS will pretend the racism, misogyny, and homophobia inside the Big Brother house does not exist, which is unfortunate.
Big Brother 15 premieres Wednesday, June 26 at 8/7c on CBS.
Following the premiere on Wednesday, Big Brother will air three nights weekly – Sundays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. The live eviction show hosted by the lovely Julie Chen happens on Wednesdays this season. Also new, Big Brother: After Dark will air on TV Guide Network (TVGN), not Showtime.