“Inside Dish” has just released its first Big Brother 11 Friday Edition episode where this week’s guest is Big Brother host Julie Chen! Ross Mathews does a great job of getting Julie to open up and express her opinions on the HGs from the current and past seasons. Considering Julie stays very professional by not expressing her personal views towards the HGs (hence her nickname “Chenbot”) this is a real treat to her thoughts on the game.
The special treat doesn’t stop there though. Watch out for yours truly at about 9:15 into the video when Ross takes my call and I get to chat with the Queen of Big Brother herself. While it didn’t make it into the video I did manage to slide a “but first” into the discussion with a congratulations to Julie on her pregnancy.
From here on out we’ll be getting new weekly “Inside Dish” episodes each Friday featuring that week’s evicted HouseGuest. Hopefully we’ll get a chance to submit some more questions in from all of you readers here on the site!
When you’re done watching the video below, stay in watch-mode and check out the live feeds. Last night was awesome to catch up on what was going on inside the house. I get the feeling there is going to be a ton of mischief to keep us busy.
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