Big Brother 14 casting starts soon, says Big Brother casting director Robyn Kass of Kassting Inc. Robyn has announced via Twitter that we’re just weeks away from audition events being released so grab your Big Brother 14 application now:
#BB14 casting usually starts beginning of March. I’ll know more about open calls mid to late March. I’ll keep everyone filled in!
Even better news is that it looks like BB14 will have an online application option for this upcoming season! Robyn adds that they’re hard at work on staffing up for the casting process and even setting up a new casting site for online submissions. Outstanding!
We’ll continue to monitor the news for Big Brother 14 auditions and share everything we find. Be sure to join us on Facebook, Twitter, and get our email alerts so you won’t miss a single bit of Big Brother spoilers, casting news, and events all season long.
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Big Brother 14 might not be until the summer of 2012 but if you’re outgoing enough to want to be on the next season then don’t wait! Apply now for Big Brother to enter the BB14 house when its doors open again in July 2012.
Check the Big Brother eligibility requirements first, then
fill out the application. See the Update info below.
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A couple of eligibility highlights to keep in mind: you must be 21 years of age at the time of application and you must be a US citizen living here in the States.
Update: Big Brother casting has released new info on BB14’s application process. Don’t submit your paper application! Instead, you need to check out all the details on the new Big Brother application website.
Full application instructions below the break:
Big Brother crowned its 13th winner this week when Rachel Reilly beat out fellow HG Porsche Briggs in a 4-3 vote for the half-million dollar prize. An exuberant Rachel spoke with me in an interview that showed the rush of the win had not worn off even a day later.
Read on for her thoughts on who was the biggest floater this season, what happened with those Jury votes, and if we’ve seen the last of her in the Big Brother house.
Rachel Reilly – I cannot believe this happened! I am freaking out!
Big Brother Network – Congratulations, you deserve it.
Rachel – Thank you. It’s a dream come true my gosh I just can’t believe it.
BBN – What does this mean for you and Brendon?
Rachel – Oh my gosh we’re going to have a dream wedding. What’s funny is last summer I met my fiancé on Big Brother and this summer I won Big Brother.
BBN – Do you think you’ll be having a reality tv wedding?
Rachel – No but that would be hilarious. It would be awesome.
BBN – After Brendon left you completely changed your strategy. It was like two different people. What happened?
Rachel – I saw that Brendon got evicted and then Jeff was getting evicted and I said I was not going down without a fight. I had to fight but I really had to work on my social game. I think I had to be a gracious winner and start branching out to work on my social game. After Brendon left the second time I knew I had to change my game or I would have been evicted and I was not about to get evicted.
BIG BROTHER, the summer reality hit that is wrapping up its most successful season since 2004, has been renewed for its 14th edition to be broadcast next summer on the CBS Television Network.
“Growing a show in its 13th edition on all these platforms is testament to the amazing creativity and energy of our producers. At every step of the way, they deliver innovative twists and turns that consistently evolve this proven franchise and engage one of the most loyal and interactive fan bases on television and online,” said Jennifer Bresnan, Executive Vice President, Alternative Programming, CBS Entertainment.
After record breaking ratings lifted Big Brother above and beyond previous seasons it should come as no surprise that CBS wants to see Big Brother 14 next summer.
Keep checking back and we’ll soon have Big Brother 14 application details posted.
Today Porsche sat down with us to discuss her game play, the choices she made this season, and what she has coming up next in life. Read on to find out who she would have taken to the Final 2, how she would have voted from the Jury, and even why she decided to take Rachel over Jordan further in the game.
Big Brother Network: Would you have kept the deal and taken Rachel if you won Round 3?
Porsche Briggs: I know many people are not excited about this answer, but yes, I would have kept my deal with Rachel. Her and I worked together very well. We had each other’s back. Throughout the game we definitely had a couple of hiccups, but at the end we got back together and I would have kept my deal with her.
BBN: If Rachel had taken Adam to the Final 2, how would you have voted?
Porsche Briggs: I probably would not have. Breaking a deal with someone is big in this game. If she had not taken me I probably would not have given her a vote.
BBN: What made you decide to take Rachel over Jordan to the Final 3?
Adam Poch might not have made it to the Big Brother 13 Final 2 but he sure made a splash with his Jury vote which definitely caught a lot of viewers off-guard. Read on to find out why Adam gave his vote to Porsche, he’s thoughts on a sure-thing win, and what it was like to meet his favorite celebrity.
Chloe: Why did you vote for Porsche to win?
Adam: I voted for Porsche to win because I really wanted to see a new person win the game and because I felt that we had overcome so much to get as far as we got. Having six houseguests who had played the game before and knew what they were doing, that were basically being our puppet masters the first few weeks, getting through all that and to be able to win down the stretch and secure our spots in the final three. I really wanted to see a newbie win the game. I knew my vote at that point didn’t really matter, Rachel was winning the game.
[Editor’s note: This is a different story from what Adam told Evel Dick on finale night. Adam initially claimed he could see Shelly’s vote when she placed it in the holder. Since he knew Rachel would win with Shelly’s vote as the 4th, she didn’t need his vote and so he threw Porsche a bone. Which explanation do you believe is true?]
Chloe: What made you change your mind to play with the vets because you were with the newbies from the beginning?
Adam: Because after week one and the newbies I was working with, that I thought I could trust, two people switched their votes and nobody at the time could figure out who and I just couldn’t trust any of them. I talked to Jordan when she won HoH and I told her I wanted to stay at least through my fortieth birthday and Jordan wanted to make it to jury as well so she could spend the summer with Jeff and Jordan swore on her life to me and I knew she wasn’t just talking. With the newbies, I didn’t know who to believe or who I could trust and that’s the biggest thing in the house, you cannot play the game alone, you have to trust somebody and I felt that trustingJeff and Jordan was the way to go. When Jordan swore on her life to me, I knew that sweet girl would never swear on her life and then backstab or lie to me.