Of course the houseguests on Big Brother are being filmed 24/7. Sometimes, certain waldrobe malfunctions happen. This time, the problem was with houseguest Howard. He had a little NSFW slip on the live feeds.
David Girton was the first houseguest out of the Big Brother 15 house, but he didn't care. He was happier with the fact he had a showmance. He had a showmance with Aaryn Gries, who he's still rooting for despite the fact she's a racist.
Spencer Clawson is among a few Big Brother 15 houseguests who have been getting some serious attention from the media for being racist in the house. Now his Mom is coming to his rescue claiming her son is not a "bigot or a racist" and that Spencer is a "good guy".
Many fans of Big Brother are wondering what does the shows host think of all the nastyness in the house? Well, Julie Chen has a response for all the racism and homophobia in the Big Brother 15 house. She responded during "The Talk". Watch it here:
So it looks like another Big Brother 15 houseguest is in some serious hot water due to their mouth. This time sites are set on Spencer Clawson. His employer Union Pacific is not very happy, or pleased, at what Spencer has been saying on the live feeds.
Warning: Some major spoilers ahead, and also some major drama. Click away now if you don't want to read. It appears that many reliable Big Brother websites are reporting that Jeremy and Aaryn cheated during the recent HoH competition. Will CBS address the cheating?
So it looks like we weren't the only ones who noticed Aaryn Gries being racist on Big Brother. Zephyr Talent, the modeling agency that Gries worked for out of Austin Texas, announced late last night that Aaryn was being released from her contract with the agency.
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