Todrick Hall, Shangela, More Rumored to Join ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ Cast
Rumors are flying in the reality TV world. The Masked Singer runner-up, Todrick Hall and Rupaul’s Drag Race superstar, Shangela are said to be joining Season 3 of Celebrity Big Brother. Dancing with the Stars alum Sean Spicer is also rumored to be a part of this season’s cast. If true, viewers are in for the most dramatic season yet when these former talent show contestants join the Big Brother house on February 2.
Fans are eager to see Hall back on their screens after The Bull lost Season 6 of The Masked Singer. Hall is no stranger to reality TV. From American Idol to his Todrick MTV show, the singer continues to use reality TV to his advantage. When he wasn’t on reality TV, Hall used YouTube to catapult his career in music.
It is smart for Hall to join, which will help him get attention for his new album Gaymeova, scheduled to release on January 21. However despite the rumors, it is hard to tell if Hall will be able to join, seeing as though he has a scheduled world tour launching March 12.
The Twitterverse is also hopeful that Rupual’s Drag Race standout, Shangela, will join the cast. Since first appearing on Season 2 of Drag Race, Shangela has become well known in not only the world of drag, but also in mainstream Hollywood. Her larger than life personality makes her a great fit for the show. It will be a welcomed change to the world of Big Brother to see a drag queen compete in competitions while serving us looks.
Controversy in the Big Brother House
Disgraced former press secretary, Sean Spicer, is also rumored to join the cast this season. Since his time in the Trump administration, Spicer has gone on to write a book and even joined Season 28 of Dancing With The Stars.
If true, Celebrity Big Brother may be hoping to gain national headlines for the controversy that Spicer brings. Season 2 of CBB saw another former Trump aide, Omarosa, in the house. The decision was not welcomed, but fans were anticipating White House secrets.
Celebrity Big Brother is a ratings juggernaut. The Season 1 premiere attracted nearly 8 million viewers. If Hall and Shangela walk through those doors, fans can expect to see a lot of them. Big Brother airs three episodes a week, with one of the shows being a live eviction. For 85 days, houseguests live in a two-story house outfitted with 94 HD cameras. There are more than 113 microphones, recording their every move 24 hours a day.