Why Fans Are Saying This Season Of ‘Big Brother: All-Stars’ Is Rigged For Men
When it was announced that season 22 of Big Brother would bring back some of the fan-favorite players from all the seasons for a chance to compete again, fans were over the moon. But now, some think that there was a level of unfairness during the very first challenge. Will this set a bad tone for the rest of the season? Here’s why Twitter is buzzing that Big Brother: All-Stars is rigged.
‘Big Brother: All-Stars’ Is Under Scrutiny For Being Rigged
The first Head Of Household competition of the Big Brother season was met with tons of anticipation. As the 16 returning contestants entered the house in groups of four, host Julie Chen explained that they would be immediately competing for power for the first week. For the challenge, the contestants had to run to the backyard to look at a screen. The screen would flash with a particular object in the house. The contestants would have to find which room that object belongs in. After doing so, the contestants had to run back to the backyard and complete a ball puzzle.
The ball had to fall in the hole with the specific name of the room in the house where the object was found. The first two people in each group to finish within the four-minute time limit moved on to the next part of the Head Of Household competition. The first group of four women entered the house and were scrambling to find an object in one of the rooms in the back of the house. This meant more time running around to look for it, and less time to do the ball puzzle.
A group of four men then entered the house and did not have to travel very far through the rooms to find the object. The second group of four women entered the house and were sent on a wild goose chase to find the object. They each had a difficult time completing the ball puzzle within four minutes.
Twitter Was Buzzing With Anger That The Competition Was Unfair For Women
And finally, the last group of four men entered the house. They zoomed to find the object in the closest room to the backyard. It was so fast, each of them were working on the ball puzzle within the blink of an eye. In the next stage of the competition, those who finished the ball puzzle the fastest moved on to walk across wobbly beams in the fastest amount of time. In the end, it was former soccer player Cody Calafiore who got the fastest time. He became the Head Of Household for the week, giving him the power to put two people up for elimination. But some people were not happy for Cody and instead felt the women were not given a fair shot.
“Ummm #bb22 are we just not gonna talk about the fact that those mazes were rigged in the men’s favor??? Smh even if it’s an accident y’all can’t be that stupid at least give one easy one to each #BigBrother” wrote one fan on Twitter.
Other’s feel the completion is specifically rigged for Cody because his best friend Derrick Levasseur won season 16 and still has heavy ties to CBS.
“#BigBrother such BS. The guys had rooms that were super easy. The girls had the rooms on the very end. Totally rigged to put a guy in charge as usual!” wrote another fan.
If you’re a fan of Big Brother: All-Stars, do you think the competition was rigged?