“Big Brother VIP”, the Australian version of “Celebrity Big Brother” is running down under and the news from the “Big Brother” hotel is juicy. Since we are fresh from the current season of “Big Brother” and not yet on the next season of “Celebrity Big Brother” here in the USA, we are looking forward to some showmans and dramas from the hotel!
The celebrities who currently reside in the Big Brother house in Sydney, Australia are competing for a US $ 100,000 prize that will be donated to a charity of their choice. Omarosa, Caitlyn Jenner, and Meghan Markle’s brother Thomas Markle, Jr. are among the celebrity guests. Of course, what we want to know is whether we can see Big Brother VIP in the US
Here’s what you need to know:
How to watch ‘Big Brother VIP’ in the US
“Big Brother VIP” is a spin-off of “Big Brother” currently broadcasting in Australia. The twist this year is that house guests are staying in a hotel rather than a house, a promo for the show revealed. This season is the second season of the celebrity version of “Big Brother” in Australia and the first celebrity season since 2002, as the “Big Brother” wiki revealed.
The easiest way to watch Big Brother VIP in the US is through a VPN. A VPN enables super fans of the “Big Brother” franchise to change the location of their computer to another country – in this case Australia – so that the 7plus.com.au website is accessible in the USA
A free 30-day trial of a VPN is available from ExpressVPN, which is easy to use and offers a free 30-day trial. After the free trial, it costs $ 8.32 per month if you choose the $ 99.95 annual plan. A six-month plan for $ 59.95 costs $ 9.95 per month. If you just want to watch Big Brother VIP month to month, it costs $ 12.95 per month.
The cast of “Big Brother VIP” includes a few well-known Americans
The cast of the second season of the Australian version of “Celebrity Big Brother” consists of a who’s who of actors, athletes, models, reality TV stars and Meghan Markle’s brother. They live in the Big Brother Hotel, which was built especially for the show in Sydney’s Olympic Park, Metro reported.
American Big Brother fans will know best Caitlyn Jenner, Omarosa, and Thomas Markle, Jr., who are all part of the cast for this season. Former Australian “Big Brother” houseguest Danny Hayes, “Australian Survivor” alum Luke Toki and “Married at First Sight’s” Jessika Power are also part of the cast. Actors Bernard Curry and the athletes Dayne Beams and Matt Cooper as well as the models Ellie Gonsalves, Imogen Anthony and Josh Carroll complete the cast.
This is also the first season of “Big Brother VIP” on Channel 7+ in Australia. “Big Brother” was previously broadcast on Channel 10 and Nine Network in Australia, the “Big Brother” Wiki reported. The cast was mixed up when they checked into the Big Brother hotel, Metro revealed. They were given a ration of food for three days.
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