The 16 new houseguests will compete for $500,000 in season 20 of the CBS show that will once again be hosted by Julie Chen. The cast includes a flight attendant, a former undercover cop and a Vegas entertainer, with ages ranging from 21 to 40.
CBS All Access subscribers will get first dibs at meeting the new cast with livestream interviews starting at 8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET on Monday. Big Brother's two-night premiere will air on Wednesday, June 27 and Thursday, June 28.
That's not all that fans have to look forward to this season! Chen took to Twitter on Sunday to announce that Marissa Jaret Winokur and Ross Mathews — the winner and runner-up of Celebrity Big Brother, respectively — will be hosting a new Facebook Watch show, where houseguests will appear after their eviction.
"We loved them so much on BB Celeb we thought who better to continue the conversation with them after I'm talking with them," Chen said in a video posted to Twitter. "Plus, they're super fans so you know they'll be just as into it as we all are."
Life motto: "Learn to walk with Kings and Queens but never lose the common touch. It's easy to start pumping your head up with nonsense when you feel like you've accomplished a little and I've seen a lot of people lose their head once they start succeeding. My goal is to always know where I come from and who I am supposed to be serving. A wise man once said BE HUMBLE. SIT DOWN."
Fun fact: "Gets hit on every day while being a flight attendant."
Life motto: "Be yourself and things will fall right into place. Be somebody else and things will fall right on your face. Yes, I made that up myself. But it's a real life motto for me. At the end of the day, I tend to be SWAGGY and never try to imitate someone else."
Fun fact: "I hate spending any time at the beach."