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‘Big Brother: All-Stars’ meet their competition in Season 22 premiere

‘Big Brother: All-Stars’ meet their competition in Season 22 premiere

“Big Brother” was back Wednesday with a live two-hour Season 22 premiere that revealed just who the new houseguests would be.

The show, delayed more than a month due to the coronavirus pandemic and took precautions in order to film, like the cast members being quarantined for two weeks prior to move-in day.

The show aired the live move-in of the 16 returning all-stars from previous seasons, with host Julie Chen Moonves greeting them in small groups of four and staying 12 feet apart. The cast also wore masks.

“All of this season’s houseguests have been individually quarantined for the past two weeks,” Chen Moonves said during the episdoe. “You’ve all been tested multiple times for Covid-19, as have I, and you are all clear to play this game.”

The cast includes from past seasons: Cody Calafiore, Memphis Garrett, Christmas Abbott, Kevin Campbell, Nicole Franzel, Ian Terry, Daniele Donato, Da’Vonne Rogers, Tyler Crispen, Enzo Palumbo, Keesha Smith, Kaysar Ridha, David Alexander, Janelle Pierzina, Bayleigh Dayton and Nicole Anthony.

Once inside the house, the cast removed their masks and started the first competition, solving a puzzle to move ahead. Abbott wins this one and advances to the next competition.

In a game called “Star Steppin,” the contestants race across a star-studded field in which some stars are not stable. If you don’t remember which ones are flimsy, you must start again.

No one is evicted in “Big Brother” night one. On Sunday, Calafiore gets to nominate two fellow houseguests for eviction.

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BTS performs explosive hit ‘Dynamite’ on ‘America’s Got Talent’

BTS performs explosive hit ‘Dynamite’ on ‘America’s Got Talent’

BTS performed “Dynamite,” the group’s first all-English release, on “America’s Got Talent” on Wednesday.

Group members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook sang and danced to their hit outside on a set featuring an amusement park, gas station, a restaurant and a theater, complete with fireworks.

The episode was the second of the semi-finals results shows, and will move five acts into the Top 10.

“Dynamite” has spent two weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100.

BTS’ “Break the Silence: the Movie,” an upcoming concert film that documents last year’s “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” world tour, is set to premiere on September 24.

In 2018 BTS performed “Idol” on the “America’s Got Talent” stage.

Jaden Smith launching racial and social justice series on Snapchat

Jaden Smith launching racial and social justice series on Snapchat

Jaden Smith is following in the footsteps of his famous mother with his own social media show. Smith, the son of Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith, will host “The Solution Committee” on Snapchat. The Snap Original series is being billed as the 22-year-old seeking “out the help of young activists and celebrity friends to…Continue Reading

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