Big brother 22 Wednesday night begins with a two-hour premiere on CBS, and its all-star houseguests have been in quarantine Angeles in the Los Angeles area for two weeks before entering Soundstage House.
Some of them tested positive for ᴄᴏᴠɪᴅ-19, host Julie Chen Moonves said today on CBS’s Los Angeles-affiliated KCAL. But the video of that interview, which was posted today on Facebook and the CBS Los Angeles web site, is now missing from both sites.
In a clip from the interview so far removed, Julie said, “Well, here’s why I don’t know the final list, because we flew in a group of people – over 16 and some people I thought were certain As he was going home, he tested positive for 19–19, so he could not go in. ”
She then echoed the show’s over-used catchphrase: “And I thought, you know, expect the unexpected. It’s always changing.”
Why was that interview removed? Why would a news outlet delete an interview? His statement does not identify anyone, either by name or otherwise, so it is not defamatory. CBS LA is owned by CBS Television Stations, part of the parent company of CBS Entertainment, ViacomCBS, which airs. elder brother. Was there some kind of corporate pressure, and if so, why?
In another interview conducted today, Julie told something different to Portland’s CBS affiliate, Koin: “I don’t even know if I sit here and talk to you two, I don’t even know the last 16 houseguests who are returning. . And I didn’t want to know, because I knew that I was talking to you two women and I would like that to happen. Yes i can’t wait to do it, And I will ruin it. ”
Both interviews aired today, and in both interviews Julie was interviewed remotely from the same location.
Her now-deleted CBS LA interview — and the admission that at least two houseguests were removed from the cast due to her diagnosis – previously confirmed online reports that potential All-Star houseguests had tested positive. Julie did not recognize anyone by name.
However, earlier rumors and reports stated that “two winners” were removed from those artists. The ScreenRant report further stated, “It’s likely Josh and Kise are increasing” They were two, because “Josh was seen in the state party” [Florida’s] The largest city “and” without any social disturbance has already disregarded the security protocol. ”
His behavior during the past few months — including partying with other former artists in Miami while wearing masks or not physically away from other people — despite being in one of Pandam’s seers. Feeling irresponsible. But Josh says that his “health is great” and that “rumors” are innocent.
Josh Martinez is in Los Angeles, but is certainly no longer sequenced: He was interviewed by Pepperrazzi on Monday night in Hollywood, and confirmed that he was not on BB22.
today, He tweeted, “There is a lot of speculation about me being in this season of elder brother Allstars. I can say that I will not be in this season. There have been many rumors about me in the last few days that I cannot address but to be clear my health is very good. ”
In Another tweet, He wrote, “Whatever rumors you read about me, don’t believe them. To be honest, I am amazed that I could not be more grateful to everyone at CBS but have always been part of changing my life for the great, the supportive, and the better. “
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new Big brother 22 The design of the Soundstage House was unveiled on Monday, incorporating elements from previous seasons in various locations in production designer Scott Story’s design. (Read my interview with Scott Store about how he designs Big Brother homes.)
Julie Chen said in an interview that she had yet to see it in person, and would only be on set for rehearsals for the first time today.
As houseguests, Julie told Entertainment Tonight that they are currently “by themselves in the homes we rented for them.” They are getting an investigation done every few days. They will go inside after being clean and clear for at least 14 days and then once they are indoors they will be tested. They have no contact with anyone. ”
Julie said that her exit interview would be held face-to-face with people living outside the home, though with some changes, a studio would start with a lack of audience.
“I am testing. I’m testing again and then I’m going to do more tests. By the time they are evicted I will be ahead of the homeowners. No hugs, not even a chainboat handshake, ”she said. “There’s too much on the line to not go above and beyond the protocol to make sure everyone is safe,” Chen said.