‘Big Brother’: Potential ‘All-Stars’ Player Called ‘Truly Homophobic’ by Season 12’s Ragan Fox

TV personality Ragan Fox speaks at Reality Rocks Expo - Day 2 at the Los Angeles Convention Center
TV personality Ragan Fox speaks at Reality Rocks Expo – Day 2 at the Los Angeles Convention Center | Alberto E. Rodriguez

Ragan Fox on ‘Big Brother 12′

In 2010, then 34-year-old West Hollywood-based college professor Ragan Fox competed on Big Brother 12. He initially played an under-the-radar game and created great relations with Matt Hoffman and Annie Whittington.

The college professor became the season’s second Saboteur and successfully wreaked havoc on the house for two weeks, earning $20,000 without his houseguests suspecting him.

Ragan nails OTEV and MEOW MEOW in the head with the CD!

Although the official cast for the highly anticipated Big Brother 22: All-Stars will be revealed live on the premiere, many insiders believe they already know which houseguests are coming back. BB12’s Ragan Fox, known for his heated arguments with Rachel Reilly Villegas, recently took to Twitter to call out CBS for potentially casting someone who is “truly homophobic.”

TV personality Ragan Fox speaks at Reality Rocks Expo – Day 2 at the Los Angeles Convention Center | Alberto E. RodriguezRagan Fox on ‘Big Brother 12′

In 2010, then 34-year-old West Hollywood-based college professor Ragan Fox competed on Big Brother 12. He initially played an under-the-radar game and created great relations with Matt Hoffman and Annie Whittington.

The college professor became the season’s second Saboteur and successfully wreaked havoc on the house for two weeks, earning $20,000 without his houseguests suspecting him.

Ragan nails OTEV and MEOW MEOW in the head with the CD! #BB12 #BBMarathon pic.twitter.com/zVrv9JhFtf

— MichelefromdaBronx (@UgotBronx) June 4, 2016

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Eventually, the 34-year-old figured out the dominating Brigade alliance and named all its members to his friend, Hoffman. The “Brains” informed the rest of his allies that Ragan was on to them, making the college professor the number one target in the house.

After saving himself from elimination by winning the Power of Veto, he ended up on the block again the following week. The college professor pulled out another win but ended up going home the next week after barely losing the classic Otev competition.

‘All-Stars’ returns for the first time since 2006

On July 22, 2020, TMZ revealed several potential All-Stars houseguests who arrived in Los Angeles for COVID-19 testing and began their two-week quarantine period.

After months of silence, CBS finally released a promotional video confirming the heavily rumored All-Star season the following day. It announced BB22 would feature all returning players with some winners and have a live move-in for the second time in the show’s history.

As one of the first Los Angeles-based reality series returning to production during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the network has released a set of protocols to ensure the houseguests’ and crew’s safety.

Get ready to expect the unexpected! Watch the first ever LIVE move-in and #BB22 cast reveal during the 2-hour season premiere on Wednesday at 9/8c on

Source:: Showbiz Cheat Sheet

      

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