Big Brother 21 winner Jackson Michie on why he chose to end his relationship with house guest Kathryn Dunn after a short period of time.
On reality show Big Brother, you're only as strong as your closest ally. We look at the 10 best dynamic duos who took the game and the house by storm.
Big Brother’s Holly Allen has introduced her new "showmance" boyfriend, winner of Big Brother 21, Jackson Michie to her friends and her dogs.
Usually, it would stand to reason that the best player wins. But the complex nature of the game means sometimes the most deserving person doesn’t win.
Big Brother host Julie Chen reacts to former contestant Cassandra Waldon’s tragic death by posting a touching Instagram post about the former player.
Former Big Brother contestant Waldon passed away on September 25th from injuries related to a car accident in Rome while working at the UN.
Big Brother is all about strategic alliances... and that means names! But some of these names are just awful (even if some are awesome).
Big Brother is a show that often involves winning in different ways. This means some winners feel more deserving than others. We rank the last 10.
The winner of Big Brother season 21, Jackson Michie, insists that he isn’t racist or sexist after being confronted with allegations of bullying.
One of the most controversial seasons in Big Brother history, season 21 has officially ended and Jackson Michie is officially the winner.
Big Brother live feed watchers have accused production of rigging the live feeds in order to make contestant Jackson Michie look better to fans.
Big Brother alum Natalie Negrotti announces her split from girlfriend Stephanie Cooler after nearly two years together through an emotional tweet.
One of the most controversial houseguests on Big Brother, Jack Matthews, has been evicted and explains to Julie Chen his crude comments.
Big Brother's Isabella Wang rejects claims of other houseguests being racist as a conscious act, chalking it up to being a part of the game.
Big Brother's Ovi Kabir speaks out about houseguests knowing each other, claiming that the connections give contestants an unfair advantage.