Big Brother Canada Reveals Season 2 Houseguests
The SLICE network has revealed the identities of the houseguests who will move into the "Big Brother Canada" house for the second season of the reality show – it debuts on March 5th.
Adel Elseri: A self-proclaimed spoiled brat from Alberta with a penchant for drama-inducing dilemmas.
Andrew Gordon: A charming, tri-lingual, Montréal-born macho man with a travel bug as big as he is.
Anick Gervais: A small-town Ontario gal who meditates and wants to inspire the world with her spirituality.
Arlie Shaban: A salesman and über-fan from the Greater Toronto Area who has mastered the art of strategy.
Heather Decksheimer: A promotional model from Edmonton who is as bubbly as she is blonde.
Ika Wong: A Jamaica-born bombshell running her own business and living in Thornhill with her two children.
Jon Pardy: A goofy Newfoundlander and minor league hockey player who is always the life of the “pardy.”
Kenny Brain: A handsome East Coaster and all-around athlete with a competitive streak.
Kyle Shore: A self-assured Nova Scotian with big biceps and an ego to match.
Neda Kalantar: A fashion stylist from BC ready to storm the house with her no-holds-barred attitude.
Paul Jackson: A loving father, loyal husband, and motivational speaker living in Toronto.
Rachelle Diamond: A healthy and fit girl-next-door from Alberta earning a degree in psychology.
Sabrina Abbate: A lively Italian from Montreal who’s not afraid to push boundaries and buttons.
Sarah Miller: A mortgage broker and mother of two living in BC with a personality as sweet as it is spicy.
The "Big Brother Canada" houseguests move in to an all-new BB house outfitted with 85 cameras and over 80 microphones and will compete for a grand prize of $100,000, a $25,000 gift card from The Brick, and a $10,000 trip of a lifetime courtesy of Twistos.
“The inaugural season of 'Big Brother Canada' set network records for Slice on-air and online, and featured one of the most shocking season finales in the 'Big Brother' franchise’s history,” said Barbara Williams, Senior Vice President of Content at Shaw Media, in a press release. “Our new houseguests range from fiery and fun-loving to strategic and strong-headed and putting them together under one roof is a recipe for reality success in this all-new season of secrets.”
"Big Brother Canada" airs three nights a week on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 9pm starting March 5th. The Big Brother Canada Side Show, featuring show host Arisa Cox and season one fan-favourites Gary Levy and Peter Brown, airs Thursdays at 10pm. Big Brother Canada After Dark airs seven days a week from 2-5am.
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