Big Brother Canada Reveals Season 2 Houseguests

Big Brother Canada

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.

They are:

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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