Big Brother 14 premieres tonight but we’ve got what could be a major Big Brother spoiler / rumor on our hands from the first episode of the Big Brother 2012 season!
CBS released photos of the first episode of Big Brother 14 today ahead of tonight’s premiere and of course we were all over them. Because we’ve got our eye on EVERYTHING Big Brother, we couldn’t help but notice the photo shown above with host Julie Chen. Usually the premiere episode of Big Brother involves the Houseguests entering the house and playing their first Head of Household competition.
The first time we see the two couches come together is on the first eviction night. So why is Julie standing in front of these couches on Big Brother 14 premiere night? Interest piqued, we took a look at the embedded caption that comes with all of CBS’ photography and it says the following:
Julie Chen about to interview the 1st Houseguest evicted from BIG BROTHER. Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS © 2012 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Notice it says that Julie Chen is about to interview the 1st evicted Houseguest from Big Brother? Could we have our first eviction the night of the premiere? We’ll find out tonight when Big Brother 14 premieres at 9 pm et/8 pm ct on CBS.
Check out all the photos released by CBS from Big Brother 14‘s premiere night.
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