Top 5 Players We Want To See on Big Brother All-Stars 2
There have been numerous rumors going around that this Summer’s “Big Brother 22” will be another All-Stars season. This is due to the coronavirus pandemic and not having to fly anyone out for interviews.
An All-Star season would be previous houseguests who have already played the game instead of completely new players. And this time it seems like it would be a complete all-star season and not half-veterans, half-newbies. Those seasons haven’t gone over very well in the past.
The first All-Star season was back in season 7 in 2006. Now, reaching the show’s 20th anniversary, this would be a great time for another returnee season. It will also most likely be shorter, due to the pandemic, so this is a perfect time for veterans to come back.
Although we could list at least 40 people, here are the top 5 players we want to see on “Big Brother: All-Stars 2.”
*These players have not been in the house more than once and are not the best competitors but are more fan favorites and would be entertaining. *
Donny Thompson (BB16)
If you didn’t love Donny Thompson, you are lying. He was fun-loving, kind, “dad” of the group. Thompson became the second member of Team America, which was voted on by the fans. He was viewed as the underdog and was wrongfully voted out because people thought he was secretly good at competitions. Eventually, he was voted out, placing 8th, and became the fourth member of the jury. On finale night, Thompson was voted America’s Favorite Houseguest, with 5.2 million views, the highest in the show’s history.
John “Johnny Mac” McGuire (BB17)
Oh, Johnny Mac, how we miss your Diary Room sessions. He was known as the loud and funny one of the group. Johnny Mac was one of the most nominated houseguests in BB history but won a lot of competitions to get himself off the block. He was eliminated in week 9 but also won the Jury Battle Back competition and reentered the game. Eventually, he was evicted again, landing in 4th place. McGuire was in the top three for America’s Favorite Houseguest but lost to James Huling.
Brett Robinson (BB20)
Brett was known for his hilarious personality and arrogance. He was a part of the alliance Level 6, who was dubbed as one of the best alliances of all-time, controlling the house mostly every week. However, his alliance members turned on him in the end and he was voted out unanimously in the Double Eviction, placing 6th. Robinson was also in the top three for America’s Favorite Houseguest but lost to alliance member Tyler Crispen. However, if Brett entered the house again, he would have to enter with his bromance, Winston Hines.
Nicole Anthony (BB21)
America’s Sweetheart! Nicole Anthony was known for her quirkiness, kindness, and great social game. She placed third, after taking power couple Jackson Michie and Holly Allen to the finals with her. Anthony stayed loyal to Ovi Kabir, Kemi Fakunle, Cliff Hogg, and Tommy Bracco, until the end. Her game losing move was not eliminating the couple, but it was all worth it in the end when she took home the title of America’s Favorite Houseguest. We would love to see her play again and win!
Zach Rance (BB16)
Another character in the Diary Room, Zach Rance was a fun, loud, and zany houseguest. Rance got close to Frankie Grande and they were dubbed a bromance, that was until Grande turned on Zach and voted him out in a unanimous vote in week 8. He placed 9th and became the third member of the Jury. As you know, Donny Thompson won America’s Favorite Houseguest that season, but Rance placed in the top three. All we know is if Rance and Johnny Mac were in the house together, it would be a lot of entertainment.
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