The premiere of the seventh season of “Big Brother Canada” has concluded, and host Arisa Cox closed out the show by revealing a huge twist: one more houseguest will be entering the #BBCAN7 house — unbeknownst to the 14 who just moved in.
But that’s not all: Viewers can vote for one of two potential competitors to enter the house, and as of right now fans can head to BigBrotherCanada.ca to cast their votes, with the winner to become the final houseguest to join the spies of season 7.
The two potential houseguests are…
- Cory Kennedy, a 29-year-old elementary school teacher from Sussex, NB. “This energetic schoolteacher believes she’s fully equipped to take the house by storm with her smarts, social skills and physical capabilities,” reads her bio.
- Holly Noseworthy, a 33-year-old armoured car guard from Conception Bay, NL, whose bio reads, “With nerves of steel, this proud Newfoundlander has no problem telling it how it is. Holly embodies true spy-like qualities with her training and skillset in security, which she plans to use to her advantage.”
Voting closes at 3 p.m. ET on Thursday, March 7. On Thursday night’s episode, viewers will find out which of the two has been selected for the game-changing twist that’s sure to send houseguests into a tailspin.
For fans looking for an extra dose of “Big Brother Canada” this season, eviction night begins on ET Canada. Starting on Thursday, March 7, “Big Brother Canada” personality Ika Wong joins the ET Canada team as our special correspondent, bringing viewers unprecedented access every Thursday night, all season long.
Tune in to ET Canada each week before an all-new episode of “Big Brother Canada” for exclusive content viewers won’t see anywhere else.