As with any great vacation, the Houseguests will start their summer of fun in an ultra-modern air terminal/living room where a “Departures” sign lists the exotic destinations featured throughout the house. The air travel theme continues in the kitchen, with an island built from the cowling of a 727 jet engine, and souvenir-themed plates, glasses and snow globes. In an African safari-themed room, Houseguests can lounge inside a “glamping tent,” then “travel” to the bustling Shibuya section of Tokyo with its pop-art graphic mural and neon signs, and to London with its cobblestone floor and Union Jack fabric in the bedrooms.
“It’s going to be 99 days of twists and turns, with a few secrets along the way. But we’re most looking forward to those moments that even surprise us...because it wouldn’t be BIG BROTHER without unexpected ‘showmances,’ meltdowns and blindsides.”