It has been a crazy first week on Big Brother Canada season 3 to say the least. The blonde bombshell cougar Risha was the first to be evicted by Canada in a surprising twist where Canada was the Head of Household.
Host Arisa Cox did let Risha know there is a possible chance she may be able to re-enter the house in the near future and she is currently sequestered. It was announced the first five houseguests who are evicted will compete in a chance to return to the Big Brother house.
One thing Risha is probably glad she missed is some of the comments that have been made in the Big Brother Canada house this week. Housemate Graig was allegedly caught saying that fellow housemates Godfrey and Brittnee would not like a certain competition because it involves water.
It also appears the Sales and Marketing Rep. from Nova Scotia, Willow, also said some comments that could be deemed racist as well. Willow called fellow housemate Naeha “ghetto” and also said comments about Sindy with an S ethnicity.
Jordan Parhar made a joke about production being racist since all the have nots for the week are minorities. “the most racist, sexist, homophobic people in the house.” Live feeds then were temporarily shut off.
Most of the Big Brother Canada houseguests are superfans of the show, whether it be the USA or Canada versions. I know Big Brother USA airs in Canada. Did the Big Brother Canada houseguests miss the controversial Big Brother USA Season 15 where houseguests Aaryn Gries and GinaMarie Zimmerman made several racist remarks in the house about some of their fellow housemates. Their comments ultimately lost them their jobs once exiting the house.
Joking or not, let’s leave racist, sexist and homophobic remarks at the door. We’re here to have a good time and see showmances, arguments and some great reality TV. Plus you don’t want to leave the Big Brother Canada house and realize you are a D-List celebrity with no job.
Tonight’s episode airs on Global TV at 7pm. I’m not sure if these remarks will be on the show or not. This is why sometimes the live feeds are better than the actual show.