Big Brother Season 15 (US) Names 16 New Houseguests

Big Brother Season 15 (US) has revealed the names of 16 new houseguests who will enter the Big Brother house this summer. This season, the show will be hosted by Julie Chen and will feature two new twists!

Big Brother 15 New Housemates

According to press release by CBS, “the first twist is a series’ first: instead of two Houseguests being nominated each week for eviction, as in past seasons, contestants will nominate three in this summer’s edition. This process will be further explained during the season premiere.” Check the complete report here.

Here are the names of our 16 new houseguests this season.

Kaitlin Barnaby, 23f from Minneapolis, Minn.
Occupation: Bartender

Spencer Clawson, 31 from Conway, Ark.
Occupation: Railroad Conductor

Judd Daugherty, 26 from Etowah, Tenn.
Occupation: Property Appraiser

David Girton, 25 from San Diego, Calif.
Occupation: Lifeguard

Aaryn Gries, 22 from San Angelo, Texas
Occupation: College Student

Andy Herren, 26 from Chicago
Occupation: Professor

Helen Kim, 37 from Chicago
Occupation: Political Consultant

Jessie Kowalski, 25 from San Antonio, Texas
Occupation: Unemployed

Jeremy McGuire, 23 from Katy, Texas
Occupation: Boat Shop Associate

McCrae Olson, 23 from Oak Grove, Minn.
Occupation: Pizza Delivery Boy

Howard Overby, 29 from Hattiesburg, Miss.
Occupation: Youth Counselor

Elissa Slater, 27 from Kannapolis, N.C.
Occupation: Nutritionist

Candice Stewart 29 from Houston, Texas
Occupation: Pediatric Speech Therapist

Nick Uhas, 28 from New York City
Occupation: Entrepreneur

Gina Marie Zimmerman, 32 from Staten Island, N.Y.
Occupation: Pageant Coordinator

Amanda Zuckerman, 28 from Boynton Beach, Fla.
Occupation: Real Estate Agent

The winner who is able to outwit and outlast the rest of the team players, will walk away with a $500,000 prize.

Big Brother Season 15 premieres Wednesday, June 26 at 8/7c, then will air three nights weekly – Sundays at 8, Tuesdays at 9 and live eviction shows Wednesdays at 8.

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