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Celebrity Big Brother's Rumored Season 3 Cast Has Many LGBTQ+ Stars

Celebrity Big Brother's Rumored Season 3 Cast Has Many LGBTQ+ Stars


We might be in for a queer AF season of the addicting celebrity reality series!

A new season of the stateside version of Celebrity Big Brother is just a mere few weeks away, and while the cast of Hollywood players has yet to be 100 percent confirmed and announced by CBS, there are TONS of rumors swirling around online, and from the looks of those rumors, we might be in for one super queer, super addicting season of the beloved reality competition!

According to a post from The US Sun, a bunch of celebrity names are already being tossed around when it comes to the season three cast of CBB, like Keeping Up With the Kardashians' Scott Disick, Vanderpump Rules' Jax Taylor, Survivor's Boston Rob, Flavor of Love star and iconic internet meme queen Tiffany "New York" Pollard, and most notably, out, gay American Idol alum and congressional candidate Clay Aiken (who is no stranger to reality TV after placing second on season five of The Apprentice.)

But the rumors don't just end there.

Though not confirmed, a CBB insider account on Twitter is also claiming to know the entire cast of the upcoming third season, throwing out big, reality TV names out like Real Housewivesof Atlanta star Nene Leakes, popstar Ne-Yo, basketball player Lamar Odom, and many others into the mix.

The LGBTQ+ celebs featured in that tweet include queer celebrity personal trainer and The Biggest Loser star Jillian Michaels, YouTube star and singer-songwriter Todrick Hall, bisexual track and field sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson, and RuPaul's Drag Race legend and A Star Is Born actor Shangela!

Whether or not any of these casting rumors are based in any kind of fact remains to be seen, but it's fun to imagine what kind of great TV we'll be in for with so many different and out-of-this-world personalities sharing one roof, so it looks like we'll just have to wait and see when season three of Celebrity Big Brother premieres on February 2 on CBS and Paramount+ at 8pm!

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