Oh Brother! The first week of Big Brother Australia 2020 is done. Listen to Ryan Brink chat with Morgan Ashlee about the first 3 episodes of the brand new season on Channel 7.
The final four Housemates Danni, Hannah, Shane and SooBong entered the Big Brother house via a cage suspended from a crane over the backyard. For every hour that the existing Housemates left the four newbies in caged confinement, they would receive $50 towards their luxury shopping budget. The existing Housemates left the new arrivals hanging for three hours earning $150.
Sarah wasn’t happy to see Hannah but Talia was even less impressed (especially after Hannah asked if she was a stripper) and wanted her gone! SooBong’s insane physical prowess made him an instant target while Angela finally got some tea.
Switching Gears – Playing in pairs, Housemates had to stand together on podiums that swivelled and tilted. There were three different podiums which got progressively smaller and more precarious. At regular intervals, Big Brother instructed Housemates to transition to the next podium. If anyone fell off whilst getting onto the next podium the pair was eliminated. The last pair standing won the challenge.
Talia and Sarah won the power to nominate three Housemates for eviction. They chose SooBong, Hannah and Marrissa. Marissa advised the other Housemates to watch out! but ultimately, self-described terminator SooBong was himself terminated from the game with a whopping 12 votes while the ladies received 2 votes each.
SooBong Hwang, Adelaide –
“Maybe I was overconfident but if I was a threat to Dan I’m going to take it cause that’s who I am. I have a message for the Housemates… have fun, go for fun, enjoy and make a big smile. That’s what I wanted to do so I want you to do exactly the same for me, have fun.”
Ryan chats with the Australian Survivor host Jonathan LaPaglia
Ryan chats with the Australian Survivor Craig I’AnsonPODCAST STREAM/DOWNLOAD Continue reading “Cast Assessment w/ Craig I’Anson| Australian Survivor All Stars 2020”
Do you have what it takes to become the next Sole Survivor?
Head over to Survivor Casting to apply for the new series in 2020 – www.survivorcasting.com.au
Scroll below to view former players share their application video’s.
Additionally here is a PDF created by Conner to help you on your application process – Survivor Audition Video Advice
Check out Champion v Contender application video’s via TENPLAY – https://tenplay.com.au:443/channel-ten/australian-survivor/extra/season-3/australian-survivor-audition-videos
If you are looking for a deeper dive into how to get cast on any reality television show, this video with Survivor winner Parvati Shallow and CBS reality casting producer Lynn Spillman is a must watch before you hit send on your application.
So do you have what it takes to Outwit, Outplay and Outlast 23 other competitors to become Australia’s next Sole Survivor? Good luck – Apply Now.
This Ain’t No Vacation. This Is The Amazing Race Australia.
Coming Soon To 10.
It’s time to pack your bags and get ready to roam the globe. The Amazing Race Australia is coming soon to 10 and it’s the furthest thing from a relaxing vacation.
We call it amazing, but it’s also crazy, ludicrous, outrageous and adventurous. From painfully slow taxi rides to furious camels, our not-so-trusty tour guide, Beau Ryan, will lead 11 teams as they ping pong across the world in pursuit of the $250,000 cash prize.
In a race where every second and every step counts, you’ll need more than brains and brawn on your side. Some teams are even going as far as to call in a favour with the big fella upstairs.
Relationships will be tested, decisions will be second guessed and a meltdown or two will be had. So strap yourselves in and get ready for the race that has it all.