Actually, not necessarily. I read somewhere she is only contracted to shoot for one week, on top of the two weeks quarantine. This makes sense as she has a tour in the U.S. that kicks off on August 12, so theoretically she’ll likely be out of the country by the end of next week.I bet they manufacture a "twist" to ensure Caitlyn Jenner (who to be fair is usually good value) isn't evicted first.
That's just as bad. They did that in the US with Anthony Scaramucci stating a week in he was a "fake houseguest" - even though that hadn't been declared upfront. At first it appeared to be a lame story to cover him quitting, but he later revealed he signed up for six days only and the "twist" to cover it was revealed to him 15 minutes before leaving the house.Actually, not necessarily. I read somewhere she is only contracted to shoot for one week, on top of the two weeks quarantine. This makes sense as she has a tour in the U.S. that kicks off on August 12, so theoretically she’ll likely be out of the country by the end of next week.
It’s also been very unclear what exactly they’re “playing” for...I wonder with some of the guests being international and not likely to want to hang around in Australia for weeks until the show airs or return and do quarantine again whether they'll be a public vote for the winner, or if they'll either has ex-HMs voting (as in the US) or fudge something so the winner is determined by a competition.
I would think that the talking tribal series has probably all been prefilmed. Interesting that Like could be on two networks at the same time, although Talking Tribal is a web series only.Bit surprised by Luke Toki considering he's doing 'Talking Tribal' for channel 10 every Tuesday after Survivor has finished. I know its the exact same producers who do Survivor or used to. Might be why they added Nick Iadanza to Talking Tribal this season knowing Luke was going on BB VIP.
This is where the UK version faied for me as well, spending not insignificant fees casting Americans who may have been big characters in American reality TV but weren't known at all in the UK. I find it much more interesting watching people who viewers actually know and with the participants having some idea what they're getting in to. For me when you start talking about six figure appearance fees too any uplift in ratings a celebrity version may have over a regular version is pretty much wiped out by the money wasted on fees to attract them.They should’ve spent more of the Jenner/Hopkins/Omarosa money on getting some genuine Australian celebs. They all seem like D listers at best.