This isn't the first controversial houseguest in Big Brother history.
While the American spin-off may be a bit tamer than the raunchy U.K. version, that doesn't mean it's going to miss out on any opportunities for drama.
A few conversations featured on live feeds have not aired on television.
The dating show has become a guilty pleasure for many with its steamy hookups and sexy flirtation.
Fans of 'Big Brother' will likely find a similar obsession in 'Love Island,' due to the show's potential for betrayal, backstabbing, alliances and more.
For the first time, evicted players will live alongside the houseguests who voted them out.
With eight people, the alliance can hold the vote for the foreseeable future.
His real name is "Jason Momoa," but mimosas are good, too.
This twists could result in quick alliances or quick enemies.
Buttigieg said foreign interference in U.S. elections has "destabilized" America, and suggested Trump's statements jeopardized the "most sacred thing" in America.
Houseguests are stuck in the Big Brother house for up to 99 days, leaving dozens of hours packed with drama, deceit and romance on the cutting room floor each week.
Jeff Schroeder will be meet the houseguests first.
"But here's the part Trump's really not going to like. His lowest scores were for the attributes of sexy, handsome and physically fit."
The Fed has often been the target of criticism from the Trump administration, and toward the end of last year, the president had reportedly discussed firing Powell.
King's interviews with Kelly supporters and girlfriends Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage will also air during the primetime special.
Fox host Jesse Watters praised King for her jaw-dropping interview with R. Kelly which aired earlier this week, but got her mixed up with Robin Roberts from ABC's "Good Morning America."
The Grammys will air live on CBS on Sunday.
The president will conduct a Super Bowl interview on Sunday, then his State of the Union two days later as the government has temporarily reopened.
"It's hard to compete with the amount of attention something gets when it airs during the Super Bowl," the company's president, George Allen, said.
The network was criticized after it unveiled its election team.
"Of all the cover-up options, spray-on is THE WORST. Even worse than utilizing Michael Cohen," said Avenatti.
"The walls caved in on me," she told Stephen Colbert.
In a special episode of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," the tables were turned on the host.