A Breakdown Of The Big Brother 19 Cast
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A Breakdown Of The Big Brother 19 Cast

I think we will 'Expect the Unexpected' from this cast.

A Breakdown Of The Big Brother 19 Cast

Well, Big Brother fans, it’s that time again! The cast has officially been announced and it’s time to start getting back into our summer mode!

For me, it’s not summer without Big Brother!

This year, there are 16 fresh new faces, and just from their bios, I can tell this is going to be an interesting season!

Here are the cast’s bios


Here is my take on the houseguests this season:

  1. Alex Ow

Born and Raised in California, Alex reminds me of season 16’s Pow Pow. She seems a little quirky, but normal enough.

Alex claims to be a superfan but didn’t even know that Jeff Schroeder (seasons 11, & 13), one of the most popular Big Brother players of all time, was interviewing her, which he has been doing for the past few seasons….. We’ll see how this turns out…


Prediction: 11/16

2. Cameron Heard

Ian, I mean Cameron is a microbiologist, and if Big Brother gives him his glasses back, I think he has the potential to win this whole game!

Like many before him (Steve, Ian), that were dorky, but lovable, were also smart, but slipped under the radar, and wound up winning! I think he will be very smart, good at mental comps.



Prediction: Winner!

3. Christmas Abbott

At first glance, Christmas looks tough, and like she might beat you up. Watching her interview, I really think I’m going to like her! She seems very personable and will probably be a Janelle 2.0 at physical comps.

Besides, who doesn’t like CHRISTMAS!?!? Corey Brooks (season 18) would have LOVED HER!!


Prediction: 4/16

4. Cody Nickson

Cody is a father and is giving up his summer with his daughter to be in the Big Brother house. Besides that, he really didn't spark my interest. In Jeff’s interview, he seemed confused/tired. I think we may see an “I didn’t spell anything” part 2 from him.


Prediction: 12/16

5. Dominique Cooper

Ok, I have to admit, I really like Dominique. She seems smart, likable, and may have a good chance of making it far in the competition. Dominique is an engineer for the government, so not only is she smart she probably knows how to get inside information.

I’m looking forward to seeing her play!


Prediction: 5/16

6. Elena Davies

I think Elena may be a hit with the guys. If you know what I mean…. She is a radio personality and seems like she is more interested in keeping America entertained than winning the $500,000….

Elena may surprise us and float her way to the end….


Prediction: 9/16

7. Jason Dent

Jason is a cowboy through and through. He is leaving behind his wife and his child. I think he may be funny, and a hoot in the Diary Room. “Whistle Nut”, as he likes to be called, may rock the social game. He is a newbie to the game, so that might hurt him, as it seems like most of the houseguests are fans.


Prediction: 7/16

8. Jessica Graf

Jessica, Jessica, Jessica. She says she’s a superfan, yet thinks the game only lasts 1 month…. I think she will be very entertaining to watch and again may go over well with the men…

At least she knew who Jeff was….

She doesn’t plan on winning because she wants to come back another season and win…...OK…. This should be interesting….


Prediction: 8/16

9. Jillian Parker

I don't know why, but I got a weird vibe from her the second her interview started…. FLOATER ALERT! I have nothing else to say about her


Prediction: 14/16

10. Josh Martinez

Josea’s brother maybe? The second this guy opened his mouth, I predicted he was going to be the first one out, and I think I’m right.


Prediction: 16/16

11. Kevin Schlehuber

Does anyone get that creepy villain vibe? Father of 7, he is probably just happy to get out of the house. He gave off a weird vibe to me. Being the oldest may come with consequences. Sadly, I think he will be back with his kids very soon.


Prediction: 15/16

12. Mark Jansen

Mark may look like a meathead, but in his interview, he comes off a sweet teddy bear. He seems like one of the most normal castmates this season, and I hope he makes it far.

Although, a showmance might hurt his chances….


Prediction: 3/16

13. Matthew Clines

His interview wasn’t very memorable, but I think that may help him. Matthew seems like he may slip under the radar, and make friends with everyone. He seems like a sweetie!


Prediction: 2/16

14. Megan Lowder

I am predicting right now that she will be the biggest floater of this season if she makes it that far….

Her Rachel laugh may take her out of the competition sooner than later.

I have a headache just watching her interview….


Prediction: 10/16

15. Ramses Soto

Aside from high energy, I think Ramses will be enjoyable to watch. He tried out for the first time and made it, so he HAS to be interesting.


Prediction: 6/16

16. Raven Walton

When did they start letting 13-year-olds into the house? She’s a dance teacher but seems more like one of the students. She may dominate in physical comps though.

Is anyone else getting Bronte vibes from her?

I have a headache again…


Prediction: 13/16

This seems like a very interesting, but quirky cast this season! I can’t wait to see how it all plays out and if my predictions are right!

Make sure you tune into the season 19 premiere Wednesday, June 28th at 8/7c.

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