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Big Brother: Why Julie Chen Moonves Thinks The Leftovers Will Make It Far

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  • Posted on 09th Aug, 2022 09:14 AM

Longtime Big Brother host Julie Chen Moonves thinks the Leftovers alliance will stay strong this summer. She is impressed by their gameplay so far.

Longtime Big Brother host Julie Chen Moonves believes the Leftovers alliance will make it far this season. This summer's game has been messy in more ways than one. After settling into the game, the Leftovers alliance was formed by seven houseguests who found themselves on the outside. Joseph Abdin, Taylor Hale, Brittany Hoopes, Kyle Capener, Michael Bruner, Monte Taylor, and Matthew "Turner" Turner all teamed up to dominate the game.

Recently, the alliance of seven masterminded an epic blindside of Ameerah Jones. Following her eviction, Ameerah was shocked to learn about the Leftovers. The alliance secretly devised the plan of sending Ameerah home without allowing any of the other houseguests to speculate they were behind it. In fact, when Julie announced the vote results, the Leftovers alliance, like the rest of the house, acted shocked to hear that Ameerah was evicted instead of Terrance Higgins.


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Blindsiding Ameerah may just be the start of the Leftovers' big game moves this season. Even Julie believes the group of seven will make it far in the game this summer. She shared this revelation with EW in a recent interview. Julie believes that should they continue playing the way they have been, the Leftovers alliance has the potential of going the distance. Prior to this, Julie compared the Leftovers to season 23's legendary Cookout alliance. Not only do the Leftovers work well together, but they also know how to keep their alliance hidden from the rest of the house.

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Although Julie is confident that the Leftovers can continue to secretly blindside the house for the next few weeks, she is worried that they may eventually break apart. She explained that four of the seven members have been close friends let alone allies since the start of the game. Because of this, Julie fears the others may feel like they are at the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to their safety within the alliance. Monte, Joseph, Turner, and Kyle all instantly connected not long after moving into the Big Brother house. Monte and Joseph are even Festie Besties as a part of this season's twist. Unfortunately, due to the four guys' close bond, Julie believes Taylor, Brittany, and Michael may eventually seek out allies within players outside of their alliance.

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If anyone knows what a strong alliance looks like it would be Julie. She has been hosting Big Brother since the start 22 years ago. Therefore, she knows a good alliance when she sees one. So far, the Leftovers have proven to be a well-rounded group while also managing to remain on the down low, which is an essential aspect of the game. Should they remain this way, they have the potential of going all the way this season.

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Source: EW


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