The truth will set you free and that’s exactly what DaVonne did. Her interview with Julie Chen was great and she wasn’t afraid to tell her how she felt about her fellow houseguests.
Last night’s episode saw a possible threat to the “twin twist,” Ginger Fever was still in effect for the week and the POV was at stake for both John and DaVonne.
It was pretty clear after the live eviction ceremony Thursday that the main target for the house is Audrey.
After Wednesday’s premiere episode, last night’s episode could only get better! With so much to talk about even host Julie Chen could barely get her signature “but first,” trademark phrase out.
This season of Big Brother, started off with a bang! Julie Chen announced that this season would have three twists in the Big Brother house, consisting of a “fan favorite,” a twist only the viewers would know about and lastly a new twist they’ve named “BB Takeover.”
After 37 weeks, the wait is finally over! We’ve been introduced to the 14 houseguests of this season’s Big Brother 17 cast.
So you’re thinking about attending the Slide The City event slated to drench Metro Detroit residents — here’s what is known so far.
Apple’s looking at the car business. What’s the end game? AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert has some thoughts
I was half listening to the recent Detroit State of the City speech droning from another room when something struck me. The mayor’s voice sounds very familiar.
I can easily recall the day, September 29, 1975 when WGPR-TV 62 went on the air live for the first time.
GateKeeper, Cedar Point’s first wing roller coaster, finally takes flight.
In a forlorn corner of Cedar Point’s Frontiertown, the longtime owner of the Eden Musee Wax Museum & Chamber of Horrors has died and left his children to run the family business their way — with disastrous results.