'Big Brother': Where are the stars of Season 23 now? Cast reunited on Halloween weekend in Florida
Season 24 of 'Big Brother,' everybody's summertime guilty pleasure, is scheduled to premiere on July 6, 2022. The show's Season 23 was one of the most well-received editions in years, with its varied cast and unusual lack of controversy providing a breath of fresh air for longstanding fans.
Those who haven't followed the cast's adventures since the season ended may be wondering what the most current crop of 'Big Brother' houseguests have been up to during the last nine-ten months. They'll be relieved to find that the cherished cast has not vanished. Even though the season finale of 'Big Brother' Season 23 has passed, the cast has remained extremely close. The majority of the group gathered in Tampa, Florida, for Halloween weekend last year. Christian Birkenberger, Tiffany Mitchell, Azäh Awasum, Kyland Young, Sarah Beath Steagall, Hannah Chaddha, Xavier Prather, Alyssa Lopez, Derek Xiao, and Claire Rehfuss are all seen hanging around in a TikTok video posted by Britini D'Angelo.
According to his Instagram stories, Brent Champagne was also present. Christian posted an Instagram story video of himself meeting Kyland and Tiffany at the airport. He pretends to be a 'Big Brother' admirer who can't believe he's run into them in the video. Christian is seen executing a handstand on the arm of a couch in what seems to be a rental property or apartment in a video posted to Britini's Instagram account. Since Xavier earned $750,000 by defeating his 'Big Brother' Season 23 family, he made a great gesture by gifting everyone during the reunion. Tiffany shared a video on Instagram, appreciating Xavier for the Shinola watches.
What are the participants from Season 23 doing now?
Alyssa has had to refute several dating rumors. She had to split up with Christian first, and shortly after that, she was seeing season champ Xavier, which she disputed. Besides, she has professionally modeled for apparel labels, co-founded a bikini line, donated to Hearts Of Reality and Toys For Tots, and will compete on 'The Challenge' in summer 2022.
Azäh, one of the kindest houseguests in Season 23, seemed to have been living her best possible life since her third-place performance. Her Instagram feed shows her traveling, dancing, and aspiring to be a chef. Azäh will also feature in season 1 of CBS's version of MTV's flagship reality show, 'The Challenge.' She isn't the first Season 23 competitor to make the switch to the program.
Brent started his season early, but he's been quite active online. He is particularly interested in NFTs and crypto, and he posts his purchases on Instagram. He has also been highly involved with the charity group Hearts of Reality, appearing at numerous charity events alongside other reality competitors. Brent is also an ardent fisherman, with his blog describing his trips and offering tips to other outdoor enthusiasts.
Britini, who is always vibrant and engaging, has become an internet dance queen. She has pleased viewers online with her dance videos, which she has created in collaboration with other 'Big Brother' stars like Azäh and Hannah. Her TikTok is the perfect place to see them since she has over 300,000 followers on the network. She was also a judge in the Miss Teen USA beauty pageant, and has partnered with several firms to give discounts to her followers, all of which can be seen on her Linktree.
Christian, one of the show's biggest and most beloved himbos, swiftly asked his showmance companion Alyssa to make things official once the season ended. Sadly, they were only together for two days before splitting up. He has kept himself occupied without Alyssa during the previous year by acting and modeling, appearing on podcasts sponsored by 'Big Brother' alumni, and even giving an interview to Brown University, all of which are listed on his Hoo.be website.
Claire was at the core of one of the cast's major stories in the last year. She and Derek X said that they met in the jury house and are now together. She frequently posts adorable relationship photos on her Instagram account. Furthermore, she is also an ardent reader who frequently shares what she is reading on Instagram. Apart from that and her new love, she hasn't spoken much in public, preferring to support Derek's trips.
Derek, the runner-up from Season 23, has been embroiled in some internet controversy with other houseguests in the previous year, while also doing some more typical activities of a prior reality show contestant. DF has participated in charity basketball games with Season 20 player Faysal, and he also co-hosts a podcast with his closest buddy Adam. He also frequents Cookout reunions, hanging out with one of 'Big Brother's most successful and amusing partnerships.
Derek was one of the season's most lovable 'Big Brother' participants, and he has remained popular ever since. He is seeing Claire, will go on 'The Challenge,' and has started posting vlogs on YouTube and Instagram. He has scored product promotion partnership engagements with internet corporations and is also available for booking on Cameo. Likewise, he appears to be attempting to become an influencer, and based on how well he is received, he appears to be succeeding. His Linktree page has a list of all of his links.
Brandon "Frenchie" French
Frenchie's wild two weeks in the home will be remembered forever, and he has kept fans updated ever since. He is often active on Twitter and Instagram, where he shares his life with followers. On Instagram, he is noted for posting photographs of his farm life, while on Twitter, he is known for discussing 'Big Brother' and communicating with his Season 23 housemates. He has also been featured on radio shows to discuss football and is highly interested in NFTs, which he discusses online.
Hannah, the season's youngest candidate, has been considerably more secretive than her 'Big Brother' peers. One noteworthy exception was when reports circulated that she was dating 'Big Brother Canada' contestant Rohan Kapoor, which she promptly refused. Her Instagram is still worth following since it contains photos of her hanging out with other 'Big Brother' contestants. She is also a tremendous fan of her castmates, frequently commenting on their posts.
Kyland made a contentious exit from the house by confronting Xavier, but he has worked hard to restore his reputation since then. On a multitude of venues, he aims at spreading optimism and joy while boosting mental health, with all of his connections on his Buena page. He's also become a fashion influencer, featuring links to his ensembles on his main website. This summer, he'll also be on 'The Challenge' with his potential boo, Tiffany.
Sarah Beth Stegall
SB became a nemesis on 'Big Brother' when she organized the eviction of fan-favorite Derek X, but her post-show efforts have been extremely successful. She has a substantial internet presence, with all of her links available on her Linktree. On her Twitch channel, she broadcasts games like Dislyte, Jump King, and Among Us. She is also an avid cosplayer and markets her crafts and clothing on Depop. She has even been cast as the voice behind certain audiobooks and advertising, and she is available for booking.
Tiffany, the house mom, has sparked debate even after her time in the house concluded. Rumors about her dating fellow houseguest Kyland surfaced as a result of some romantic Instagram posts, but they have yet to be proven. Apart from that, Tiffany has helped launch her skincare firm and has appeared on a variety of podcasts, all of which can be seen on her Linktree profile. While she deserves a second shot in the 'Big Brother' house, she will get another opportunity to compete on CBS's 'The Challenge' this summer.
Travis was hardly one of the more iconic 'Big Brother' first evictees, but his Instagram feed more than makes up for it. It is filled with gorgeous photos of his life in Hawaii. He enjoys photography, and integrating it with his life in Hawaii is a natural fit. His artistic nature images are extremely stunning, and he also has some adorable photos of his partner.
Whitney did not create many waves inside the 'Big Brother' house, but she has made quite a few on the outside. She had a Twitter argument with Derek F in early 2022 about unpleasant comments he made about her on the site, and she was also furious that no one from the season defended her. Little has been said about it subsequently, although her interactions with other cast members and social media activities have decreased. Before that, she appeared in a cookery segment with Azäh and worked as an online cosmetics artist. She has also formed her OnlyFans and is quite active on social media. Her Hoo.be page has all of her links.
Xavier, one of the most famous 'Big Brother' champions, has been fairly quiet over the last year. It's hardly unexpected since he avoided controversy in the Big Brother house as well. On Instagram, he shared a fun moment with 'Big Brother Canada' champion Tychon Carter-Newman. His account also has photos of him modeling. He will, however, be back on camera this summer as another 'Big Brother' Season 23 alum competing on CBS's 'The Challenge' in its debut season.