‘Big Brother Canada’ Season 4 house: tour the Las Vegas-themed set, the ‘BBCAN Grand’
Although what happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas, what happens in the Big Brother Canada house is for the whole country to see.
Welcome to the BBCAN Grand — the newly revamped, Las Vegas-inspired Big Brother Canada house. Lavish and glamorous, the BBCAN Grand raises the stakes, having been completely transformed into a swanky residence with a high-roller Vegas theme.
Sporting a vibrant colour scheme, splashy décor, and extravagant rooms, the Season 4 houseguests have struck it lucky with this year’s glitzy accommodations, including a disco-themed hot tub area, an indoor pool, the most extravagant Head of Household room ever and two impeccably appointed bedrooms — perfect for late-night alliance strategy sessions or getting cozy with a showmance.
The BBCAN Grand boasts 75 microphones, 98 cameras, 9,000 4-LED light bulbs, 11,000 combined ft of structural beams, 15,000 feet of fibre, 35,000 feet of camera cables, 200,000 feet of video cable and 200,000 individual LED lights.
This season, Big Brother Canada celebrates the year of the wildcard — the unpredictability of Big Brother, plus the international wildcard houseguests, and the guaranteed chaos that ensues once the series gets rolling. Once the houseguests check in to the BBCAN Grand, they will have to take huge risks, gamble on their fate, and bluff their competitors to win big. But what they can never forget is that Big Brother is the Dealer… and The House always wins.
The four international former houseguests vying for a spot in the Big Brother Canada house are Jase Wirey (Big Brother US), Nikki Grahame (Big Brother UK), Tim Dormer (Big Brother Australia), and Veronica Graf (Big Brother Italy). Fans can vote now for their favourite male and favourite female international wildcard until Thursday, March 3 at 3 p.m. ET.
Following a coast-to-coast casting call, a new group of houseguests are moving into an overhauled Big Brother Canada house outfitted wall-to-wall with cameras and microphones capturing their every move. The houseguests compete for a grand prize of $100,000, a $25,000 gift card from The Brick, and an OxiClean prize pack valued at $10,000 that includes $500 of fabric care products and a $9,500 wardrobe makeover.
Big Brother Canada premieres on Global, Wednesday, March 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT and airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT (eviction episode), and Sundays at 7 p.m. ET/PT. Viewers who miss the premiere can catch up on Big Brother Canada for free following the broadcast the next day on BigBrotherCanada.ca and Global Go.
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