Big Brother 23, is the twenty-third season of the television reality program Big Brother. This season premieres on July 7, 2021, with a live move-in on CBS in the United States. The show chronicles a group of contestants, known as HouseGuests, as they compete to be the last competitor remaining to win a grand prize of $500,000.
This season’s cast includes a Flight Attendant, Attorney, Forensic Scientist, and a Make-Up Artist, and already one contestant—Christie Valdiserri—has had to drop out of the series after testing positive for coronavirus.
Meet Brent Champagne
Brent Champagne is from Cranston, Rhode Island. He is one of the 16 Big Brother contestants. Brent is 28 years old and is a Flight Attendant.
Brent says his strategy for winning Big Brother is heavily dependent on hos social abilities. He says: “My primary strategy for winning Big Brother is heavily dependent on my social abilities. I’ve been told countless times by many, both peers and strangers, that my charm is POWERFUL. I plan on using this skill in every social interaction in the house, male or female”.
|Age||28 years old|
|Hometown||Cranston, Rhode Island|
|Current City||Cranston, Rhode Island|
- working out
- stock trading
- fishing and
Who are your favorite Houseguest duos?
Those who became best friends in the Big Brother house or had a showmance?
Tyler Crispen and Angela Rummans from BB20.
What are you most excited about living inside the Big Brother house?
Meeting all my new castmates! I’m a social butterfly. I truly live for these moments.
What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house?
I think it’s very normal to assume that personal privacy no longer existing will be a bit of an adjustment. That, to me, will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house.
What would you take into the house and why?
- Note pads/pens so I could take detailed notes of small, medium, or large events happening throughout the Big Brother house for later use in the game.
- iPod: Hype music is everything when it comes to athletes.
- Money counter: makes it a heck of a lot easier to count $500,000 than by hand.
Fun facts about Brent:
- I am a former D1AA collegiate athlete. (Injury ended it before it really began.)
- I am a former live lottery television host for Rhode Island Lottery.
- I won my very first car, a 2008 Honda Civic, in a video making contest.
- I quit my jobs in the summer of 2016 to take a road trip around the United States in that very Honda Civic. Five weeks and 9831.2 miles later, my desire for spontaneous adventure and experiences only grew.
- I created and have my own personal fishing website.