Punishment in ‘Big Brother Australia’ in a pool in the cold of 7 ° C goes viral and Brazilians demand the same in ‘BBB’

Punishment in 'Big Brother Australia' in a pool in the cold of 7 ° C goes viral and Brazilians demand the same in 'BBB'

Will we have new dynamics in “Big Brother Brasil 22”? Reality fans want this to happen. Especially if the inspiration was “Big Brother” from Australia. In the current version of the gringo reality show, one challenge has attracted attention: contestants can press a button in the garden that randomly decorates or rewards them. In the video that went viral this week, Daniel Hess squeezes and cannot step on the floor, or the entire house will be punished. The brother does not take long to step on the grass and all his co-workers count up to a thousand in an icy pool, cold of 7 ° C. And gets worse.

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In a fickle mood, Daniel begins to count half and half, so that they stay there longer. Coworkers have fun in spite of peers. But will there be any new contestants to hate?

In addition to this test called “Big Red Button Week”, the Australian event has some differences from the Brazilian version, such as the lack of pay-per-view and the public vote only being present in the final. That is, during the weeks the brothers themselves decide who will leave the house.

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Photo: reproduction

Here in the country, netizens were surprised by the dynamics, and asked the director of the reality show, Bonniho, to do the same here.

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Photo: Playback / Twitter

Photo: Playback / Twitter

Photo: Playback / Twitter

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About the author: Cory Weinberg

Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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