“Big Brother” Season 21 will premiere this month, and casting rumors have been ripe about the hit CBS reality TV show. Speculations suggest that showmances from previous seasons may return to the program.

Former contestant Jeff Schroeder announced that the cast for this season’s “Big Brother” will be revealed on Monday. Eagle-eyed “Big Brother” fanatics are convinced that veteran players won’t return this season, unlike the previous seasons.

But Season 21 could be a special “duos” edition, which means that popular couples may return to vie for another shot at bringing home $500,000. Unfortunately, CBS has not confirmed or denied the rumors yet. At present, there are eight “Big Brother” couples who are still together.

Twitter user @realkaijames tweeted that if “Big Brother” Season 21 will really bring back eight returnees, her guess is that it would be Tyler Crispen and Angela Rummans from Season 20 or Bayleigh Dayton and Swaggy C from the same season.

There is also a possibility that Jessica Graf and Cody Nickson from Season 19 could return. The couple had a rough time inside the “Big Brother” house years ago when their housemates kept targeting them for eviction.

After failing to bring home the $500,000 grand prize, Cody ended the season by being named as America’s Favorite Houseguest. He also brought home a $25,000 cash prize.

The athletic couple was also invited to compete in the “Amazing Race” and won. Recently, Jessica and Cody welcomed their firstborn daughter.

Victor Arroyo from “Big Brother” Season 17 and his girlfriend, Nicole Franzel, from Season 16 is also speculated to return. However, this is highly unlikely as Nicole has already competed in “Big Brother” twice.

Several “Big Brother” fans also said that they don’t want to see previous showmances return to the reality TV show and compete as a duo. This is because there should always just be one winner at the end of every season.

But as host Julie Chen would always tell the houseguests, they should expect the unexpected. “Big Brother” will return to CBS on June 25 with a two-hour premiere.

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