“Big Brother” host Julie Chen will be returning for the upcoming 21st season of the hit CBS reality TV show. However, it is possible that Season 21 will be her last.

According to Deadline, Chen’s contract will expire at the end of Season 21, and the network still hasn’t renewed it for next year. The host’s fate on the show may change after her husband, Les Moonves, was faced with sexual misconduct allegations last year.

Moonves was fired as the executive of CBS, and his $120-million severance package was also revoked. The heads of the network claimed that they had every right to fire Moonves after he was accused of willful and material misfeasance.

Days after Moonves’ firing, Chen announced her departure from “The Talk.” At that time, she said that she wanted to spend more time with her family.

“I have been at ‘The Talk’ since the day it started nine years ago, and the cast, crew, and staff have become family to me over the years,” she said. “But right now, I need to spend more time at home, with my husband and our young son, so I’ve decided to leave ‘The Talk,’” she added.

Following Chen’s departure from “The Talk,” she announced that she will continue hosting “Big Brother.” She returned to the second season of “Celebrity Big Brother” earlier this year.

But even though Chen will return to the show starting June 25, the host said that she is still standing by her husband. Chen said that Moonves is a good man and a loving father, and he is also a devoted husband and an inspiring corporate leader.

Chen also showed her support for Moonves on air during the finale episode of “Celebrity Big Brother” Season 2. In her closing spiel, Chen told the viewers her full name and said, “I’m Julie Chen Moonves.” Typically, the host just refers to herself as “Julie Chen.”

Meanwhile, this month’s premiere episode for “Big Brother” Season 21 will take place on June 25 at 8 p.m. The two-hour premiere will introduce the 16 new houseguests who will be competing for the $500,000 grand prize.

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