The Chenbot's Take on 'Big Brother 11'
The Chenbot's Take on 'Big Brother 11'
The fans have been raving on the sudden Chenbot glow on Big Brother 11.  Even this season's so-called bully Russell couldn't help complimenting the pregnant host on her looks.  But that isn't all there is to Julie Chen, as she blogs about her final thoughts on this year's game.

She headed to her spot at Entertainment Weekly to discuss this season of Big Brother, as well as settle some concerns from viewers of the show.  "I've got some stuff going on (Baby ChenTot is on his way...well, soon!), but it's always a bit sad when I say the final goodnight at the end of each season," Julie wrote.

Some fans wrote in to ask if the show was indeed rigged, since many suspected Natalie of cheating and there was that whole deal with Chima's eviction.  However, the host assures everyone that you simply cannot rig a game show because it's illegal.

"Big Brother is NOT rigged," she explained.  "Our show is about human behavior and the consequences of that behavior.  Sometimes the good guys win...sometimes they don't.  It's like life.  If it was rigged, the show would be boring and predictable!"

Julie Chen also promised to return for the next season of Big Brother, even though she may have mommy duties at the time.  "I cannot imagine having the show continue without me hosting it.  I have so much fun doing it. Thank you!"

As usual, she showed plenty of appreciation for her experience on Big Brother - not just to the fans but to fate as well.  It was nerve-wracking to be an expectant mother on stage, not knowing when the baby would kick its way onto the world.

"I (and my alter ego, Chenbot) would like to thank all of you for supporting the show and supporting me.  I'm not going to even try to spin this...I was sweating much as I wanted to host the Big Brother Finale, I wasn't sure if Baby ChenTot had different plans for me.  We all made it to the end...I thank all of you for your kind words and support.  You have no idea how much this has meant to me.  Big Hug to All!"

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Entertainment Weekly
(Image Courtesy of CBS)