While there’s always a surprising twist every season Big Brother airs, this year it’s a bit more expected than usual.  According to the website Online Big Brother, the notorious house will be heading for a new direction.  The eleventh installment of the hit show will reportedly go green.

Over the weekend, the media was allowed to visit the set of the CBS series and check out what a typical day was like in the house.  Unfortunately for them (and for the fans), the Media Blackout is in effect until June 29.  Even so, it’s always fun to check out what rumors are plaguing Big Brother.

Though the environment-friendly theme of this season remains to be mere speculation, there’s still some truth behind it.  A recent interview with Big Brother‘s executive producer Allison Grodner revealed what to expect come July.

“The house is gorgeous.  It’s a modern house this season, and we’re going green.  Eco-friendly,” she said on the John Jay & Rich Show.  She’s also confirmed that it’s been finalized, along with the members of the cast.

There has also been a number of Big Brother 11 buzz released about the details of the house, and with Grodner’s statement they seem highly believable.  The site reported that going along with the theme is everything else.

It’s been said that the pillows will be made of hemp, the kitchen area looks like a forest and the colorful walls will be fiber-optic textured.  There will also be a huge tank filled with fish in one corner of the house and an eco-fountain in the backyard.  There’ll be motion-censored showers and sinks, but there won’t be a washer for the clothes.  Could it be that they’re giving the houseguests recyclable fashion?

Despite all these tales, we’ll only get to see what’s really going on in the house when Big Brother airs its eleventh season on July 9, 8pm on CBS.

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Online Big Brother
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Maria Gonzalez

Staff Writer, BuddyTV