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April 21, 2023


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TORONTO, April 20, 2023 – This week on Big Brother Canada, the power dynamic shifted when the “Girly Pops” alliance went from being on the outs to gaining control of the house. Prince Edward Island’s Claudia Campbell won her first HOH of the season, electing to nominate Milton, Ontario’s Hope Agbolosoo and her former showmance, Terrell “Ty” McDonald, for eviction. When Ty removed himself from the block after winning the POV, Claudia took a shot at the other side of the house and placed Kuzie on the block beside fellow “The Crown” alliance member, Hope. Ultimately, the skills coach was unable to rally enough votes to save himself, and Hope danced off to jury by a vote of 4 to 1.

“In this opportunity, you’ve got to be unique, you’ve got to be different,” said Hope. “I didn’t want to play like anybody else. I wanted to come here and be me, because there’s nobody out there like me, except me.”

Following the aftermath of the Fatal Feast, emotions ran high amongst the remaining houseguests who survived the Chain of Safety eviction. However, the top eight jumped right back into game mode to determine a new Head of Household in the “Pick Your Poison” competition. In a tiebreaker round, Claudia beat her BBCAN bestie Shanaya Carter, becoming the new HOH and thereby granting her “Girly Pops” alliance members, Shanaya and Renee Mior, safety for the week. Wanting to make resume moves, Claudia honed in on Ty, her main target, and Hope, whose gameplay she was unsure. Proven comp beast Ty roped in the win during the “Double Dutch” POV competition and secured his safety by using the Veto to take himself off the block. As a result, Claudia dethroned Queen Kuzie and put her on the block for the first time this season, alongside her ally Hope. Both seen as strong competitors, the houseguests decided to evict Hope, sharing one final dance with the evictee before sending him to jury.

In this week’s Head of Household competition, the houseguests competed in the BBCAN trivia classic, “Before or After,” where they had to put their memories to the test. Renee prevailed, recalling the most events that happened this season correctly, making her the new HOH.

Watch the drama continue on Global and STACKTV, Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET/PT to see how Head of Household Renee uses her newfound power. Then on Thursday at 7 p.m. ET/PT find out who gets sent to the jury house in the dreaded Double Eviction.

Season 11 of Big Brother Canada airs three nights a week featuring new episodes every Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET/PT (Head of Household), Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET/PT (Power of Veto) and Thursday at 7 p.m. ET/PT (Eviction). Season 11 houseguests are competing for a grand prize of $100,000 cash, $10,000 towards a brand-new wardrobe, courtesy of WINNERS and $10,000 worth of Shark® and Ninja® products.

Wendy’s® returns as the proud sponsor of “After the Eviction Interview” – an extension to host Arisa Cox’s in-show interviews. Delivering exclusive access to the houseguests directly following their eviction every Thursday, fans can catch the interviews live on the #BBCAN TikTok account @BigBrotherCA, also available on Facebook and the next day. Then watch Global’s The Morning Show Friday morning at 9:30 a.m. ET to catch Hope’s first broadcast interview, in addition to ET Canada at 7:30 p.m. ET on Global.

For the full 360° experience, fans can visit to access the Digital Dailies, houseguest interviews, live show votes, and more. Stream Season 11 live and on demand with STACKTV and access past seasons on and the Global TV App.

Commissioned by Corus Entertainment, Season 11 of Big Brother Canada is produced by Insight Productions (a Boat Rocker company) in association with Corus Entertainment and content powerhouse Banijay, with the deal struck by distribution arm Banijay Rights. Executive Producers are John Brunton, Erin Brock, Eric Abboud, and Arisa Cox.

Corus Entertainment’s Original Content team, driving its slate of unscripted series, is helmed by industry executive Lisa Godfrey as Senior Vice President of Original Content and Corus Studios, and supported by longtime TV veterans Krista Look (VP, Original Content, Lifestyle), and Lynne Carter (Executive in Charge of Production).

Global is a Corus Entertainment Network and is available through all major TV distributors, including: Shaw, Shaw Direct, Rogers, Bell, Videotron, Telus, Cogeco, Eastlink, SaskTel and the new STACKTV, streaming exclusively on Amazon Prime Video Channels. The Global TV App is available on iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Smart TVs, Roku streaming players, Roku TV™ models, and at

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About Corus Entertainment Inc.
Corus Entertainment Inc. (TSX: CJR.B) is a leading media and content company that develops and delivers high quality brands and content across platforms for audiences around the world. Engaging audiences since 1999, the company’s portfolio of multimedia offerings encompass 33 specialty television services, 39 radio stations, 15 conventional television stations, digital and streaming services, animation software, technology and media services. Corus is an internationally-renowned content creator and distributor through Nelvana, a world class animation studio expert in all formats and Corus Studios, a globally recognized producer of hit scripted and unscripted content. The company also owns full-service social digital agency so.da, lifestyle entertainment company Kin Canada, leading 2D animation software supplier Toon Boom and children’s book publishing house, Kids Can Press. Corus’ roster of premium brands includes Global Television, W Network, HGTV Canada, Food Network Canada, Magnolia Network Canada, The HISTORY® Channel, Showcase, Adult Swim, National Geographic, Disney Channel Canada, YTV, Global News,, Q107, Country 105, and CFOX, along with streaming platforms STACKTV, TELETOON+, the Global TV App and Curiouscast. Corus is the domestic advertising representative and an original content partner for Pluto TV, a Paramount Company, which is the leading free ad-supported streaming television (FAST) service. For more information visit

About Insight Productions (A Boat Rocker Company)
Insight Productions, known for its award-winning ratings juggernauts, is Canada’s most established content producer and an industry leader in the development, financing, and production of hit programming. Insight Senior Vice President Erin Brock serves as Executive Producer – alongside Insight’s Chair and CEO John Brunton, on Big Brother Canada. The company has created some of the most dynamic and top-rated programs including ten seasons of ratings hits Big Brother Canada and Top Chef CanadaStronger Together/Tous Ensemble (the largest multi-platform broadcast and highest viewed non-sporting broadcast in Canadian television history); Canada’s New Year’s Eve: Countdown; The Amazing Race Canada (the most watched Canadian show on record); and The Tragically Hip: A National Celebration, a live concert special on CBC watched by one in three Canadians. Insight has collaborated with The Black Academy on The Legacy Awards and with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation on Every Child Matters: Reconciliation Through Education and National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. Insight Productions was founded in 1979 and has since created thousands of hours of ground-breaking content. For more information on Insight Productions, please visit or on Twitter @insightprod or Facebook

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