Big Brother News: Rachel Reilly Campaigns For Survivor Cast
Big Brother news reveals that Rachel Reilly has gone on record as saying she will be the first two-time winner of Big Brother. But her ultimate dream is competing on Survivor after being on Big Brother and The Amazing Race. She talked about her goal in an Instagram story and we have some of the exciting details for you here.
Big Brother News: Rachel Reilly Said She’ll Be the First Two-Time Winner
In an Instagram Q&A with fans Reilly was asked if she thinks she’ll “be the first-ever two-time winner of Big Brother?”
For the moment she is a busy mom so the answer is not at the moment. Her daughter Adora is almost five years old and her son Adler was born in November 2020.
But she’s “certain” that at some point, she’ll go back on the show and become the first two-time winner, her words.
When asked about Survivor, Reilly confirmed she wants to do the show. She added she wants to do the “Blood vs. Water” format and play with either her sister Elissa Slater or her husband Brendon Villegas.
Big Brother News: Rachel Reilly Has Big Plans
Reilly competed on Big Brother Season 12. There she met Brendon and both came back for Season 13, which she won. Since then she has been seen several times since to guest host competitions or award prizes, but she has yet to come back to Big Brother as a player.
After their time on Big Brother, Villegas and Reilly competed on The Amazing Race, not once but twice. They appeared in seasons 20 and 24 each time finishing in third place—not bad!
Big Brother News: What Happens Next for the Reilly Family?
Several years later, Reilly returned to The Amazing Race for the third time, and she competed with her sister; they finished in seventh place.
What are the chances that Reilly could become the first person to win all three of these CBS reality shows? She just needs to go on Survivor, and she would seal the deal, something that no one to date has done.
According to TMZ Caleb Reynolds came close to this vision but he was cut from the cast of The Amazing Race 31 at the last minute. If he had not been cut he would have been the first person to compete on all three shows.
By the way, Reilly said that The Amazing Race is physically tougher than Big Brother but BB is harder overall.
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