‘Big Brother’ Alum JC Mounduix Says Julie Chen Wouldn’t Last A Day In The House
Former Big Brother houseguest JC Mounduix is coming after the CBS show’s host Julie Chen, saying she “wouldn’t last one day” in the house. JC’s comments came during an appearance on NotSam Networks’s The Tomorrow Show With Keven Undergarothis week.
“I think she doesn’t have really anything to do with [the Les Moonves allegations] and it’s her job,” said JC, who came in third place during season 20. Of course he was referring to Julie’s husband, former CBS executive Les Moonves, who was ousted over sexual misconduct allegations. “I can’t really imagine Big Brother without Julie Chen. … Big Brother is basically her face.”
After Les was fired in September 2018, Julie quit CBS’s daytime show The Talk, but returned to the network to host Celebrity Big Brother in January. She has hosted the original reality competition since 2000.
JC made headlines for using the N-word during his time on the show.
“For me, it was very offensive … it’s just such a sad situation that this happened,” he explained about his viral conversation with fellow houseguest Bayleigh Dayton. “[Bayleigh] took everything out of proportion. I’m still getting so many messages and death threats when I got out of the house — death threats. I had to change gyms and go to a private gym and everything ’cause I didn’t want to deal with anything. Thank God nothing bad has happened.”
Ouch. Perhaps JC needs to think twice before he talks — about anything!