“Big Brother” Season 24 on CBS: Who is Brittany Hoopes? The hypnotherapist is in the game just for the money

“Big Brother” champ Xavier Prather is about to be dethroned, and it’s time to meet the guests who will unseat him. A day before “Big Brother” returns for season 24, CBS revealed the entire cast for this summer, which includes 16 guests, including Brittany Hoopes.

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With an average age of 30, this season’s team is slightly older than previous years. Paloma Aguilar, a 22-year-old interior designer, will be the season’s youngest guest, while Terrance Higgins, a 47-year-old bus operator, will be the season’s oldest contestant. After the season premiere Wednesday (8/7c, 90 minutes), “Big Brother” will return to its usual three-week schedule, with episodes airing Sundays at 8 p.m., Wednesdays at 8 p.m. and Thursdays at 9 p.m. guests will be expelled live). On Wednesdays, new episodes of “The Challenge: USA,” the latest spin-off in MTV’s long-running competition series, will air.

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Brittany Hoopes is a 32-year-old hypnotherapist (pictured) (Instagram/britt.hoopes)

Who is Brittany Hoopes?

Brittany Hoopes, 32, of Austin, Texas, is a guest on Season 24 of “Big Brother.” She works as a hypnotherapist and is married with children. Before becoming a hypnotherapist, she worked as a market researcher. These two jobs taught him how to instantly connect with people and have long conversations with them. As a result, she can’t imagine not getting along with anyone back home. But she didn’t guarantee it, since she’ll be stuck with a bunch of strangers for three months. She’s certain she doesn’t like people in their twenties who are young and single, strong men with “an ego bigger than their biceps.” She considers herself to be “a bit eccentric” and “a bit eccentric”. Speaking to GlobalTV.com for a pre-game interview, she says she’s not what people would normally classify as a “supermodel,” and she fears this could be a vulnerability for her in the show as she attempts to form broader alliances. Her greatest talent, however, she claims, is her ability to connect deeply one-on-one with people.

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In an interview with Parade.com, she reveals that she has put together a notebook consisting of over 40 pages of different things she wants to test around the house. However, she believes the best method is to be adaptive and authentic. Sure, she might tell a few lies when she’s home. But she insists she will stay true to herself and adapt to whatever comes her way. Brittany thinks that as a toy testing researcher, people will underestimate her psychological, mental, and sometimes even physical play. She specializes in belly dancing. She likes to train. In addition, she has a curvy figure. As a result, she thinks individuals may underestimate her. But that’s exactly what she wants. She doesn’t want to be perceived as a danger.

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The people Brittany doesn’t want in her alliance are those who are both “strong and smart”. She’s a really dangerous player in her game. She wants to start with strong, smart people, then brilliant people, and finally incredibly strong people. And those who remain will be members of his covenant. They are the ones she will pursue until the end. They are the ones she will be able to defeat in the end.

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When asked what was the most essential aspect of being on “Big Brother”, Brittany didn’t hesitate to say that it was the money that got her into the game. ‘she has an excellent life, a wonderful family and wonderful friends, that she loves her job and that she is living her dream. Since she has a fantastic home life and those things will be there for her once she leaves the “Big Brother” house, winning the game is her top priority right now. She is also aware that she will not be loved or hated by everyone, and that there may be differing opinions, which is only part of her experience. She just hopes fans will enjoy seeing her on the show.

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Likewise, she intends not to hurt anyone directly while trying to win the game. Although she intends to play a deep, psychological, social and mental game, she will strive to discover methods of showing respect, mutual understanding and kindness to others. She remembered being bullied when she was little in her pregame, so she will try to avoid being one on the show.

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Season 24 of “Big Brother” airs on CBS Wednesday, July 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

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