Every season of Big Brother ends with more fans believing they have what it takes to be on the next season of the long-running CBS reality competition show. But what are the Big Brother casting details? One of the show's casting producers shared casting secrets on social media to give future houseguests an idea of what producers from Big Brother look for and how to stand out when you apply.
We have some 'Big Brother' casting secrets for even the most dedicated fans.
One suggestion Andy made in a TikTok was to try and make an impression in the first few seconds of your audition video.
"I love people that pop, that have energy, that have charisma," Andy said.
He added that he likes to imagine applicants in the Big Brother Diary Room, so it's important to him that fans who apply for Big Brother are energetic right away.
He also said that those who sign up for Big Brother should only make an audition video when they are in the right frame of mind. He explained that you should wait until it's a good time of day for you, emotionally, when you can give the video your all.
Don't start your Big Brother audition tape by apologizing for not looking your best or by saying that you don't feel great. In fact, according to Andy, if that's the case, then wait to make the video.
Standing out in the audition process also has a lot to do with the logistics of your actual interview with producers, whether it's your first video call with them or you're further along in the process.
"Lighting has to be on point," Andy said on TikTok. "No one else [should be] in the room, don't be at a Starbucks, no outside noise. Most of the time [interviews are] supposed to be confidential anyways. Don't look a mess — like seriously, this is the first thing people see of you, so please do your best to look nice, dress to impress, but [remember] it's not a job interview."
He also said that it's not a bad idea to dress in an outfit that tells producers about yourself "to convey who you are visually."
So if you're a bartender, wear what you'd wear as a bartender and film your audition tape where you work. Or, if you're a mail courier, wear your uniform.
And when you're ready to finally make that Big Brother audition video, Andy shared, make it the real deal.
"Don't submit a TikTok, don't add filters, don't have a script," he advised.
How can you sign up for 'Big Brother'?
Although casting is now closed for Season 24 of Big Brother, you can sign up for future seasons by using the official casting website. You can also DM casting producers such as Andy, because according to him on TikTok, he has cast houseguests after receiving messages from them.
Hopefully future players can use some of his pretty thorough advice to play on Big Brother someday.