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List of Celebrity Big Brother 2 (American season) houseguests

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The twelve HouseGuests for the second season of the United States reality television series Celebrity Big Brother were announced on January 13, 2019 during a commercial break of CBS' NFL football coverage.[1][2]

Anthony[edit]

Anthony Scaramucci (born January 6, 1964), 55, is a financier and former White House Communications Director.[3] He currently holds the record for shortest time as Communications Director officially holding the office for only six days.[4] Scaramucci was the first to leave the game after he was revealed to be a fake HouseGuest six days in.[5][6]

Dina[edit]

Dina Lohan (born September 15, 1962), 56, is a Momager and television personality.[7] Lohan is well known for being the mother of Lindsay Lohan.[8][9] She has starred in a number of reality television shows including Living Lohan and Lindsay.[10]

Joey[edit]

Joey Lawrence (born April 20, 1976), 42, is an actor, producer, musician, and game show host.[11] Lawrence appeared in the third season of Dancing with the Stars, and was a finalist. He has been the star of a number of television sitcoms including Brotherly Love, Run of the House, and most recently Melissa & Joey.[12][13][14]

Jonathan[edit]

Jonathan Bennett (born June 10, 1981), 37, is an actor, host, and model.[15] Bennett appeared in the nineteenth season of Dancing with the Stars[16] He also starred opposite Lindsay Lohan in the motion picture Mean Girls.[17]

Kandi[edit]

Kandi Burruss (born May 17, 1976), 42, is a singer, television personality, actress, singer, and songwriter.[18] Burruss has starred in The Real Housewives of Atlanta since 2009[19] which has led to a number of spin-offs being created around her including The Kandi Factory in 2013, Kandi's Wedding in 2014, and Kandi's Ski Trip in 2015.[20][21][22][23]

Kato[edit]

Kato Kaelin (born March 9, 1959), 59, is an actor, host, radio and television personality.[24] Kaelin gained notoriety as a witness in the 1995 O. J. Simpson murder case.[25]

Lolo[edit]

Lolo Jones (born August 5, 1982), 36, is an Olympic track and bobsled athlete.[26] She competed in the 2012 summer and 2014 winter Olympics[27] Jones also competed in the nineteenth season of Dancing with the Stars.[28]

Natalie[edit]

Natalie Eva Marie (born September 19, 1984), 34, is an actress, fashion designer, fitness model, and former WWE wrestler.[29] Eva Marie starred in the WWE-related reality television series Total Divas.[30]

Ricky[edit]

Ricky Williams (born May 21, 1977), 41, is a former American football running back playing twelve seasons with the NFL and an additional one season with the CFL.[31] During his time playing football he was a nominee for the 63rd Heisman Trophy in 1997 and won the 64th in 1998.[32] Prior to his football career Williams played in Minor League Baseball after being dropped in the eighth round drafts of Major League Baseball in 1995.[33]

Ryan[edit]

Ryan Lochte (born August 3, 1984), 34, is an actor, television personality, and 12-time Olympic medalist in swimming competing in four consecutive Summer Olympics.[34] He is the 2nd-most decorated swimmer in Olympic history, behind only Michael Phelps.[35] He is the former host of his own talk show entitled What Would Ryan Lochte Do? which aired on E! and was cancelled after only one season, five weeks later.[36][37] Lochte appeared in the twenty-third season of Dancing with the Stars.

Tamar[edit]

Tamar Braxton (born March 17, 1977), 41, is a singer and television personality.[38] Braxton competed as one of the celebrities on the twenty-first season of Dancing with the Stars, she was paired with reigning champion, Valentin Chmerkovskiy.[39] She was also the star of reality television series Braxton Family Values and later spin-off, Tamar & Vince.[40] She is famous from her hits "Hot Sugar", "If I Don't Have You" and "My Man".[41][42][43][44]

Braxton has won four awards from 15 nominations, including one BET Award and three Soul Train Music Awards.[45][46][47][48] She has received two Daytime Emmy Award nominations for her work as a co-host on the daytime television talk show The Real.[49][50]

Tom[edit]

Tom Green (born July 30, 1971), 47, is a comedian, actor, filmmaker, and talk show host.[51] Green appeared in the second season of The Celebrity Apprentice

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