Julie Chen continued to show support for her husband, Les Moonves, on "Big Brother" one day after announcing her exit from "The Talk."
Julie Chen announced on Tuesday she is leaving "The Talk" in a pretaped video message from the set of "Big Brother" that aired during the daytime talk show.
Julie Chen's not-so-subtle support of her husband and until, a few days ago, boss Les Moonves as she signed off Thursday's "Big Brother" episode has been described as "defiant" and "awkward." And those are the nice words.
Julie Chen returned to her hosting duties on "Big Brother," where she made a powerful statement indicating support for husband Les Moonves.
The Season 20 houseguest was filmed kissing a fellow contestant as he slept and barging in on a woman using the bathroom.
Controversial "Big Brother" contestant JC Mounduix was seen inappropriately caressing and kissing a fellow houseguest while he was fast asleep.
Twitter totally called out "Big Brother" for throwing shade at Donald Trump during this week's Power of Veto competition.
CBS board of directors has decided to take no action against Les Moonves and is working to hire a third party to investigate sexual misconduct claims. Julie Chen is standing by her husband's side.
In a statement Tuesday night, CBS said it has addressed two instances of “inappropriate behavior and offensive comments” during the filming of “Big Brother” Season 20, and promised “future consequences” should the behavior continue. CBS also said the inappropriate behavior would not be shown on any future episode of the series. The network did not name the involved parties, but its statement followed an uproar after two cast members, Angela Rummans and Rachel Swindler, were seen using racially offensive language on the show’s 24-hour live cam.
Professional dancer J.C. Mounduix decided to take the utensil and use it to touch female houseguests inappropriately.
Fans have already found a lot to dislike this season, including boring housemates and ones who think a little too much of themselves.
After losing the first competition of the summer, one contestant's social game was put at risk when she returned as a robot.
One of the most dramatic and explosive seasons of “Big Brother” has come to an end, and the finale was a total shock to everyone.
“Big Brother” puppet master Paul Abrahamian proved he actually has a conscience, breaking down in tears after admitting to his alliance partner that he betrayed her.
CBS made a huge announcement on Thursday night’s live episode of “Big Brother” — and fans immediately took to Twitter.
"Big Brother" contestant Jason Dent received a letter from home with life-changing news and was immediately brought to tears along with the rest of the house.
America’s favorite showmance is torn apart again just as the couple took their relationship to the next level.