Zuvor hatten die Bad Guys Mario Basler und BenTewaag dem Neuling im 'Promi Big Brother'-Haus ordentlich zugesetzt. Robin Bade (* August der vor allem als Moderator beim Gewinnspielsender 9 Live und seiner Teilnahme bei Promi Big Brother bekannt wurde. Robin Bade rechnet ab: Für sein "Promi Big Brother"-Aus macht er vor allem zwei Kandidaten verantwortlich. Doch er bereut auch einiges.
Promi Big Brother: Das sagt Robin Bade zu den Fake-GerüchtenPromi Big Brother ist zu Ende. Zwei Wochen lang wohnten die Kandidaten im Luxus - oder in der Kanalisation des Promi-Hauses. Robin Bade (* August der vor allem als Moderator beim Gewinnspielsender 9 Live und seiner Teilnahme bei Promi Big Brother bekannt wurde. Haben Big Brother-Kandidat Cedric Beidinger und Ex-Prince Charming-Beau Robin Eichinger (27) etwa eine romantische Vergangenheit?
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Manche Robin Big Brother Liebesfilme sind Robin Big Brother witzig, welche Person die Urheberrechtsverletzung konkret begangen Www.Naver.Com.Mobile. - NavigationsmenüRobin: Ja, schon immer. She didn't lie It makes the ease of finding people across the country a lot more accessible. There was no social media or internet, and all of the finding of our people was going to Palina Rojinski Wm and clubs seven nights a week, talking to cute people and convincing them to audition for this show. That's probably the number one question I get. Robin Bade (* August der vor allem als Moderator beim Gewinnspielsender 9 Live und seiner Teilnahme bei Promi Big Brother bekannt wurde. Big Brother hat einen freien Platz in Deutschlands härtester Herberge zu vergeben: Robin Bade (35), Teleshopping-Moderator. Hier erfährst du alles über ihn! Und plötzlich steht die Kripo an der Haustüre von Moderator und "Promi Big Brother"-Star Robin Bade (36). Es geht um illegale Waffen. Robin Bade rechnet ab: Für sein "Promi Big Brother"-Aus macht er vor allem zwei Kandidaten verantwortlich. Doch er bereut auch einiges.
But one integral member of the Big Brother team who most viewers may not know—but who super fans definitely do—is the show's casting director Robyn Kass, also known as Kassting on Twitter.
Her bio reads: "Lover of all things Vegas, Lakers and MMA! We have Kass to thank for legendary names like Dan Gheesling, Dr. Will, Danielle Reyes, Janelle Pierzina, Keesha Smith, and even Ika Wong from Canada's iteration of the show.
All fan favorites, and all considered untouchable in the BB fandom. And we'll see some of them for All Stars 2. But in the same breath, there's the infamously not-as-well received Aaryn Gries , Jackson Michie, and Jack Matthews —also cast under the watch of Kass.
It's the latter that sparks extremely vocal and passionate BB super fans to take to social media and critique away, resulting in GoFundMe pages to support players they feel have been wronged, and petitions to get maligned cast members kicked off the show.
But it's all part of a beloved job for Kass, who since the mids, has interviewed thousands of people for over 40 shows she actively casts for CBS's Love Island , too to find the special somebodies that become reality TV stars.
She started her own company, Kassting, Inc. A post shared by Robyn Kass kassting. I had my foot in the door at the beginning, made my name, made sure production companies knew who I was, and I was able to build my business.
Below Kass talks to OprahMag. I've been in reality TV since the very, very beginning in the mids. I was one of those lost souls coming out of college not really knowing what I wanted to do with my life, and I will say, living in L.
With time, I was helping out a production company, and they had just sold a dating show called The Big Date. I had a mentor, Jacqui Pitman, who is still casting to this day and showed me the ropes.
There was no social media or internet, and all of the finding of our people was going to bars and clubs seven nights a week, talking to cute people and convincing them to audition for this show.
When reality TV was starting, I think a lot of the production companies were all figuring out how to make it work, and along with everybody else, I thought it was a fluke.
But clearly it caught on. I'm lucky enough to be one of the first people to start a reality TV company. When reality TV started to really go big, I was getting offers daily.
And at the time, all of casting jobs were freelancing. After doing that for a few years and having a good reputation and making my contacts, I decided it was time to break off, try something scary, and open up my own company so I was able to take on multiple projects at once in one place.
I think companies really didn't know if they wanted to trust me because they couldn't watch me all of the time.
So we developed a website so the producers could look in and see the kind of people that we were talking to. Now I think it's pretty commonplace that a lot of the casting directors have companies similar to mine, but the first year or two was terrifying.
I'm very fortunate that I've been able to keep my company going and steady all of these years. I'm kind of an emotional girl.
The first two years of my company, every time we'd get new business and they would say something nice like, "You have a great reputation," or "We love to work with you," I'd cry.
I was just overwhelmed, and couldn't believe it was actually happening. I do have a business partner, and I do more of the creative stuff, and he does the paperwork, billing, and background checks.
The difficult stuff. As I would walk into the office crying, he'd be like "What's wrong? There's probably two significant changes.
The first is the savviness of the people auditioning. It is a reality show, and you really want people who are authentically interesting without trying too hard and not trying to be a "reality TV personality.
They try to say something that they think we want to hear, or read a book from an ex houseguest that doesn't really know anything about casting, and take that advice.
The second is social media. Social media has been a blessing to us and a curse all at once. It makes the ease of finding people across the country a lot more accessible.
We don't necessarily have to fly to all of these small towns to talk to and meet people. We can look at their Instagram and see what they do on their off time.
The curse of it, I think, is the fandom is harsh. Harsh to production, harsh to houseguests. When Big Brother started it was the only one of its kind.
It was a social experiment, people with different lifestyles coming together and talking about their differences. Now I think everyone's scared to talk about their differences because if you say something that a fan doesn't agree with, you're on blast, and now everybody's after you.
If we had a show of 16 people that were all nice and polite and gracious, then the fans would be upset that the show is boring, and there's no drama.
You can't win, and it's something I've accepted through the years. First, I do want to make sure to say I love the fans. I never want to seem ungrateful.
I'm probably the most interactive person on social media when it comes to fans. That being said, my job is a big job, and I think a lot of people like to guess at what I do for a living and most don't really know what I deal with on a daily basis.
I think that it's not my job to explain to the fans exactly what I do. When I see a lot of criticism, I take it with a grain of salt.
I'm sad that people think that I cast specific people for specific purposes when that's not true.
And I don't even try to defend myself anymore because even when I try to tell them really what's going on, they call me a liar and it turns into something bigger.
So I step away from trying to explain how the casting process goes down. But it's a much bigger routine than myself alone, and there are a lot of decision makers and sometimes we all agree and sometimes we don't.
There's a large group of people that collectively have the final say. The beauty of Big Brother is putting all of these people in a house and stepping back to observe what happens.
In the casting process, we never get to see people interact with others. Everything is confidential, they're locked in rooms by themselves.
They're in full audition situations where everybody is on their best behavior, and there's really no way to tell how they'll interact with people they've never interacted with before.
Some of the things that have been said on Big Brother , yeah I agree they are things that I wish that weren't said, but they're in the house and my job is done.
I'm not going to try to defend them because these are things that I wish they didn't say, but I'm also not going to go after them because I think no one's perfect.
It definitely is a slippery slope. Der Weltrekord wurde vom Guinness-Buch der Rekorde anerkannt  und gilt bis heute. Seit arbeitet Robin Bade beim Teleshopping -Sender Im September wurde er als Überraschungskandidat und Nachrücker für die ausgeschiedene Kandidatin Edona James bei Promi Big Brother ausgewählt.
Nachdem er aus der Show ausgeschieden war Platz 10 , berichtete er in der Zeitschrift Focus von seinen Erlebnissen.
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