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Get To Know The Former Houseguests Returning To Play Big Brother Season 18

Refresh your memory with these one-on-one interviews, featuring Da'Vonne, Frank, Nicole, and James.
Posted on Jun 22, 2016 | 10:00pm
They're baaaaaackkkk!

After being in the house for a matter of minutes, new cast of Big Brother Season 18 was thrown for a complete loop when host Julie Chen announced the first twist of the summer—former Houseguests James Huling (Season 17), Nicole Franzel (Season 16), Da'Vonne Rogers (Season 17), and Frank Eudy (Season 14) were going to get another chance to play the game!

 


Although James, also lovingly known as "Captain Camo," was the seventh HG to be evicted last year, he did snag the coveted title of America's Favorite Houseguest thanks to all his fans.

This time around, James' new plan is to be more careful with whom he divulges private strategic information. Will James be sneaking up on his new BB18 Houseguests like he did with the 
Nolan twins? We shall see!

 


Nicole Franzel is more than ready to give this one-of-a-kind experience another go-around. This bubbly small town girl re-entered the house after getting evicted from Season 16, but only lasted long enough to snag seventh place.

When this BB super-fan got the call to compete again, she said having another chance to roll the BB dice was totally worth resigning from her job as an emergency-room nurse. This girl means business.


 


Da'Vonne's boisterous personality made her an early BB17 favorite, so fans were disappointed to see Mama Day get the boot after only two weeks in the house.

This summer, the L.A.-based poker dealer intends to do more watching and less gossiping, which she claims as her biggest downfall during Season 17. 

 
 
During Season 14, Frank Eudy, a colorful member of Team Boogie, cozied up with Ashley Iocco and later won the title of America's Favorite Houseguest.

Since fans last saw him, this medical sales rep cut his curly locks, admitted to growing up a bit, and hatched a new plan on how to win Big Brother, which includes a couple things that go against his very nature, like laying low and not winning competitions. 


What happened when these veterans joined a house filled with a dozen Big Brother newbies? Find out when you watch the two-hour season premiere full episode!

Plus, don't forget to watch Big Brother on Wednesdays and Sundays at 8/7c and Thursdays at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access.