The second season of Big Brother Canada began airing on 5 March Like the inaugural season, it featured fifteen new HouseGuests competing to win the show's grand prize. Arisa Cox returned to host the series, which continued to air on the Slice network. The second season lasted for a total of ten weeks, concluding on 8 May when Jon Pardy was crowned the winner. Similar to its predecessor, it was a ratings hit for the network; it has been cited by fans as one of the show's best seasons.
Big Brother Canada 2: Jon Pardy & Neda Kalantar are Officially Dating!
Jon and Neda dating Big Brother Canada
Despite how Big Brother Canada 2 winner Jon Pardy and Neda Kalantar denied their chemistry for each other to the cameras during Big Brother Canada 2 , it was obvious to the viewers that there was more there between them. Throughout the season Jon and Neda often wrestled and were attached at the hip for entire game. Jon started to go stir crazy when Neda disappeared for 24 hours while she was in the War Room. ET Canada confirmed that the couple are dating and plan to air an interview with the new couple:. Stay tuned for their first interview as a couple!
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Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this page. The pair, who lived together for 74 days in the BBCan house, are dating, a post on Slice. The network aired the series, which will move to Global for its third season. Ummm, maybe not?
Regarded as one of Big Brother's best strategic players, Neda's large knowledge of the game and her subtle strategy has led her to be compared to other heavily regarded strategic players, such as Dan Gheesling. Following the finale, in which she was evicted in third place, all past houseguests admitted they would've voted for her had she made it to the final two. She began playing a very quiet game, and received almost no airtime at the beginning. However, during Week 5, when Canada was HOH, she and her number one ally Jon Pardy took control of the house with their alliance, the Sloppy Seconds, comprising of the remaining players who were against the First Five. From here on out, Neda and Jon controlled the entire house.