Hearing-based competition has not gone down well with some Big brother viewers on Wednesday, considering the show’s first-ever deaf hostess participated.
His name is Matt Klotz, 27, from Cameron Park, California, and he’s a gold medal-winning swimmer at Deaflympics. He has previously won first place Big brother Challenge competed this season by kicking himself in the butt 100 times.
Big brother It introduced the Multiverse theme for its 25th season, setting the stage for Wednesday’s Veto competition called Twisted Tasks, which takes place in a 1990s music store.
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In Twisted Tasks, the six Participating HouseGuests are assigned Putting on headphones and listening to the recordings, they deciphered a series of audio clues that they then had to piece together. Those who managed to do it in the fastest time were recognized, and Klotz did not finish in the top three.
according to Exclusive with electronic warfare That was posted earlier today, who are working behind the scenes on Big brother They take their jobs seriously when it comes to creating a level playing field for Kloots, indoors and outdoors.
For competitions, modifications included the addition of a parametric or directional amplifier that could be moved, and was previously tested by Klotz. With Twisted Tasks specifically, the producers used a combination of the right tone and sound in his ear, and a proper set of noise canceling headphones that worked with his hearing aids without causing feedback.
But despite all these efforts, many viewers who were interacting on social media wondered if the hearing-based competition with Klotz was involved in all this fair in the first place.
Despite an unfavorable result during his visit to the 90s, Klotz remained safe from elimination this week.
Big brother It broadcasts on Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays CBS.