‘Big Brother’ and New Bedford’s Matt Turner in bottom four

NEW BEDFORD — Since entering the house on July 6, 23-year-old Matt Turner has been one of four remaining guests at the house and is targeting the $750,000 prize.

The 24th season of “Big Brother” has been called one of the most controversial seasons to date with racially charged microaggressions, acts of colorism, conscious bias, the use of bisexuality as a tactical strategy and many more. of course, the very popular “all black” and “all white” labeled wedding bands.

Turner, a North Attleboro native who currently resides in the New Bedford area and owns “The Rug Shack” art store in Bridgewater, was instrumental in kicking out some of the show’s tagged villains.

Competitively, Turner won three head of household contests and was briefly on the chopping block only once. His resume includes putting Kyle Capener on the block after an emotional week and knocking out super fan Michael Bruner.

On July 28, Turner spoke out in the house, calling out the bullying he was observing. However, her main reason was to expose and dissolve an all-female alliance that dominated the house.

Many Big Brother fans on Reddit.com called him out for “being one of the worst players out there strategically”, adding that he straddles the bottoms of the other main contenders.

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“That’s always been Turner’s game. He always sides with the strongest guys, the ones with power. He never sticks with anyone,” another Reddit fan commented.

Matt Turner will participate in the 24th season of

Currently, Turner is in the majority alliance with householder Monte Taylor, a personal trainer from Bear, Delaware.

But despite the criticism, according to GoldDerby.com, either Turner or former Miss Michigan Taylor Hale should win Big Brother 24.

How the “Big Brother” series works

According to The Cinemaholic, “Big Brother” is a reality television series that follows a group of contestants living together in a custom-built home located in Los Angeles at 4024 Radford Ave. in the Studio City neighborhood.

Locked down with no contact with the outside world, the 16 “HouseGuests” are filmed 24/7, with live streams available to watch on the official CBS app as well as weekly episodes airing twice a week on CBS. . The show is hosted by Julie Chen Moonves.

Matt Turner on the 24th season of

There is a standard voting procedure for eliminating HouseGuests throughout the season, and whoever manages to be the last one remaining, bypassing all elimination processes, is declared the winner and wins a grand cash prize.

In a previous Standard-Times article, Turner reportedly told Big Brother, “I’m generally underestimated because of my looks. I think I’m absolutely going to run this game,” he said.

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“But in the beginning, rather than saying I’m a successful business owner, I’m kind of going to fall into being an artist, which I think fuels my look.”

The finale of “Big Brother 24” is scheduled for Sunday, September 25 at 8 p.m. on CBS.

Faith Harrington, Standard-Times digital producer, contributed to this article.

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