A Red Deer man’s time in the Big Brother Canada house has come to an end.
Kyle Moore, 26, was evicted from the house on an episode of the Global reality television show this past Thursday. The show, which is in its ninth season, features a group of strangers from across the country sharing an isolated home, while trying to avoid eviction.
Was a sad night last night. I wanted to say thank you to all of @KyleMBBCAN9 fans for the interaction and love throughout @BigBrotherCA. Looking forward to watching how the rest of the season plays out. ❤️ #BBCAN9 #TeamKMoo #BBCanKyle #Kystin #Kyro
— Kyle Moore (@KyleMBBCAN9) March 26, 2021
Moore, an unemployed hockey coach, was the fourth to be evicted this season. He spent a total of 27 days in the Big Brother Canada house.
Julie Vu, a 28-year-old social media influencer from Vancouver, Josh Farnworth, a 30-year-old film production co-ordinator from New Westminster, B.C., and Latoya Anderson, a police officer and designer from Pickering, Ont., were the three evicted before Moore.
Ten houseguests remain. Two of those remaining houseguests are from Alberta: homeless support worker Beth Bieda, of Tomahawk, and anthropology student Breydon White, of Calgary.
The winner will take home a grand prize of $100,000.