Presenter of ‘No Limit’, Fernando Fernandez, in ‘Priya Dura’ Photo: Globo / Fabio Rocha
Shortly before its grand finale Big Brother Brazil 22A Red Globo Announced, during its live programming, participants in this year’s edition On the edge. In all, there will be 24 contestants.
Unlike the previous year, this edition will have anonymous members who will compete for the R $ 500,000 prize. The reality show premieres May 3 and will be led by Fernando Fernandez.
Another innovation this year is that Reality Tuesday and Thursday, followed by more broadcast days Wetlands. And Sunday, later FantasticWhen Anna Clara Frame command Eliminate, Where the two participants who missed the week actually meet live to review the key moments of their trajectory. See a list of all participants below. At the end:
Matthews Pierce, 30, lives in Rio de Janeiro and is the director of education Photo: Globe
Matthews reveals what drives him the most: those who talk a lot. Aesthetically pleasing, Matthews jokes “I have an attainment for everything: my hair, my breasts, my buttocks”. The young man, who is married, delivered: “My husband says I’m cheating.”
Shirley Gonsalves, 51, lives in Brasilia and is a physical education teacher Photo: Globe
Shirley is a physical education teacher and is 51 years old. “Every woman my age doesn’t have the strength and courage like me,” she said Despite being married for 30 years, she has revealed that she is not a very patient person: “Credit goes to my husband. Patience is all his.”
Bruna Negreska, 32, lives in Sওo Paulo and is a personal trainer Photo: Globe
A graduate in physical education, Bruna was a handball athlete for 15 years and currently works as a personal trainer. “Sport brings me discipline, determination, determination, competition,” he says. Concerning living in a group, Bruna guarantees: “He who has a soft body will have problems with me.”
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Camila Romanic, 30, lives in Paran and holds a master’s degree in biomedicine. Photo: Globe
Camilla says living in a group may not be so easy: “I grew up in a family where everyone has a very strong personality.” What bothers you the most? Camilla direct and straightforward: “Illegal rudeness”.
Adriano Gansom, 42, lives in Minas Gerais and is a psychiatrist Photo: Globe
Adriano admits: “I consider myself a fraud. I know how to be very confident when I want to. “As for the challenge of reality, he evaluates its strengths.”
Guza Reyes, 40, lives in Brasilia and is a federal highway patrol officer. Photo: Globe
Guza, head of the corporation, said: “Leadership is about encouraging others to improve. However, charging performance. ” Guza, who is an athlete and marathon runner, talks about his personality. “I’m really cute inside, inside, inside,” he jokes.
Clecio Barbosa, 44, lives in Recife and is a civil engineer Photo: Globe
“I can do what I want. I can do what I want,” is the motto of Clasio Barbosa. “I have a natural leadership. I try to pull, I try to take,” he said.
Flavia Assis, 42, lives in Sওo Paulo and is a massage therapist Photo: Globe
Flavia was a volleyball player and guaranteed that she knew how to deal with more exciting situations. “I was given this role of captain and I had to mediate in some conflicting situations,” he says.
Andrea Nascimento, 31, lives in Alagoas and is an administrator Photo: Globe
Andrea, a basketball player since the age of 11, says how the game will help her compete. “I’m going to take the lesson that I’ve learned, race is this problem, with blood in my eyes,” he said, adding: “I’m hungry and thirsty to play.”
Roberta Terra, 38, lives in Rio de Janeiro and is a trade marketing manager. Photo: Globe
“I have been playing since I was six months old when I started swimming. I never stopped. My goal should always be first, “says Roberta. For teamwork, she chooses for sincerity:” If you have to talk, talk to your face, so we can work together. ”
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Victor Hugo de Castro, 27, lives in Goa and is an advertising copywriter. Photo: Globe
“We will do whatever it takes to win the program. If I have to lie or betray the alliance, I will do it, “said Victor. As for the tests, he guarantees that he has the strength to endure the tests of endurance: “I think I’m going to rock it.”
Verônica Kreitchmann, 28, lives in Rio Grande do Sul and is a realtor Photo: Globe
“I’m an encourager and I’m an executioner,” says Veronica. Among the things that can take him seriously, he lists: claims, lies and lazy people. “I hate to lose. When I lose, I get very angry,” he added.
Rodrigo Mores, 45, lives in Rio de Janeiro and is a production engineer. Photo: Globe
“I didn’t have a very healthy life, but after the birth of my two children I decided to change,” said Rodrigo, who fell in love with running. “I see myself as a strategist. I believe I’m ready for it. The challenge,” he concluded.
Lucas Santana, 31, lives in Sergio and is a doctoral student in physics Photo: Globe
Despite his life being devoted to study, Lucas guarantees that he understands conflicts and strategies. “I come from the academic world, which is a very competitive environment,” he stressed.
Leonardo Correa, 34, lives in Santa Catarina and is a dental surgeon Photo: Globe
“My job has given me perfection. I do not admit mistakes, “said Leonardo. He says he has already ventured into several sports and says: “I really like the game of logic and strategy”.
Ipozukan Ikaro, 29, lives in Minas Gerais and is a circus performer Photo: Globe
Regarding being together, Ipozukan says he tries to be a thoughtful person: “I’m Aryan, hot. I have kicked the bucket many times, but I have learned all my life that we have to resolve issues through dialogue. ”
Tiemi Hiratsuka, 30, lives in Sওo Paulo and is a pharmacist Photo: Globe
In his strength, Timmy highlights patience. “I consider myself a mediator in a great dispute. I’m the middle sister, “she joked. As for her weakness, she assessed:” Maybe it’s my good face. ”
Charles Gamma, 29, lives in Rio de Janeiro and is pursuing a doctorate in public policy Photo: Globe
“I started working early to help my parents at home and was always studying,” recalls Charles. Among his skills, he highlighted: “I strongly believe in my physical strength and my intellectual strength.”
Patricia Tom, 45, lives in Rio de Janeiro and is a government employee Photo: Globe
“I’ve always been an independent woman who feels very good about being alone,” said Patricia. Among the difficulties he imagines finding in reality, he assesses: “What can move me is the food problem.”
Vanderlei Ramiro, 30, lives in S সাo Paulo and teaches English Photo: Globe
“I’ve been playing for as long as I can remember,” Vanderlei said. Concerning the challenges of the game, he mentions facing nostalgia: “It will be very difficult to stay away from my son”.
Diane Cena, 26, lives in Rio de Janeiro and is a teacher Photo: Globe
Diane evaluates that she is competitive and does not have much patience. “I would be very surprised because I am a fearless person,” he said. The mother of one daughter, she says: “Being a single mother is always a big challenge.”
Pedro Castro, 32, lives in Paran and is a zoo technician Photo: Globe
Among the skills that can help in the game, Pedro says he is a strategist and highlights his time as a scout between the ages of 12 and 22.
Ninha Santiago, 33, lives in Pernambuco and is an underwater photographer. Photo: Globe
About living in a group, Ninha, who has eight siblings, says: “I know how to make friends very easily, but I blend in very easily.” In his skills, he assures that he is a competitor.
Janaran Uhay, 27, lives in Bahia and works as a fishing monitor and tattoo artist. Photo: Globe
“I will not lose this connection with the land, with nature. My feet are on the ground, “said Janaran. He described himself as a brave man and said: “There is nothing in my life that moves me.”