Carey Mulligan wears floral maxi dress and trainers in LA

She has spent lockdown with her husband Marcus Mumford and their two children Evelyn and Wilfred. 

And Carey Mulligan looked sensational as she stepped out in a stylish floral maxi dress in Los Angeles on Friday.

The Great Gatsby actress, 35, kept things casual for her outing and also donned a pair of white trainers.

Casual: Carey Mulligan looked sensational as she stepped out in a stylish floral maxi dress in Los Angeles on Friday

Carey cut a chic figure in her laid-back dress, which cinched slightly at the waist to emphasise the star’s svelte frame.

She wore her blonde locks down and slightly wavy and appeared to have only added the lightest touch of makeup.

Not forgetting to accessorise, Carey slung a large black leather bag over her body and donned a pair of large sunglasses. 

It is believed that Carey had been paying a visit to her pal Bradley Cooper on Friday and was heading off as she walked to her driver’s car.

Chic: The actress paired her pretty dress, which cinched slightly at the waist to highlight her svelte frame, with a pair of white trainers

Chic: The actress paired her pretty dress, which cinched slightly at the waist to highlight her svelte frame, with a pair of white trainers

The actress has kept a relatively low profile during the coronavirus pandemic but has been seen around Los Angeles this week running errands.

However during lockdown the star did give an interview to NET-A-PORTER’s digital title, PORTER, in which she discussed her thoughts on #MeToo, life after children and toxic masculinity in her new film Promising Young Woman.

Carey revealed she noticed the positive changes within the TV and film industry when she was given a code of conduct for the first time back in 2017. 

The award-winning actress, who shares Evelyn, four, and Wilfred, two, with husband Marcus, 33, also insisted she’s content with juggling her career with her role as a mother, sharing: ‘I haven’t been in a bar in ages, and I’m very glad of that’.

On the go: Carey slung a large black leather bag over her body as she jumped into a vehicle

On the go: Carey slung a large black leather bag over her body as she jumped into a vehicle 

Carey has been keeping busy promoting her new movie Promising Young Woman, which follows the story of her character Cassie, a barista who feels unfulfilled in her life. 

In a bid to lift her spirits, the medical school dropout lets loose at bars every week, where she becomes intoxicated and on the brink of passing out.  

During one raucous outing, men who pretend to ‘help’ her end up attempting to take advantage of her drunken state.  

The thespian claimed her project, penned and directed by Killing Eve showrunner Emerald Fennell, highlights the importance of awareness surrounding topics such as sexual assault and toxic masculinity.

In character: The TV and film star has been keeping busy promoting her new movie, which follows the story of Cassie, a barista who feels unfulfilled in her life (pictured left)

In character: The TV and film star has been keeping busy promoting her new movie, which follows the story of Cassie, a barista who feels unfulfilled in her life (pictured left)

Blonde beauty Carey said: ‘It’s funny, because the reaction I first had when I read the script was, “This is soooo romantic”.

‘[But] Emerald’s [point] was: if [you] take someone home and they are really drunk, and then that person reveals they are not drunk, and you feel guilty, then you know what you are doing isn’t right.’

‘What we reflected on, making this film, was the amount of real-life stories like this we know. A lot of this film is stuff that pretty much every woman I know has experienced in some way. ‘

When asked whether she misses her life before welcoming her kids, the mother-of-two, who wed musician Marcus in April 2012, declared: ‘Noooo. 

‘In fact, every time we stepped into a new bar set, Emerald and I would both be like, “God, we haven’t been in a bar in a really long time”. And I’m very glad of that.’ 

Family first: The thespian shares children Evelyn, four, and Wilfred, two, with husband Marcus Mumford, 33 (pictured in May 2012)

Family first: The thespian shares children Evelyn, four, and Wilfred, two, with husband Marcus Mumford, 33 (pictured in May 2012)

California ranks fifth in the world for COVID-19 cases

California now has more COVID-19 cases than most countries across the world as the US state and other hotspots including Arizona, Florida and Texas start to see a slight uptick in deaths. 

The number of infections in California, the most populous US state, reached 597,984 on Friday morning, according to a John Hopkins tally.  

The state sits only behind the United States (5.2 million), Brazil (3.2 million), India (2.4 million) and Russia (910,000).  

The death toll in California has now reached 10,870, which is only third behind New York’s 32,805 and New Jersey’s 15,893.

California’s cases, on average, have been trending upwards in the past week despite national infections being on the downward trajectory. The spike is due, in part, to a backlog of cases from a technical glitch in the state’s reporting of data that left COVID-19 infections undercounted during the recent summer surge. 

The number of infections in California, the most populous US state, reached 597,984 on Friday morning, according to a John Hopkins tally. The state sits only behind the United States (5.2 million), Brazil (3.2 million), India (2.4 million) and Russia (910,000)

Cases have been declining nationally in recent weeks, which has been driven in part by a drop off in cases in the hotspot Sunbelt states where coronavirus surged throughout June and July. 

Deaths in these states, however, appear to be increasing slightly despite showing signs of a decline or at least a plateau earlier this month.  

Florida reported a record 277 deaths on Tuesday, while Arizona had a near-record spike of 148 deaths on Wednesday. The spikes could be a result of a weekend-delay in reporting given there is the same steep drop off each week.

Deaths across the country currently appear to be plateauing but are still averaging about 1,000 fatalities per day.  

Currently, the total number of infections in the US has now surpassed 5.2 million and more than 167,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. 

While the average daily death toll of 1,000 is still high, it remains below levels seen in April when an average of 2,000 people a day were dying from the virus. 

The average daily infection toll remains steady at about 53,000, which is down from the 66,000 daily cases being reported just last month. 

Infections increased in only 11 states last week compared to the previous seven days, including Hawaii where the rate of spread is now the highest in the country. 

More than 167,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. Deaths across the country, on average, appear to be plateauing but are still averaging about 1,000 fatalities per day

More than 167,000 Americans have died from COVID-19. Deaths across the country, on average, appear to be plateauing but are still averaging about 1,000 fatalities per day

Currently, the total number of infections in the US has now surpassed 5.2 million. Cases have been declining nationally in recent weeks, which has been driven in part by a drop off in cases in the hotspot Sunbelt states where coronavirus surged throughout June and July

Currently, the total number of infections in the US has now surpassed 5.2 million. Cases have been declining nationally in recent weeks, which has been driven in part by a drop off in cases in the hotspot Sunbelt states where coronavirus surged throughout June and July

The death toll in California has now reached 10,870, which is only third behind New York's 32,805 and New Jersey's 15,893. California's cases, on average, have been trending upwards in the past week despite national infections being on the downward trajectory. The spike is due, in part, to a backlog of cases from a technical glitch in the state's reporting of data

The death toll in California has now reached 10,870, which is only third behind New York’s 32,805 and New Jersey’s 15,893. California’s cases, on average, have been trending upwards in the past week despite national infections being on the downward trajectory. The spike is due, in part, to a backlog of cases from a technical glitch in the state’s reporting of data

Arizona had a near-record spike of 148 deaths on Wednesday after starting to decline earlier this month. Cases have been dropping off rapidly after peaking in July

Arizona had a near-record spike of 148 deaths on Wednesday after starting to decline earlier this month. Cases have been dropping off rapidly after peaking in July

There has been an uptick in deaths in Florida this week after the state reported a record 277 deaths on Tuesday

There has been an uptick in deaths in Florida this week after the state reported a record 277 deaths on Tuesday

Deaths have been increasing in Texas this month after an initial steep drop off in early August. The state recorded a spike of 324 deaths on Wednesday

Deaths have been increasing in Texas this month after an initial steep drop off in early August. The state recorded a spike of 324 deaths on Wednesday

Hawaii had kept the virus at bay for most of the summer, but new cases have more than doubled and are repeatedly seeing daily triple-digit increases. 

The state’s Governor David Ige said last week that he would be reinstating inter-island travel restrictions that require people to quarantine for 14 days in a bid to curb the spread.    

The increases seen in Hawaii and the 10 other states including South Dakota, Illinois and North Dakota, are minimal compared to the outbreaks that plagued hotspot states in June and July and are not enough to reflect an uptick in the national infection toll. 

Health experts have attributed the current decline in cases and deaths to policy and behavior changes in the hotspot states behind the summer surge where governors and local officials rolled back reopenings to curb the infection rate. 

They say the widespread adoption of masks, social distancing and closing down bars all helped. 

The decline in deaths and cases comes about three weeks after President Donald Trump, who for months refused to publicly wear a mask, urged Americans to cover their faces in public to stop the spread. 

Deaths are a lagging indicator and can continue to rise weeks after new infections drop. A coronavirus death, when it occurs, typically comes several weeks after a person is first infected. 

Hawaii had kept the virus at bay for most of the summer, but new cases have more than doubled and are repeatedly seeing daily triple-digit increases

Hawaii had kept the virus at bay for most of the summer, but new cases have more than doubled and are repeatedly seeing daily triple-digit increases

In South Dakota, new cases have increased for the third straight week. More than 100,000 motorcycle enthusiasts are expected to attend a 10-day annual rally in Sturgis that began on August 7

In South Dakota, new cases have increased for the third straight week. More than 100,000 motorcycle enthusiasts are expected to attend a 10-day annual rally in Sturgis that began on August 7

It comes as California Governor Gavin Newsom continues to face mounting criticism over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Newsom has had a summer of muddled messaging and bad news in the coronavirus fight, a trend crystallized this week by his delayed response to a data error that caused a backlog of nearly 300,000 virus test results.  

California Governor Gavin Newsom continues to face mounting criticism over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Newsom has had a summer of muddled messaging and bad news in the coronavirus fight, a trend crystallized this week by his delayed response to a data error that caused a backlog of nearly 300,000 virus test results

California Governor Gavin Newsom continues to face mounting criticism over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Newsom has had a summer of muddled messaging and bad news in the coronavirus fight, a trend crystallized this week by his delayed response to a data error that caused a backlog of nearly 300,000 virus test results

‘The buck stops with me, I’m accountable,’ he said in a tense news conference on Monday, his first appearance since state officials revealed the error a week earlier. 

‘No one’s trying to hide that, no one’s trying to mask that, we’re owning that, we’re moving forward to address those issues.’

His tone couldn’t have been more different than it was in March when California’s public battle with the virus began and the state initially avoided the worst outcomes. In commanding news conferences held almost daily, he announced the country’s first statewide stay-at-home order and won mostly adherence from the state’s 40 million residents.

But things began to change in May, when Newsom, under pressure from business leaders, allowed parts of the economy to begin reopening under a complicated, county-by-county process. Within weeks he reversed course as confirmed cases and the positive test rate rose.

The data backlog, which began at the end of July and continued because of a series of errors, led to the state under-counting the rate of virus spread and halted decision-making about what parts of the economy could open. Newsom has repeatedly stressed that those decisions will be made based on data.

Newsom’s announcement last week that things were trending in a positive direction was immediately overshadowed by news of the data errors. 

The state’s top public health official, Dr Sonia Angell, abruptly resigned, and Newsom declined to get into the details. He later said ‘decisions were made’ to change the team. 

In the last week, 11 states saw increases in COVID-19 cases including Hawaii (124%), Vermont (27%), North Dakota (19%), Indiana (18%), South Dakota (16%), Illinois (15%), Virginia (15%), Arkansas (7%), Idaho (5%), Kansas (5%) and Minnesota (3%)

In the last week, 11 states saw increases in COVID-19 cases including Hawaii (124%), Vermont (27%), North Dakota (19%), Indiana (18%), South Dakota (16%), Illinois (15%), Virginia (15%), Arkansas (7%), Idaho (5%), Kansas (5%) and Minnesota (3%)

Pair of cubs sneak into back yard to battle in paddling pool and is filmed by California homeowner 

Bear back wrestling! Moment pair of cubs sneak into back yard to do battle in paddling pool is filmed by delighted California homeowner

  • The bears were spotted going for a swim in in South Lake Tahoe, California
  • Footage shows the cubs play fighting in the pool in the video taken on August 11
  • One of the two goes to explore a nearby tree whilse the other enjoys a swim 

This is the endearing moment two bear cubs go for a dip in a children’s paddling pool in a backyard.

The adorable bears were spotted in South Lake Tahoe, California, going for a swim in a pool in someone’s yard. 

Footage shows the cubs as they splash about in the water, standing on their back legs and play fighting.

The adorable bears, pictured, were spotted in South Lake Tahoe, California, going for a swim in a pool in someone’s yard

The woman who took the video said: 'When I looked outside my window I saw two cubs playing in my daughter's pool' as the pair go for a quick swim

The woman who took the video said: ‘When I looked outside my window I saw two cubs playing in my daughter’s pool’ as the pair go for a quick swim 

The cubs stand on their back legs and play fight as they splash about in the pool

The cubs stand on their back legs and play fight as they splash about in the pool

One of the two makes a dash for a nearby tree and climbs up the trunk while the other stays in the pool

One of the two makes a dash for a nearby tree and climbs up the trunk while the other stays in the pool

One of the two makes a dash for a nearby tree and climbs up the trunk, wrapping its arms round to hold on.

The cub in the pool stands on the edge and waits for the bear to come down from the tree.

The pair rush from the backyard, with one cub scurrying under the outdoor seating to keep up. 

One cub has the pool all to themselves as the other explores a nearby tree

One cub has the pool all to themselves as the other explores a nearby tree

Footage shows a cub splashing about in the pool in the video taken on August 11

Footage shows a cub splashing about in the pool in the video taken on August 11

The woman filming the video said: ”While I was laying in bed I heard some noises coming from my backyard.

‘When I looked outside my window I saw two cubs playing in my daughter’s pool.’

The video was taken on August 11. 

The cub in the pool stands on the edge and waits for the other bear to come down from the tree

The cub in the pool stands on the edge and waits for the other bear to come down from the tree

As  the bear jumps down from the tree the pair dash out the yard

As  the bear jumps down from the tree the pair dash out the yard

Kyle Sandilands’ ex-wife Tamara Jaber looks almost unrecognisable in bikini selfie

Kyle Sandilands’ ex-wife Tamara Jaber looks almost unrecognisable showing off her VERY plump pout and flawless visage as she poses up for a busty bikini selfie in Palm Springs

She’s the Australian singer and ex-wife of shock jock Kyle Sandilands. 

And on Thursday, Tamara Jaber looked a little different when she posed up for a racy bikini selfie that she posted on Instagram. 

The 38-year-old looked almost unrecognisable as she showed off her very plump pout and flawless visage while enjoying a relaxing break in Palm Springs, California.  

My, how you've changed! Kyle Sandilands' ex-wife Tamara Jaber looked almost unrecognisable in a sizzling bikini post on Thursday. Pictured

My, how you’ve changed! Kyle Sandilands’ ex-wife Tamara Jaber looked almost unrecognisable in a sizzling bikini post on Thursday (right)

In the racy image, the brunette beauty wears a red and pink bikini and appears to have just taken a dip, posing with wet hair. 

She also wears a bright red lip, dewy foundation and lashings of mascara. 

‘Birthday selfie, Palm Springs,’ Tamara captioned the sizzling post. 

Familiar face: She's the Australian singer and ex-wife of shock jock Kyle Sandilands (pictured together in 2006)

Familiar face: She’s the Australian singer and ex-wife of shock jock Kyle Sandilands (pictured together in 2006)

Looking back: In 2018, Tamara said on The Morning Show that she cringes when she looks back at old photos of herself

Looking back: In 2018, Tamara said on The Morning Show that she cringes when she looks back at old photos of herself

In 2018, Tamara said on The Morning Show that she cringes when she looks back at old photos of herself. 

‘I had no idea! I’m looking at the style and I’m like [sigh] “those eyebrows”,’ she said. 

‘I cringe because when I look at myself I see someone that was confident on the outside but not on the inside, always wanting to fit in.

Refreshingly honest: 'I cringe because when I look at myself I see someone that was confident on the outside but not on the inside, always wanting to fit in,' she said. Pictured in 2010

Refreshingly honest: 'I cringe because when I look at myself I see someone that was confident on the outside but not on the inside, always wanting to fit in,' she said

Refreshingly honest: ‘I cringe because when I look at myself I see someone that was confident on the outside but not on the inside, always wanting to fit in,’ she said

‘Now I look at myself and don’t care and am happy to be me.’ 

The Sydney-born songstress rose to stardom on Popstars in 2001 and went on to join short-lived pop band Scandal’us. 

Following their disbandment in 2002, Tamara tried her luck with a solo career before joining girl group Scarlett Belle in 2007.

In 2012, she relaunched her solo career after moving to Los Angeles and appeared on TV shows Dancing With the Stars and Drama Queen.

She now lives with her lawyer boyfriend in San Francisco. 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Tamara for comment in relation to this story. 

Remember that?! The Sydney-born songstress rose to stardom on Popstars in 2001 and went on to join short-lived pop band Scandal'us

Remember that?! The Sydney-born songstress rose to stardom on Popstars in 2001 and went on to join short-lived pop band Scandal’us

Big Brother All-Stars: Keesha Marie Smith becomes first evictee and Memphis Garrett wins HoH contest

Keesha Marie Smith was unanimously evicted from the Big Brother All-Stars household on Thursday in the first elimination of the season.

Memphis Garrett, 37, was then named as the new Head of Household, as Cody Calafiore, 29, ended his reign.

Keesha, a 42-year-old waitress from Malibu, California, was voted out of the house by every one of her castmates, which allowed her fellow eviction nominee, Kevin Campbell, 40, to stay.

First evictee: Keesha Marie Smith was unanimously evicted from the Big Brother All-Stars household on Thursday in the first elimination of the season

She had once been voted ‘America’s favorite houseguest,’ on BB10, and she began season 22 of All-Stars by vowing to play a tougher, more cynical game.

It was clear from the outset, however, that she had little support in the house, especially after Kevin pleaded his case to the other castmates individually.

Before announcing the house’s choice to leave, Big Brother host Julie Chen-Moonves, 50, reminded the loser that they were about to re-enter a coronavirus-stricken America.

‘When you exit the house, please socially distance,’ she urged. ‘Go straight to the empty chair across from me, and remember: Please put on your mask.’

New head: Memphis Garrett, 37, was named as the new Head of Household

New head: Memphis Garrett, 37, was named as the new Head of Household

‘By a vote of 13 to zero, Keesha, you are evicted from the Big Brother household,’ Julie solemnly said with her usual display of gravitas for the reality show.

Keesha accepted her fate graciously and strapped on a pink mask, joking that she was going ‘back to the COVID house,’ before departing.

She told Julie she wasn’t surprised her personal allies hadn’t fought for her.

The host: Big Brother host Julie Chen-Moonves, 50, reminded the evictee to mask up due to the coronavirus pandemic

The host: Big Brother host Julie Chen-Moonves, 50, reminded the evictee to mask up due to the coronavirus pandemic

‘It’s too early in the game,’ Keesha acknowledged. ‘Everybody’s gonna go the same way. Nobody’s really playing yet. Everybody’s really laying low.’

From the moment the episode started, new alliances sprung up all over the house.

Memphis and Cody dubbed themselves ‘The Commission,’ and decided to build a ‘layer’ of four people below them who could protect their interests.

Laying low: 'It's too early in the game,' Keesha acknowledged. 'Everybody's gonna go the same way. Nobody's really playing yet. Everybody's really laying low'

Laying low: ‘It’s too early in the game,’ Keesha acknowledged. ‘Everybody’s gonna go the same way. Nobody’s really playing yet. Everybody’s really laying low’

‘If you want to win, you need people around you that you’re not ready to cross, but would take the fall before you,’ Cody reasoned.

Memphis approached Tyler Crispen, Christmas Abbott, Dani  Briones and Nicole Franzel, and let them know he would keep communicating with them quietly, from a distance.

Cody saw the brilliance of the plan, but resolved to let Memphis do the plotting so he wouldn’t suffer any fallout if things went wrong.

Multiple layers: Memphis and Cody Calafiore dubbed themselves 'The Commission,' and decided to build a 'layer' of four people below them who could protect their interests

Multiple layers: Memphis and Cody Calafiore dubbed themselves ‘The Commission,’ and decided to build a ‘layer’ of four people below them who could protect their interests

‘Love him, loyal to him, but also using him as a shield,’ he confessed.

All of the people that Memphis approached liked the idea of a six-person alliance, and agreed to stay ‘inconspicuous’ when they communicated with each other.

But Cody also played a side game, forming another alliance with Bayleigh Dayton, 27, and Da’Vonne Rogers, 32, and Enzo Palumbo, 42, which might come in handy down the line.

Recruitment mission: All of the people that Memphis approached liked the idea of a six-person alliance, and agreed to stay 'inconspicuous' when they communicated with each other

Recruitment mission: All of the people that Memphis approached liked the idea of a six-person alliance, and agreed to stay ‘inconspicuous’ when they communicated with each other

‘I feel like no one’ll find out about us four,’ he told them.

Bayleigh and Tyler, 23, also allied themselves despite their contentious history on BB, deciding to keep their new bond a secret from the others.

Kevin and Nicole Anthony, 24, decided they wanted to be in the final two together, with Nicole describing them both as the ‘outcast, outlier type person—very unique, very rainbow.’ 

Secret bond: Bayleigh Dayton and Tyler Crispen also allied themselves despite their contentious history on BB, deciding to keep their new bond a secret from the others

Secret bond: Bayleigh Dayton and Tyler Crispen also allied themselves despite their contentious history on BB, deciding to keep their new bond a secret from the others

Keesha and Kevin scrambled to try to win over seven houseguests’ votes so they could remain in the game.

‘This eviction coming up is not a slam dunk,’ admitted Cody, who had nominated them for eviction as HoH. ‘There’s reasons to keep both Kevin and Keesha in this game.’

‘I’m definitely listening to whatever people that I’m trying to align myself with have to say, because this eviction could cause ripple effects that may end up hurting me,’ he said.

Tough call: 'This eviction coming up is not a slam dunk,' admitted Cody, who had nominated them for eviction as HoH. 'There's reasons to keep both Kevin and Keesha in this game'

Tough call: ‘This eviction coming up is not a slam dunk,’ admitted Cody, who had nominated them for eviction as HoH. ‘There’s reasons to keep both Kevin and Keesha in this game’

After surveying his allies, Cody realized that Keesha would present less of a threat if she stayed in the game, but also sensed that Kevin would be more ‘genuine’ with him.

‘It only takes seven votes for an eviction,’ he said, counting those in his alliance. ‘It seems like we have the numbers to tip the house whichever way we want.’

At the elimination ceremony, Keesha tried to get her housemates to keep her on the show, but acknowledged that some didn’t like her, and offered, ‘I do wish MOST of you the best of luck.’

Hot seat: Keesha and Kevin were in the hot seat as they faced eviction

Hot seat: Keesha and Kevin were in the hot seat as they faced eviction

Kevin’s plea was more heartfelt, and seemed to affect those sitting around him.

‘I came into this house feeling like a tiny little comet in comparison to the bright supernovas,’ he said. ‘I don’t have many friends in life, and I just decided to connect with you, and you guys helped me find my inner light. If you decide to keep me, we can both shine bright together.’

In the diary room, the BB houseguests laid down their votes, and it was a clear landslide.

Clear landslide: In the diary room, the BB houseguests laid down their votes, and it was a clear landslide

Clear landslide: In the diary room, the BB houseguests laid down their votes, and it was a clear landslide

As was customary, the cast gave shout-outs to their family members while voting, with Da’Vonne adding, ‘Justice for Breonna Taylor!’ too.

After Keesha was voted off, Julie asked her why she’d only wished some people in the house good luck.

‘This week was so hard to choose,’ Keesha said. ‘And then people told me that they were gonna let me know, or that they were on my side, and then today, people just avoided me, except for the few people that didn’t.’

Good question: After Keesha was voted off, Julie asked her why she'd only wished some people in the house good luck

Good question: After Keesha was voted off, Julie asked her why she’d only wished some people in the house good luck

Her goodbye messages from the cast were a mixed bag.

‘Keesha, I had so much fun with you in this house,’ said Janelle Pierzina, 40. ‘I wanted to play this game with you, but unfortunately we just didn’t have the votes to save you.’

‘Keesha, my blond, buxom block buddy, you have been the sweetest person to be up against,’ Kevin offered in his message. ‘I’m sad to see you go, but glad that I’m still here.’

Fond farewell: Keesha hugged her fellow houseguests after they voted her out

Fond farewell: Keesha hugged her fellow houseguests after they voted her out

With Keesha gone, it was also time for Cody to give up his position as Head of Household.

Each houseguest then competed for the role in a game called ‘Big Brother Watch Party.’

Julie showed them all scenes of a fake family watching Big Brother All-Stars at home, then asked them a series of questions about what they’d just seen.

Watch party: Each houseguest then competed for the Head of Household role in a game called 'Big Brother Watch Party'

Watch party: Each houseguest then competed for the Head of Household role in a game called ‘Big Brother Watch Party’

Memphis answered the greatest number of questions about them correctly, and won the title.

Big Brother All-Stars will return Sunday on CBS.

CBS announced last September that Big Brother was renewed for a 22nd season that premiered August 5 with contestants living in a custom-built, two-story house at CBS Studios in Los Angeles with 94 cameras and more than 113 microphones.

The winner: Memphis answered the greatest number of questions about them correctly, and won the title

The winner: Memphis answered the greatest number of questions about them correctly, and won the title