Xavier Prather big brother winner guests on bb
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As we reported on October 7, last month, one of CBS’ biggest reality shows made history and now soap fans will get to see it spill over onto The Bold and the Beautiful. Lawyer Xavier Prather, Big Brother’s first ever Black winner will be making a few guest appearances on the soap as a Forrester executive named James on Monday, November 8, as well as on Wednesday, November 10.

The reality show shared the news, along with Prather on the set of Bold & Beautiful, via social media and asked fans, “Are you wanting more Xavier?!? Well, you’re in luck!”

Followed by the CBS soap’s post, “Xavier Prather is in the house! Don’t miss the Big Brother star on today’s all-new episode.”

Prather’s guest appearance is no surprise, as many before him, such as fan favorite Rachel Reilly, have turned up at Forrester Creations, Bikini Bar and other sets on the soap. However, this season was epic and getting to see one of Big Brother’s strongest contestants ever take part in a current storyline, well, what better way to continue Prather’s much-deserved win!

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If you didn’t watch this season, the 23rd in the popular show, Prather was part of a dominate six-person alliance called The Cookout. It was created from the very beginning with the goal to have the first-ever Black contestant win. And not only did they all accomplish that task, The Cookout made it to the final six before they had to start voting each other out.

Xavier Prather wins Big Brother

In the end, Prather won the final Head of Household competition, evicted Azah and brought Big D to the final two. After a unanimous vote from the jury, Prather took home the $750,000 grand prize with Big D as the runner-up with $75,000 and Tiffany, another member of The Cookout, getting picked for the $50,000 prize for America’s Favorite Houseguest!

Congrats to all!

While we await Prather’s appearance, take a look through our gallery of soap opera guest stars we’d love to see return.

— Amy Mistretta