Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd who are the familiar face of 'Big Brother' recent season may be one of the teams participating in the midseason edition.
One of the teams that would participate in the 16th edition of "The Amazing Race" has been unveiled. A fan has snapped "Big Brother" contestants Jeff Schroeder and Jordan Lloyd at LAX over the weekend, with large backpacks similar to those worn by the participants of the race and matching blue T-shirts.
They were said standing in front of the gate from Chicago to Boston, meaning it may as well be early in the race. Other teams were also spotted at the international airport but they weren't immediately recognizable.
Jeff and Jordan reportedly had camera crew with them in North Carolina recently, most likely to shoot the promo for "Race". Moreover, Jeff's Twitter has been inactive starting November 22, around the time the production was kicked off. All in all, the casting will not be confirmed at least until early next year.
Jordan is the winner of "Big Brother 11" which also included Jeff. They started as competitors but they made an ally until Jeff was voted out of the house. It was confirmed in October that they were dating.
Should the report is true, this is not the first time CBS is doing a crossover for reality show contestants. "Big Brother 4" runner-up Alison Irwin competed in the fifth season of "Amazing Race", teaming up with her then-boyfriend Donny Patrick. Also in the seventh season of the race, Rob and Amber from "Survivor" also participated and finished second. The couple were back for "The Amazing Race: All-Star".