The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers: Tyler Crispen and Brett Robinson head to Forrester Creations

Tyler Crispen from Big Brother 20 while in the Big Brother house
The Bold and the Beautiful gets a visit from Tyler Crispen from Big Brother 20. Pic credit: CBS

The Bold and the Beautiful has welcomed Big Brother houseguests to the set for the last several years. As Big Brother 20 ended just a few weeks ago, two members of the famed Level 6 alliance headed to the studio to tape a few scenes on the beloved soap.

Tyler Crispen won America’s Favorite Player and came in second place to Kaycee Clark during Big Brother 20. He was a fan favorite early on and pegged to win the entire game. Not only did he win some cash but he also got the girl.

Brett Robinson didn’t make it to the finals on Big Brother 20, but he did make a lasting impression. From his over-the-top speeches to his sneaky tactics, the good-looking boy from the east coast was an important part of the Level 6 alliance.

Shortly after Big Brother 20 aired the season finale, Tyler Crispen and Brett Robinson were asked to film scenes on The Bold and the Beautiful. When it was initially announced, no one knew what roles they would be playing or who they would be filming with.

Earlier today, Soap Opera Digest shared a blip about the Big Brother 20 stars appearing on The Bold and the Beautiful. They will be stopping by Forrester Creations and will likely be running into Quinn (Rena Sofer) and Wyatt (Darin Brooks).

As of now, this is the only show the Big Brother alums were tapped to be on that has been confirmed. There have been rumors about possibly getting Tyler Crispen and Angela Rummans on The Amazing Race to play to the Tangela fans, but it is still speculation.

Tune into The Bold and the Beautiful on October 24 to see what the Big Brother houseguests have in them regarding their acting skills!

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