Julie Chen
“Big Brother” Season 19 host Julie Chen will welcome the 16 houseguests into their home for the summer on June 28 at 8 p.m. EDT. Pictured: Chen at the Big Brother Big Sisters Of Greater Los Angeles 2012 Stars Gala at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on Oct. 26, 2012. Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown

The “Big Brother” Season 19 house was recently opened ahead of the June 28 premiere, so that fans of the reality TV show can get the first look of what the 16 houseguests’ new home would look like.

Host Julie Chen participated in the tour organized by The Hollywood Reporter together with executive producers Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan. Photos of the house’s interior were also released by CBS exclusively for the publication, and it shows an extremely colorful household. There are two huge purple sofas and two nomination chairs in the living room, right in front of the TV.

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One of the rooms is mainly painted in a combination of green and black colors. There are only four beds inside the room – two are good for individual houseguests, while the other two are perfect for two to three contestants. The swimming pool outdoors is filled with inflatable swans and a cherry. Another room seems to be fit for royals since it has extravagant mirrors and chairs.

But the biggest information gathered from the tour other than the physical appearance of the Big Brother house has to do with the biggest twist this season. According to Meehan, this year’s theme is temptation and the course of the game will depend on which temptations the houseguests will take.

“It’s a summer of temptation! Not only does the house represent that, but the rooms carry through with some of those themes and we’re bringing that all the way through with the twists of the game this summer as well. With temptation there are lots of different paths the season could go on depending on which temptations the houseguests take. We’ve never done anything quite like that throughout the course of the season. So we have plans and backups for all different things,” he said.

Grodner also revealed that there are two scripts this season because the houseguests will be given the chance to open one of the two doors. “We have to be prepared. On opening night we have two different scripts and two different possibilities depending on what’s going to happen,” she said.

Big Brother” Season 19 will premiere on CBS on June 28 at 8 p.m. EDT.