BIG Brother’s Julie Chen Moonves has announced a new career away from the reality show.
The 53-year-old announced her exit from the show last month.
On Tuesday, Julie posted a video of herself on the Big Brother set to social media.
She wore a strapless black floral dress and black strappy heeled sandals.
“Hello, Big Brother fans,” she said. “This is Julie Chen Moonves.”
“Did you know you can pre-order my new audio memoir But First, God for a chance to win some fantastic Big Brother gifts including a HOH robe, Veto necklace and my personal tickets to the season 25 finale of Big Brother? “
Julie finished, “Be sure to check this out.”
The moderator captioned that post: “To all @CBSBigBrother fans! You can pre-order my audio memoir BUT GOD FIRST from @SimonAudio and enter here: https://bit.ly/46wopUv for a chance to win a trip to the #BB25 finals, #BigBrother gifts, Zoom with me and more!”
The grand prize winner will receive two tickets to the finals, a HOH robe and merchandise from Faith Center Co.
Runner-up will receive a 15-minute Zoom call with Julie, a HOH robe, and merchandise from Faith Center Co.
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Another runner-up will receive a Veto necklace and Faith Center Co. merchandise including a sweatshirt, tote bag and keychain.
“I can barely wait for it!”
Julie first announced her audiobook in June.
She took to Instagram to share with fans the title and when it was posted.
“I can’t wait for you all to hear the story of my spiritual awakening and learn more about my life and career in my audio memoirs BUT FIRST GOD coming September 19th from @simon.audio! Link in bio to learn more,” Julie captioned that post.
In the photo, Julie was standing next to a trellis with leaves on it and was wearing a white off-the-shoulder shirt.
It read: “News from Julie Chen Moonves, But First, God: An Audio Memoir of Spiritual Discovery, out September 19!”
Many fans congratulated her on the news and said they were excited to hear it.
In July, just weeks before season 25 begins, Julie opened up about whether or not she wants to continue hosting Big Brother.
The host opened up Weekly entertainment about whether or not she plans to continue the show in the coming seasons.
The outlet asked Julie why she was considering stepping down, and she gave a few reasons.
“I look at my joints. I’m like, ‘How are my hips and knees feeling this morning?’” she laughed.
“I like to watch one season at a time. As I go into season 25, I’m like, ‘I don’t want it to end.’
Julie continued, “I think there must be a few things [to make me step away]For example, if I feel like the audience is getting tired of me or the show isn’t what I want it to be.”
“But with [executive producers] Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan are the pioneers. I can’t imagine it ever being something that I don’t feel suits me or what I think the show should be.”
EW said when the time comes for the 53-year-old to step down, it will be a feeling for her and the show as a whole.
“I think you know when it’s time to go, whether as a show or me as a host, and I just don’t see any signs of that right now. But you just never know,” she finished.