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Jeff and Jordan from 'Big Brother' among 11 teams on 'The Amazing Race'

It’s official: two of Big Brother’s most beloved players ever are joining the next installment of The Amazing Race. Jordan Lloyd, 22, and Jeff Schroeder, 31, are among the 11 teams that will cross five continents and eight countries in the 16th edition of Race that kicks off Feb. 14. Here are the other teams:

Couple Caite Upton, 20, a model/actress from Lexington, S.C. (and the former Miss Teen South Carolina who bungled that Iraq answer on Miss USA 2007) and Brent Horne, 28, a model from Columbia, S.C.

Undercover detectives Louis Stravato, 47, and Michael Naylor, 45, from Providence, R.I.

Father Steve Smith, 57, a professional baseball coach, and his daughter Allie Smith, 23, from Encinitas, Calif.

Fellow moms Monique Pryor, 39, an attorney from West Orange, N.J. and Shawne Morgan, 39, an attorney from Bowie, Md.

Brothers/cowboys Jet McCoy, 30, from Ada, Okla. and Cord McCoy, 29 from Tupelo, Okla.

Married couple Adrian Davis, 40, and Dana Davis, 39, from Arlington, Texas

Grandma Jody Kelly, 71, a personal trainer from Round Rock, Texas and her granddaughter Shannon Foster, 22 from Georgetown, Texas

Carol Rosenfeld,  47, a consultant, and her girlfriend Brandy Snow, 40, an actress, both from Los Angeles

Married couple Joe Wang, 42, a software salesman and his wife, Heidi, 37, from El Segundo, Calif.

Brothers Dan Pious, 24, a financial advisor and Jordan Pious, 22, a strategic consultant from Barrington, R.I.

Photo Credit: Monty Brinton/CBS

Originally posted January 21 2010 — 12:19 PM EST

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