“Who is SHE?” Is everyone ready for more iconic catchphrases and moments as the OG reality show returns in 2023?
Well, if you’d like to feature in the next series of Big Brother, start applying as we’d love to get some decent Yorkshire folk.
I was confirmed last month that the popular reality TV show is set to return this time on ITV. It originallu aired in the UK in the 00s and ran for 20 series. It ran for 11 series with 7 series of Celebrity Big Brother on Channel 4 before moving to Channel 5 for a further 8 series with 15 Celebrity Big Brother before coming to an end in 2018.
Audiences can expect a new look house with entertaining tasks, tense nominations and live evictions. You the Great British Public, will be able to vote for your favourites and determine who will win the huge cash prize.
Check out some of the most funniest moments across the years below:
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ITV has announced that they’re on the lookout for ‘the nation’s most interesting, funny and entertaining characters who come from every corner of the country’ and we think Yorkshire folk fit the bill.
Stating what to expect they wrote: “The final cast of housemates will live under the watchful eye of Big Brother, and the nation, for up to six weeks with cameras capturing their every move.
“Over the course of the show, they’ll face a series of clever tasks, nail-biting nominations and live evictions, with the public once again playing a crucial role, voting throughout the series and ultimately determining the winner.”
It’s new home will be an ITV2 and ITVX, with a new series to air next year. It will be back in the most famous television house once more with a new cast for up to six weeks.
Head over to the website here and fill out a form if you think you would like to feature on next series. The application window remains open until 27th January 2023.
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Feature Image Credit: Channel 4