Tonight is the final of the last ever series of Big Brother, and with that in mind Channel 4 in partnership with Endemol are going to take the series out in style.
Tonight’s winner, whoever that will end up being will not only win the £100,000 in prize money, but will also be put back into the house to compete with former housemates from Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother of previous years.
Over the years a total of 254 housemates have been in the house, and a select few from that number will be sent back in to compete for the title of ultimate Big Brother.
Channel Five News have revealed some of the housemates who are rumoured to be returning, and the most obvious ones of that list of 254 include Nikki Grahame, Chantelle Houghton, and Nasty Nick.
Former Celebrity Big Brother Housemates who are not on the publicity pictures, but could well make a return included Vanessa Feltz and this years winner of Celebrity Big Brother, Alex Reed.
Former winner Pete Bennett whose stay in the house educated viewers about the ups and downs of Tourette’s syndrome said in a statement that he’ll not be taking part.
Big Brother 8 winner Brian Belo revealed in a statement that he doesn’t fancy his chances in the contest.
As to if this will really be the end of Big Brother remains to be seen. However it is the end for Channel 4s part in the series, and according to Daily Express Showbiz editor Elisa Roche. We could see the format or variation thereof moved to another television station.
“I very much doubt this is the last we’ll ever see of Big Brother. It’s such a powerful format. It’s had such a place in television history, and there’s still a market for it. People love it!
“So, I really hope it takes a little bit of a break, and we see it again.”
The big final of Big Brother will start at 8PM tonight.Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.