Big Brother house sneak peek with biggest ever diary room chair and jacuzzi
A sneak peek of the new Big Brother house has been teased just days before the launch show.
Hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best will welcome a new batch of housemates to the wild social experiment over the weekend and they will move into one of the most famous homes in Britain. Over the series, the group will ditch their normal lives to live together before they each get evicted one by one.
On Friday (October 6), Good Morning Britain's showbiz correspondent Richard Arnold got a first look into the Big Brother garden ahead of the show's return on Sunday (October 8) night. Welcomed into the brand-new house by the nostalgic voice of Marcus Bentley, Richard said, "Hearing that voice and the music as well it takes you way back. The show, which changed the broadcasting world forever. I'm sure it’ll live up to expectations."
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Although Richard was unable to share the highly anticipated bedroom, as it would reveal the number of this year’s participants, he did share with viewers that "the living area is absolutely vast. There are two huge sofas, it’s the biggest communal area that I’ve ever seen in a Big Brother house over the years."
The TV star also explained how the show's commitment to sustainability has had an impact on the interior design of this year's house, Richard said: "There’s a bath on a plinth. Initially they were going to have a clear bath but it would have to come from China and the key message here in the house this year is sustainability."
Richard also showed viewers a water tank that will collect rainwater, "which undoubtedly ends up in the jacuzzi." Continuing his tour the raving reporter said: "The diary room is a sight to behold, it's the biggest chair that I’ve ever seen." He also revealed there's an off-camera smoking area and an outdoor fireplace, which this year’s participants will occupy from Sunday.
It comes after presenters AJ and Will admitted the "pressure is on" ahead of the launch show. The dynamic duo follow in the footsteps of Davina McCall, Emma Willis and Brian Dowling. AJ told Daily Star and other press: "The pressure is on, it's a big show, it's everyone's baby. We all grew up watching it but then there's a whole new audience that we want to bring along on the ride as well.
"And also it's had previous presenters who both Will and I both love, adore and respect, they're the nation's sweethearts, and we want to do everyone proud." Will added: "You know, I think doing any show is big, obviously there's going to be nerves attached, there's pressure attached. But I think one of the best things about doing this, is one, I'm just excited that Big Brother is coming back first of all.
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"I've been a massive fan of the show over the years, so for the show to come back, for something you love to come back and then to actually get a chance to work on it, that immediately overrides anything else."
Big Brother: The Launch airs Sunday, October 9 on ITV1, ITV2 and ITVX at 9pm
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