Twitter Is Having a Holaday Over The Confirmed Big Brother Return

Twitter Is Having a Holaday Over The Confirmed Big Brother Return ...

During the ad break during the Love Island final on Monday night (Aug. 1), a familiar theme rang out. Soon it became apparent that Big Brother is back. It is expected to launch on ITV2 and ITVX sometime in 2023, but the 20-second teaser did not give away much other than a heavy dose of nostalgia. The use of Elementfours 12 as the reality show theme

Big Brother was first broadcast in the United Kingdom in 2000, and it has had its fair share of broadcasters. It originally ran on Channel 4 for 11 series and 7 celebrity specials before moving to Channel 5, with eight series and 15 celeb-filled seasons. Now it has a new home on ITV2, and the broadcaster has been so kind as to offer an insight into their own take on the franchise.

As per ITV2, Paul Mortimer, and CITV's Director of Reality Commissioning and Acquisitions and Controller, the new Big Brother will be reimagined for up to six weeks and will feature carefully selected housemates from all walks of life. There will also be live evictions and a cash prize to boot.

Who will present ITV2s Big Brother is still unknown, according to others, but former housemate Rylan Clark might be there in a heartbeat if asked. Others might be ITVs own Alison Hammond, who competed in the third series, or Josie Gibson, who won the eleventh series. Then, theres always room for the OG presenter Davina McCall to return or Channel 5 hosts Emma Willis and Brian Dowling.

It's unknown what ITV2 will do with Big Brother, but it's clear that fans are ecstatic that the original Love Island reality series will be renewed. Below are just a few of the reactions on Twitter during the Love Island final, as well as the incredible 20-second teaser caused.

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