Big Brother WILL come back – I’ll make sure of it, insists Rylan Clark

IT hasn't been on our screens since 2018 and a lot of fans would love to see Big Brother make a comeback – and none more so than Rylan Clark.

After 19 'regular' series and 22 celebrity specials the reality show was shelved indefinitely but, if Rylan, 33, gets his way, it won't be long until we hear that iconic theme tune again.

Speaking to The Sun about a possible reboot, he said:"It will come back, I'll make sure of it! There are always talks about it. I love the show, I've always been a fan."

Following his infamous appearance on The X Factor, Rylan took part in – and won – Celebrity Big Brother in 2013.

He went on to host the various spin-off shows, including Big Brother's Bit on the Side, and has established himself as something of a super fan.

In fact, he loves the show so much that he has an actual diary room chair in his Essex home!

Despite so much success following his time in – and out of – the famous house, Rylan insists he hasn’t changed. He said: “I’m still the same person I was back then and I am so grateful for that.  It doesn't matter what has happened over the last 10 years, the jobs I've had or the people I met. I'm still the same person I was before it all.”

Big Brother launched on Channel 4 in 2000 and helped to kickstart the careers of reality stars including Jade Goody, Nikki Grahame and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace.

It was originally hosted by Davina McCall, who fronted the show for its entire run on Channel 4. 

In 2011 Channel 5 acquired the show in a £200m deal, with Emma Willis taking over from Davina. After eight main series, it was confirmed that the nineteenth overall would be the last, with Cameron Cole winning the show. 

Ryan Thomas won the final series of Celebrity Big Brother, during which ex-Emmerdale actress Roxanne Pallett falsely accused him of hurting her in the house.


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