Big Brother’s Nikki and Pete reunite as she says he ‘broke her heart’

Big Brother legends Pete Bennett and Nikki Grahame have reunited.

The former contestants are back together for a new online series celebrating the hit reality show.

In an explosive chat via video call they have looked back at their time together in the TV house and they talk about their romance.

They pair fell for each other in the iconic Channel 4 house, but after returning to normal life they soon split up and at one point in the chat, Nikki accuses Pete of breaking her heart.

In our preview clip, she says: “I’m used to going after these awful footballers. Why would I go for this boy from Brighton who’s a bit whack like me?

“I was like, ‘No!’ Trying to fight my feelings. But I was in love with you, Pete. You broke my bloody heart.”

Pete could be seen smiling awkwardly at the camera as he pulled his dog closer to the screen during Nikki's outburst.

Pete and Nikki had a passionate fling on Big Brother in 2006 together when the show was at its peak.

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Around five million Brits watched them on Channel 4 every night.

Other contestants to take part that year included Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, Imogen Thomas and Lea Walker.

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He told Rylan: "You know what, I think I was like the ugly duckling and I've grown up a bit, but I was 18, to be honest with you I do think I was a bit too young to be in there because I was so naive, I didn't even know how to cook.

"I didn't have any life skills and it was like putting me in with the bulldogs – that's how I felt."

He added: ""I'm so grateful for the experience, but the best moment I'll have to admit was being evicted, because I felt like a winner even though I didn't win, but I felt like the audience cheering, meeting Davina McCall, it was such a crazy but the best experience of my life."

The episodes will be available on Sky Bingo’s social channels.

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