Rylan Clark drops biggest hint yet that Big Brother IS returning with cryptic new pic
RYLAN Clark has dropped the biggest hint yet that Big Brother IS returning with a cryptic new pic.
He drove fans wild as he cosied up to host of the show Emma Willis in a sweet snap on Instagram.
Rylan got fans guessing that Big Brother really is coming back as he teased them with a new shot with Emma.
Emma looked stylish in her pink suit jacket as she leaned on his shoulder.
Rylan, who beamed in his black shirt and suit jacket captioned the shot: "Big Sister ❤️ Big Brother."
The duo teamed up for Emma Willis and Rylan Clark reunited for The Prince’s Trust and TKMaxx Homesense Awards, at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London.
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The Sun revealed Brother is set to make a dramatic return to UK telly screens last January.
But there is a big twist.
Bosses at E4 are bringing back all the antics of the Diary Room but with the most recent series of Big Brother VIP.
The Australian version of the iconic Celebrity spin-off stars Meghan Markle's brother, Thomas Markle Jnr, US reality star Caitlyn Jenner and Aussie's own Jessika Power.
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Jessika is best known for appearing in the 2019 series of Married At First Sight Australia but is also among this year's Celebs Go Dating lineup here in the UK.
Announcing the 'return' of Big Brother, E4 explained that the famous faces will be seen living in plush 'hotel' accommodation, rather than a BB house.
The winner will walk away with a huge cash prize for charity, worth £53,000.
"The Diary Room Doors are preparing to open Down Under," E4 said in a statement.
"Over 11 episodes, this celebrity series will see 12 celebrities live together in Big Brother’s first ever ‘luxury hotel’ – but of course, there’ll be a Big Brother twist waiting for them, as well as the chance to win a $100,000 prize for charity."
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Big Brother VIP also stars a slew of Australian celebs, including Australian Survivor contestant Luke Toki, actor Bernard Curry and model and actress Ellie Gonsalves.
The series, which aired Down Under in November 2021, is hosted by Sonia Kruger, who also presents The Voice Australia and the civilian series of Big Brother Australia.
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