Who is Hallie on Big Brother 2023? | The Sun

THE wait for Big Brother is finally over as 16 housemates have entered the famous TV house for the brand-new series.

Meet Hallie – the third contestant to enter the Big Brother house and is set to compete for a £100,000 cash prize.

Who is Hallie?

Hallie is 18 years old and the youngest contestant on this year's show.

She's a youth worker from London and isn’t a total stranger to fame.

“I once accidentally swallowed magnets and I was in the news because I had to get them surgically removed and everything!” she said.

Describing herself, she said: “I’m a bit of a diva and I speak my mind but I’m also a very lovely person. I’m a girl’s girl, for sure. I’m honest, fun and, yeah, just brilliant.”

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Hallie added that she is most likely to be nominated for “being lazy and having an opinion”.

Looking ahead, she said she would "give a couple grand" to her mum to say thank you for "everything she's done for me" if she won the £100,000 cash prize.

Who is in the Big Brother 2023 cast?

Over the next six weeks, the housemates will face the ultimate social experiment with £100,000 up for grabs.

Here's a full list of the Big Brother 2023 housemates:

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  • Farida, 50, – make-up artist from Wolverhampton.
  • Chanelle, 29 – dental therapist from Llanelli
  • Dylan, 39 – DJ from Coventry
  • Zak, 28 – model from Manchester
  • Henry 25 – food writer from the Cotswolds
  • Hallie, 18 – youth worker from London
  • Jenkin, 25 – barman from Bridgend
  • Jordan 25 – lawyer from Scunthorpe
  • Matty, 24 – doctor from the Isle of Man
  • Noky, 26 – banker from Derby
  • Kerry, 40 – NHS manager from Essex
  • Olivia, 23 – dancer from Glasgow
  • Yinrun, 25 – customer support agent from Harrogate
  • Paul, 23 – security officer from Liverpool
  • Tom, 21 – butcher from Somerset
  • Trish, 33 – full-time mum from Luton

When does Big Brother start?

Big Brother kicked off on Sunday, October 8, 2023 – the first time in five years.

Hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best fronted the launch extravaganza which was aired across ITV.

The remainder of the series will be available nightly at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX – the show will not air on Saturdays.

They also front a new daily spin-off series called Big Brother: Late and Live which will air directly after the main show at 10pm.

Die-hard fans will get to binge the action from the house with live streaming available on ITVX until the early hours of the morning.

Ahead of the first launch episode, AJ and Will gave audiences a stern warning beforehand.

Will said: "We are so excited to see what all our amazing housemates get up to this series.

"There's going to be ups and downs, twists and turns – it's going to be so great."

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AJ agreed, adding: "It's going to be so so good, but please do remember that all our housemates are real people with real lives.

"If you wouldn't say anything to them in person, please watch out what you say to them online."

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