The 'Big Brother' Highlights Episode Is Airing Tonight
We've been missing Big Brother dearly since the show left our screens back in 2018.
There are too many iconic moments to remember, from Nikki Grahame's epic rant ("who IS she?!") to Makosi's false alarm pregnancy. And if you thought you needed reminding of the very best then you're in luck.
A special highlights show with all the best moments from the reality show is airing tonight, with David McCall hosting!
Yes, the presenter - who helmed the show for 11 years while it was on Channel 4 - will be hosting Big Brother: Best Shows Ever Show, airing on the original network.
David will be joined by Rylan Clark-Neal, who hosted the Big Brother's Bit On The Side when the show moved to Channel 5 until it was axed in 2018.
Together, the presenters will be dissecting the best moments from the show's history - and we for one cannot wait.
The one-off special, airing on Channel 4, coincides with the show's 20th anniversary. Bet you feel old now, eh?
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Davina said: "I lived and breathed Big Brother for 11 years of my life. I didn't miss one single episode. Not one week goes by when I don't quote Big Brother in some form.
"It made me laugh, it made me cry and most importantly it taught me to never judge a book by its cover. I love the show with all of my heart and can't wait to share it with a whole new audience. And of course, all you diehard fans out there...It's good to be back. Big Brother's missed you."
Rylan added: "After being off air for nearly two years I'm so excited to be bringing some much-needed Big Brother back to our lives.
"Over the years Big Brother has brought groundbreaking television moments for many reasons, but now so more than ever whilst we're all playing the role of housemates, let's go back and rewind the clock to some of our favourite ever episodes.
"There will be laughs, tears and drama, but most of all we get to relive some of Big Brother's greatest episodes."
Big Brother launched in July 2000 on Channel 4 and was a staple on TV screens across the nation. In 2011, Channel 5 acquired the show and it ran until its end in 2018.
We personally cannot wait to relive some of these iconic moments.
If Kinga and the wine bottle don't make the list then it'll be a wasted show. We're still scarred.
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