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Big Brother star Hallie's 'p***ed off' reaction to game caught on camera

Big Brother star Hallie's 'p***ed off' reaction to game caught on camera

She seemed fairly fed up with the whole ordeal

We're all over the moon that Big Brother is finally back on our screens after five long years with many fans tuning in to watch the reality TV show dubbed the 'ultimate social experiment'.

Eagle-eyed viewers, however, have seemingly picked up on a detail about one of the house's 16 contestants - Hallie, an 18-year-old youth worker from London.

The brand-new Big Brother star appeared to have a 'p***ed off' reaction to one of the show's ice-breaker games and its been caught on camera.

Hallie, who was just a child when Big Brother was cancelled back in 2018, entered the house in front of the live ITV studio audience to battle it out with 15 other housemates for a £100,000 cash prize.

Now, in the long-awaited ITV reboot which premiered tonight (8 October), it wasn't long before the chaos of the fun and games commenced.

As the bunch prepared for a good old game of hide and seek - it appeared like 18-year-old Hallie was far from enthusiastic about getting involved and rolled her eyes at the news.

With that said, however, Hallie ended up being a good sport and got stuck in anyway.

Wonder what more games contestants will have to face as the show goes on.

Hallie, 18, appeared to roll her eyes at the hide and seek game.

Kevin Lygo, the director of media and entertainment at ITV, has previously said that he’s aiming to recapture the essence of the show’s 'golden period' with the exciting new reboot.

"The key to Big Brother is to keep it like it was in its golden period – more interesting, intelligent, and upmarket than other reality shows," he said in a statement.

From Chantelle Houghton's undercover mission and Roxanne Pallett's Punch-gate, to the whole 'David is dead' drama and Nikki Grahame's 'Who is she?' rant - it's a fact that the show has created some of the most controversial and memorable moments of British TV history.

The director for reality commissioning at ITV2 and ITVX, Paul Mortimer, has said: "AJ and Will really are our perfect pairing as we prepare to reintroduce Big Brother to the next generation.

"With a genuine chemistry, both of them will bring effortless wit, charm and heaps of character to their roles and we're delighted to be working with them both again."

With dream duo Will Best and AJ Odudu hosting the revival - we certainly can’t wait for all that's to come.

Big Brother started tonight (8 October) at 9pm on ITV1, ITV2 and ITVX.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: TV And Film, ITV, Big Brother