Big Brother host reveal – coming soon to ITV2 & ITVX
Big Brother’s legendary housemate Nadia Almada has spoken about the possibility of returning to the show.
The former winner appeared on the fifth series back in 2004 and took home the crown after winning the hearts of the nation.
Although Big Brother ended on Channel 5 in 2018, after it moved from its former home on Channel 4, it’s now set to return once again on ITV later this year.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk on behalf of ICE36, former winner Nadia Almada addressed whether or not she’d go back into the house.
She said: “I think it would be quite nice to have that mentorship of what we’ve experienced. Almost to pass on that experience of advice and mentorship.”
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Nadia confessed her mother is a huge fan of the reality show and asked her to apply to the Portuguese version after winning the UK series back in 2004.
The reality star admitted that she would go back on the show both in the UK and in her home country.
She added: “It would be great, let’s wait and see what they have in mind. Yeah, I’m open to the suggestion I guess. I mean, I’m iconic.”
The now 46-year-old explained she feels as though some of the original cast from the Channel 4 series should be included as they have a lot of wisdom to share.
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She continued: “It would be nice to be acknowledged by the show. We’re ready to come back and show the kids how it’s done.
“I have a Gen X mentality but a Gen Z entitlement! I’m way ahead of the times.”
Although fans will have to wait to see if any familiar faces make an appearance in the reboot, two people viewers will be seeing are new hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best.
The duo will share the iconic hosting role as they preside over the weekly evictions along with an additional nightly live show where they will debate all the hot topics from the house.
Speaking about joining the show, AJ expressed her excitement as she said: “I couldn’t be happier.
“Following in the footsteps of some of my favourite broadcasting legends to front such an iconic show is an absolute honour.
“To do it alongside my amazing friend Will is the icing on the cake.”
Although there is yet to be an official launch date, Big Brother is expected to air later on in 2023.
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