Big Brother is set to return to TV screens next year, it’s been reported.
ITV are thought to be relaunching the iconic show with the series going back to its original roots if it does return.
ITV bosses are reportedly considering the show to air on ITV2 in autumn of 2023, after Love Island.
A TV source told The Sun: “They think putting it on ITV2 will open it up to a new audience and legion of younger fans.
“The talks are still at an early, and delicate, stage and the next few weeks will be key.
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“It needs the full treatment and they’re confident they are the ones who can return it to its legendary former glory.”
The hit show ran for a whopping 18 years on Channel 4 and then Channel 5, and a number of household names have come from the show.
David McCall famously presented the series, which sees people put in a house together and recorded day and night.
The returning show won’t feature celebrities but will instead go back to its roots with members of the public, it’s been reported.
Some of the famous faces from the show include the late Jade Goody, Josie Gibson and Alison Hammond.
Nikki Grahame also appeared on the show and tragically passed away last year.
One year on tributes flooded in recently for the star, who died of anorexia.
In an exclusive interview with OK! magazine, Nikki’s mum Sue said if she could speak to her daughter one last time, she’d tell her she was “pretty much the best thing that ever happened to me – she and her sister”.
“I am so proud of everything she achieved – I’m so lucky she was my girl,” Sue said, describing Nikki’s incredible life, as well as her serious struggles.
Friends both in and out of the spotlight have paid tribute to their larger-than-life friend.
Nikki’s best friend Carly, who, along with pal Leon, set up a desperate GoFundMe page to save Nikki in the weeks before her death, shared a tribute on Instagram.
“A year ago life changed forever,” she wrote. “I never thought that it would be the last time I spoke to you.
“My heart hurts every time I think of you or someone mentions you to me. No one will ever replace you as a friend.”
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