Big Brother Australia set to introduce ‘white room’ in shocking finale twist


Big Brother Australia set to introduce ‘white room’ in SHOCKING finale twist – as one housemate betrays the whole house

The final six housemates are currently competing to win the $250,000 cash prize on Big Brother Australia.

But Chad Hurst, Sophie Budack, Daniel Gorringe, Mat Garrick, Kieran Davidson, and Sarah McDougal will have to survive the show’s shocking finale twist.

In a new trailer for the final two weeks, Big Brother is set to revive its ‘white room’ – a sealed off room which is painted all white and has a buzzer in the middle.

Shocking! Big Brother Australia is set to introduce the ‘white room’ in a shocking finale twist. Pictured Sophie Budack

‘Big Brother has saved his most epic twist till last,’ the show’s host Sonia Kruger said.

The room was first introduced on the show in 2007, and saw four ‘wild cards’ locked inside.

They were given several temptations and the last surviving housemate, who survived the endurance test, had the opportunity to enter the house as an intruder.

It's back! In a trailer for the final two weeks, Big Brother is set revive its 'white room', a sealed off room which is painted all white and has a buzzer in the middle

It’s back! In a trailer for the final two weeks, Big Brother is set revive its ‘white room’, a sealed off room which is painted all white and has a buzzer in the middle

It is unclear when the white room, which has also featured on Big Brother in the UK and Brazil, will feature on the show.

The sneak peek also revealed that one housemate is going to betray the entire house during the final two weeks.

In the trailer, Mat is seen telling Kieran that, ‘it’s beneficial for me to have you in my corner’.

Playing the game: The sneak peek also revealed that one housemate is going to cthe entire house during the final two weeks

Playing the game: The sneak peek also revealed that one housemate is going to betray the entire house during the final two weeks

The voice-over then said: ‘One of them will betray the whole house in a move that no one will see coming.’

There are now only six housemates left vying for the $250,000 cash prize.

Australia will vote for a winner next month during a live finale when there are only three contestants remaining.

Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven

Exciting! Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven. Pictured: Daniel Gorringe

Exciting! Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven. Pictured: Daniel Gorringe

Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Evicted stars expose the wild audition process


Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Evicted stars expose the wild audition process and how YOU can stand out when applying for the next series

Big Brother Australia is already looking for its next batch of housemates.

And evicted stars Hannah Campbell and Angela Clancy have revealed just how wild the application process can get. 

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, they shared the craziest things they saw in their group auditions and what to avoid when attempting to wow producers.

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Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Evicted stars expose the wild audition process and how YOU can stand out when applying for the next series. Pictured: Host Sonia Kruger

Angela and Hannah, both from Perth, claimed hopefuls went ‘above and beyond to try and look ridiculous to get noticed’.

‘I actually didn’t think I would get in, because girls were in bikinis or people brought big plants or had flamboyant hair,’ fan favourite Angela, 38, said.

‘I went in as myself and didn’t bring anything… you stand out when you’re authentic, because you can only fake it for so long,’ the mother-of-two added.

‘Go in as yourself and make a good pitch, that’s all you need. You don’t need to wear a bikini – it’s not Love Island!’

'I actually didn't think I would get in': Fan favourite Angela Clancy, 38, said so many people tried to stand out by wearing bikinis, carrying large plants or styling their hair crazy

‘I actually didn’t think I would get in’: Fan favourite Angela Clancy, 38, said so many people tried to stand out by wearing bikinis, carrying large plants or styling their hair crazy

'It's not Love Island!' Angela said people shouldn't wear a bikini to auditions, and should instead showcase their personalities to producers

‘It’s not Love Island!’ Angela said people shouldn’t wear a bikini to auditions, and should instead showcase their personalities to producers

Hannah, 26, agreed: ‘Just be true to yourself. That’s what the producers want.’

The communications specialist said she saw people going ‘above and beyond to look ridiculous’, with some dressed in ‘extravagant’ clothing.   

‘Just wear what you’d normally wear and talk about what you’d normally talk about, because you can’t be fake in the house forever,’ Hannah advised 2021 hopefuls. 

Sonia Kruger appears to be returning as the 2021 host, as she shared a video message to fans encouraging them to apply last month.

'That's what the producers want': The communications specialist said she saw people going 'above and beyond to look ridiculous', but producers just want people to be themselves. Pictured: Hannah(right) and co-star Sarah McDougal (left) at their group audition

‘That’s what the producers want’: The communications specialist said she saw people going ‘above and beyond to look ridiculous’, but producers just want people to be themselves. Pictured: Hannah(right) and co-star Sarah McDougal (left) at their group audition

'Just wear what you'd normally wear and talk about what you'd normally talk about': Hannah agreed with Angela, advising hopefuls to be authentic, as they can't fake it in the house

‘Just wear what you’d normally wear and talk about what you’d normally talk about’: Hannah agreed with Angela, advising hopefuls to be authentic, as they can’t fake it in the house

There are now only six housemates left vying for the $250,000 cash prize.

Australia will vote for a winner later this month during a live finale when there are only three contestants remaining.

Big Brother Australia continues on Tuesday from 7:30pm on Seven

Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues Tuesday from 7:30pm on Channel Seven. Pictured: host Sonia Kruger

Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues Tuesday from 7:30pm on Channel Seven. Pictured: host Sonia Kruger

Big Brother star and aspiring musician Xavier Molyneux was on Australia’s Got Talent


Big Brother star and aspiring musician Xavier Molyneux was on Australia’s Got Talent – but do YOU remember his appearance?

Big Brother Australia star Xavier Molyneux was on Australia’s Got Talent in 2019.

But fans may not immediately remember the aspiring musician’s appearance on the reality TV contest.

Footage that aired last July from the show’s 14th season shows the 23-year-old on stage with host Ricki-Lee Coulter.

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Familiar face: Big Brother Australia star and aspiring musician Xavier Molyneux (pictured) was on Australia’s Got Talent in 2019 – but do YOU remember his appearance?

However, Xavier was not there to perform.

Xavier, who is also a paramedic, was side of stage with Ricki-Lee to provide emergency assistance if a death-defying stunt went wrong.

Former Bachelorette star and magician Apollo Jackson was suspended upside down in a straitjacket above a bed of flaming spikes, for an escape stunt.

Scary stuff! Former Bachelorette star and magician Apollo Jackson (left) performed a dangerous  escape stunt for his audition on the talent show in 2019

Scary stuff! Former Bachelorette star and magician Apollo Jackson (left) performed a dangerous  escape stunt for his audition on the talent show in 2019

'Death is definitely on the cards': Xavier, who is a Sydney paramedic, was side of stage with Ricki-Lee to provide emergency assistance if a death-defying stunt went wrong.

‘Death is definitely on the cards’: Xavier, who is a Sydney paramedic, was side of stage with Ricki-Lee to provide emergency assistance if a death-defying stunt went wrong.

Dangerous! The magician was suspended upside down in a straitjacket above a bed of flaming spikes for the escape stunt (pictured) while on fire

Dangerous! The magician was suspended upside down in a straitjacket above a bed of flaming spikes for the escape stunt (pictured) while on fire

To make his act even more dangerous, Apollo – real name is Jake Spence – doused himself with gasoline and set himself alight.

‘I don’t know what’s gong to happen… but, death is definitely on the cards with this one,’ Xavier told host Ricki-Lee.

He was waiting in the wings with his emergency medical bag and looked on concerned as Apollo’s arm caught on fire during the stunt.

Luckily, Xavier didn’t need to perform his duties as a medic, as Apollo pulled off the stunt to the shock, and relief, of the show’s celebrity judges and audience.

On duty: Xavier was waiting in the wings with his emergency medical bag and looked on concerned as Apollo's arm caught on fire during the stunt

On duty: Xavier was waiting in the wings with his emergency medical bag and looked on concerned as Apollo’s arm caught on fire during the stunt

Hidden talents: Xavier is also an aspiring musician

Hidden talents: Xavier is also an aspiring musician

Xavier is one of nine housemates left vying for the $250,000 cash prize.

Australia will vote for a winner later this month during a live finale when there are only three contestants remaining.

Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven  

Must-see TV: Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven. Pictured: host Sonia Kruger

Must-see TV: Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven. Pictured: host Sonia Kruger

Evicted Big Brother star Zoe George joins fellow housemate Sarah McDougal for lunch in Melbourne


Evicted Big Brother star Zoe George looks casually chic as she joins fellow housemate Sarah McDougal for lunch in Melbourne

They forged a tight friendship during their time in the Big Brother Australia house. 

And Big Brother’s Zoe George and Sarah McDougal looked delighted as they met up for lunch in Melbourne on Friday. 

Zoe – who has already been evicted from the show – cut a stylish figure as she strutted along in a pair of suede brown ankle boots.

Nice to see you again! Big Brother’s Zoe George and Sarah McDougal looked delighted as they met up for lunch in Melbourne on Friday

Zoe opted for a mint green turtleneck jumper which she teamed with a pair of tight dark blue jeans. 

The 38-year-old toted her belongings in a silver snakeskin print handbag, and had her long brunette locks styled in a sleek manner. 

The Perth native looked in high spirits as she chatted away with Sarah, who is still in the running for the $250,000 Big Brother prize money. 

Looking good! Zoe, 38 - who has already been evicted from the show - cut a stylish figure as she strutted along in a pair of suede brown ankle boots

Looking good! Zoe, 38 – who has already been evicted from the show – cut a stylish figure as she strutted along in a pair of suede brown ankle boots

Sarah also nailed her off-duty look in a pair of cropped lack culottes and chunky black boots. 

Wrapping up from the winter chill with a cool denim jacket, the 19-year-old couldn’t contain her giggles as she enjoyed her lunch outing with Zoe. 

Following her eviction, Zoe told Perth Now that some of her housemates lost so much weight their ‘bones stuck out’.

 ‘Daniel [Gorringe] lost a huge amount. You could see his bones sticking out because he was already quite slim,’ Zoe said of the former AFL player.

Style star: Zoe opted for a mint green turtleneck jumper which she teamed with a pair of tight dark blue jeans

Style star: Zoe opted for a mint green turtleneck jumper which she teamed with a pair of tight dark blue jeans

 Big Brother told the housemates on the first night that they would be provided with ‘bland’ rations, including flour, milk, eggs, butter, potatoes and olive oil.

 The meagre rations meant that Zoe also lost weight during her three-week stay in the house.

Australia will vote for a winner next month during a live finale when there are only three contestants remaining.

Friends: The Perth native looked in high spirits as she chatted away with Sarah, who is still in the running for the $250,000 Big Brother prize money

Friends: The Perth native looked in high spirits as she chatted away with Sarah, who is still in the running for the $250,000 Big Brother prize money

Big Brother star Angela Clancy reveals who wins the show


Spoiler alert! Big Brother star Angela Clancy reveals who wins the show… and says ‘hate them or love them, they’re playing the game’

She was recently booted off Big Brother Australia, despite being a fan favourite and a front runner. 

And now Angela Clancy has revealed who she thinks will take home the series. 

Speaking on The Babble podcast, Angela, 38, said she believes Kieran Davidson will win the show, as he’s ‘playing the game.’

Spoiler alert! Big Brother star Angela Clancy revealed this week who wins the show… and said ‘hate them or love them, they’re playing the game’

‘I obviously can’t say who will win because nobody knows, you know, it’s up to Australia obviously the final three is decided by everybody,’ Angela began. 

‘But who would I like to see win? I would love to see Kieran!’

‘You know, he’s been playing the game because he’s always been very vulnerable. And you can tell what Angela’s game play was, you can tell what Kieran’s game play was.’

Will he take it out? Speaking on The Babble podcast, Angela, 38, said she believes Kieran Davidson (pictured) will win the show

Will he take it out? Speaking on The Babble podcast, Angela, 38, said she believes Kieran Davidson (pictured) will win the show

It's all about the game! Pictured is Big Brother host Sonia Kruger

It’s all about the game! Pictured is Big Brother host Sonia Kruger

She finished: ‘I want to see a person win $250,000 that has actually worked, that has played the game and he’s done that. Hate him or love him, but that kid is playing the game.’ 

Angela was booted off the show on Monday and unleashed some harsh truths on her rivals, and offended rival Casey Mazzucchelli in the process.

‘How dare you!’ Casey, 25, snapped at Angela as the cast looked on in shock as the pair clashed in a fiery confrontation. 

Former gymnast Sophie Budack, 25, had nominated Angela, Casey and Kieran for eviction.

She later told host Sonia Kruger that she used Casey as a ‘safe vote’ to force the housemates to evict Kieran and Angela. 

The heated fight started when Angela insinuated Casey did not deserve to win the $250,000 as much as herself or Kieran.

It's on! Angela was booted off the show on Monday and unleashed some harsh truths on her rivals, and offended rival Casey Mazzucchelli (right) in the process

It’s on! Angela was booted off the show on Monday and unleashed some harsh truths on her rivals, and offended rival Casey Mazzucchelli (right) in the process

‘Would you rather someone who has worked the hardest or the safest to win that $250,000?’ Angela asked her fellow housemates.

She added: ‘I didn’t come here to play it safe, [Keiran] hasn’t played it safe… tonight if I was sitting on the other couch, I would not save Casey.’ 

‘Screw you, Ange! That is so rude. That is so rude. How dare you say I haven’t earned my place here. How dare you! That is so rude. That’s so rude,’ Casey hit back, as Angela continued to talk over her.

‘Between the three of us, Kieran has played the game more than you and so have I,’ Angela said of Casey’s apparent lacklustre game play.

‘That’s bull-dust to say I’ve been playing it safe when I’m not. I’m doing it my way and I have earnt my place and I haven’t been evicted. You have!’ Casey said.

‘Yes, I talk game. I just don’t talk to her, because I don’t trust her,’ Casey told Sonia and her fellow housemates, while Angela quipped: ‘If I want to talk about a tan, I know I’ll come to you.’

Ouch: The heated fight started when Angela insinuated Casey did not deserve to win the $250,000 as much as herself or Kieran

Ouch: The heated fight started when Angela insinuated Casey did not deserve to win the $250,000 as much as herself or Kieran

Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Angela Clancy reveals the secret behind her successful 15-year marriage


Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Angela Clancy reveals the secret behind her 15-year marriage – and the one thing her husband hates about her newfound fame

Angela Clancy quickly became the breakout star of Channel Seven’s Big Brother reboot for being loud, sassy and unapologetically ‘Angelicious’.

But Angela says she’s happy her husband is far more reserved and grounded.

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia after her eviction, the 38-year-old revealed the secret behind their successful 15-year marriage.

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Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Angela Clancy reveals the secret behind her successful 15-year marriage – and the one thing her husband hates about her newfound fame

Angela has been married to chef Damian for 15 years and the couple share two children, Callum, nine, and Bella, five.

‘My husband is a mystery, honey,’ Angela said, before praising him as supportive, grounded, trustworthy and an all-round ‘good man’.

The larger-than-life TV star added: ‘Because I’m very loud and out there,  I need that balance… Can you imagine two Angelas?’

‘We are the yin and the yang and that’s the secret – to respect each other’s boundaries, because we’ve been married 15 years now,’ she said proudly.

'We are the yin and the yang and that's the secret': Angela said the couple's successful marriage comes down to respecting each other's boundaries and balancing each other out

‘We are the yin and the yang and that’s the secret’: Angela said the couple’s successful marriage comes down to respecting each other’s boundaries and balancing each other out

Family life: Angela has been married to chef Damian for 15 years and the couple share two children, Callum, nine, and Bella, five

Family life: Angela has been married to chef Damian for 15 years and the couple share two children, Callum, nine, and Bella, five

Angela wed her husband in her early 20s, but is believed to have met Damian shortly after relocating to Australia from Kenya at 17 years of age.

She claimed when she first started dating Damian he was shocked she had never made her own bed or cooked for herself following her privileged upbringing in the ‘Beverly Hills’ of Kenya. 

Following Angela’s time on Big Brother, there is one thing that her husband hasn’t quite got his head around. 

‘Every time we go to the shopping center or somewhere for breakfast, people are recognising me and he’s becoming the photographer and he’s getting really angry,’ Angela joked.  

‘Everyone’s like like “do you mind taking this picture” and hands him the phone, and he’s like “oh god, babe. I didn’t sign up for this!”‘ 

'He's like "oh god, babe. I didn't sign up for this!"' Angela joked that her husband is not dealing well with the amount of fans that want him to be Angela's personal photographer

‘He’s like “oh god, babe. I didn’t sign up for this!”‘ Angela joked that her husband is not dealing well with the amount of fans that want him to be Angela’s personal photographer

There are now only nine housemates left in the house vying for the enviable $250,000 cash prize.

Australia will vote for a winner next month during a live finale when there are only three stars remaining.

Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven  

Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven

Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven

Big Brother star Daniel Gorringe hints at a proposal with girlfriend Ana Cannon


Big Brother’s Daniel Gorringe hints he will PROPOSE to on-off girlfriend Ana Cannon after the finale

Big Brother Australia star Daniel Gorringe professed his love for on-again-off-again girlfriend Ana Cannon in a tearful video-call reunion on Tuesday’s episode.

And after reuniting with Ana in April after filming ended, the former AFL player has hinted at surprise proposal in the near future.

Speaking to WHO magazine on Thursday, Daniel said: ‘I definitely know that she’s the one that I want to spend the rest of life with… I want to be with her forever.’

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Wedding bells? Big Brother star Daniel Gorringe (left) has hinted at plans to propose to his girlfriend Ana Cannon (right) after the show wraps next month

The former AFL player, 27, told Big Brother in the diary room this week that he couldn’t picture a future without Ana and missed her terribly.

‘We broke up because I wasn’t mature enough,’ Daniel said on the show.

‘It’s so scary to lose the thing you love the most, and not to know if it will ever come back,’ he added while sobbing. 

‘I think first and foremost we get through the Big Brother experience together and once we’ve come out the end of that, then we’ll reassess. But for me, she’s definitely the one I want to be with forever,’ Dan told the magazine.

However, he also told the Herald Sun this week: ‘We’re not engaged, it’s not official. Big Brother is a big hurdle and once we jump that hurdle we’ll reassess.’

'I want to be with her forever': The former AFL player, 27, told Big Brother in the diary room this week that he couldn't picture a future without Ana and missed her terribly

‘I want to be with her forever’: The former AFL player, 27, told Big Brother in the diary room this week that he couldn’t picture a future without Ana and missed her terribly

‘First and foremost we get through the Big Brother experience together and once we’ve come out the end of that, then we’ll reassess’: Daniel said of plans to take their relationship to the next level

 When he entered the Big Brother house, he told host Sonia Kruger: ‘I am single, but there’s somebody on the outside that I want to try and get back with.’

Daily Mail Australia understands that Daniel and Ana reunited as soon as he returned home to Victoria once filming wrapped in April.

The couple are believed to have first started dating in early 2019. 

Will he become $250,000 richer? Daniel has long been an odd-favourite to make it to the final three - where Australia will vote for the show's winner

Will he become $250,000 richer? Daniel has long been an odd-favourite to make it to the final three – where Australia will vote for the show’s winner

There are now only nine housemates left in the house vying for the enviable $250,000 cash prize.

Daniel has long been an odd-favourite to make it to the final three – where Australia will vote for the show’s winner.

Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven

Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven. Host Sonia Kruger

Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven. Host Sonia Kruger

Sonia Kruger flaunts her sensational physique in a bodysuit as she takes daughter Maggie to daycare


Sonia Kruger, 54, flaunts her sensational physique in a figure-hugging bodysuit as she takes her daughter Maggie to daycare

She is the glamorous host of Big Brother Australia who never puts a foot wrong when it comes to fashion.

And on Tuesday, Sonia Kruger, 54, opted for an activewear outfit while taking her five-year-old daughter to daycare.

The doting mother was seen walking down the footpath holding Maggie’s hand and carrying the little girl’s unicorn backpack in the other.

Forever young! Sonia Kruger, 54, flaunted her sensational physique as she dropped off her five-year-old daughter Maggie at daycare on Tuesday

The age-defying TV presenter looked fantastic in her bodysuit with an accentuated waistband that showcased her trim and taut physique.

She matched the look with a long striped coat that looked like a robe with black boots.

The Channel Seven host styled her blonde locks up in a bun, and added a touch of glam to her look with gold hoop earrings.

Looking fantastic: Sonia matched the look with a long striped coat that looked like a robe with black boots

Looking fantastic: Sonia matched the look with a long striped coat that looked like a robe with black boots

Fun! Her adorable daughter expressed her unique fashion sense with sparkling ears with a pink and blue veil, a fleece jumper with polka dot leggings and cool sneakers

Fun! Her adorable daughter expressed her unique fashion sense with sparkling ears with a pink and blue veil, a fleece jumper with polka dot leggings and cool sneakers

She also kept her youthful makeup free visage hidden under a pair of sleek sunglasses.

Her adorable daughter expressed her unique style with sparkling ears with a pink and blue veil, a fleece jumper with polka dot leggings and cool sneakers.

The mother and daughter appeared to be having an animated conversation about their day ahead.

Ready for a busy day: The mother and daughter appeared to be having an animated conversation about their day ahead

Ready for a busy day: The mother and daughter appeared to be having an animated conversation about their day ahead

Busy day ahead: After saying their goodbyes, the blonde looked ready to get on with her work day

Busy day ahead: After saying their goodbyes, the blonde looked ready to get on with her work day 

Ready to go: She adjusted the collar of her robe before getting into her luxury SUV

Ready to go: She adjusted the collar of her robe before getting into her luxury SUV

Maggie seemed eager to back to learning and being with her friends as she skipped to daycare.

After saying their goodbyes, the blonde looked ready to get on with her work day as she adjusted the collar of her robe before getting into her luxury SUV.

Sonia shares Maggie with her partner Craig McPherson, who is a TV producer.

The Big Brother has barely aged a day in her long-spanning 30-year media career.

A bit of glamour: Sonia styled her blonde locks up in a bun, and added a touch of glam to her look with gold hoop earrings

A bit of glamour: Sonia styled her blonde locks up in a bun, and added a touch of glam to her look with gold hoop earrings

Fabulous figure: The age-defying TV presenter's bodysuit with an accentuated waistband that showcased her trim and taut physique as she made her way into her car

Fabulous figure: The age-defying TV presenter’s bodysuit with an accentuated waistband that showcased her trim and taut physique as she made her way into her car 

But despite being known for her ageless beauty, Sonia recently revealed her one major regret about her appearance. 

The Queensland-born beauty says told the Herald Sun that she regrets running around in the harsh sun without sunscreen during her youth.

‘I often wonder how much better my skin would look today if we had been more sun smart back then,’ she admitted.  

She left fans astounded when she fronted up for the first episode of the newly revamped Big Brother series, last month.

Beauty regrets: Despite being known for her ageless beauty, Sonia recently revealed her one major regret about her appearance - running around in the harsh sun without sunscreen during her youth. She said: 'I often wonder how much better my skin would look today'

Beauty regrets: Despite being known for her ageless beauty, Sonia recently revealed her one major regret about her appearance – running around in the harsh sun without sunscreen during her youth. She said: ‘I often wonder how much better my skin would look today’

She sent social media into a frenzy with her youthful looks and figure.

The Strictly Ballroom star wore a light purple mini dress that flaunted her super slender physique and toned legs.

‘Sooo Sonia Kruger never ages! She looks great,’ one fan wrote on Twitter at the time.

‘Sonia looking like a snack,’ a second gushed along with a heart-eye emoji, while a third commented she was ‘bloody flawless as usual’. 

Wow! She left fans astounded when she fronted up for the first episode of the newly revamped Big Brother series last month. One fan wrote on Twitter: 'Sooo Sonia Kruger never ages! She looks great'

Wow! She left fans astounded when she fronted up for the first episode of the newly revamped Big Brother series last month. One fan wrote on Twitter: ‘Sooo Sonia Kruger never ages! She looks great’

Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Hannah Campbell reveals disadvantage of being an intruder


Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Hannah Campbell admits to struggling mentally in the house – and reveals the hidden disadvantage of being an intruder

Big Brother Australia’s Hannah Campbell felt like an immediate outcast when she entered the house as an intruder.

The bubbly brunette, 26, who was targeted for eviction by the show’s ‘mean girls’ in her very first episode, says her first week took a toll on her mentally.

She told Daily Mail Australia: ‘I didn’t realise how bad it was until I watched the show. For a whole week no one really gave me a chance.’  

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Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Hannah Campbell (pictured) reveals her hardest week in the house as she struggled mentally with being shut out by her co-stars

Hannah had arrived in a metal cage suspended by a crane, alongside three other contestants, Shane Vincent, Soobong Hwang and Danni Keogh, in episode three.

‘I struggled coming into the house as an intruder, definitely. And it was for me, personally, the hardest mind game I had to play,’ she admitted.

‘Everyone had their own groups, and people don’t really give intruders a chance, which was really hard. I struggled with that.

‘I didn’t have a relationship with anyone for the first week… it was hard.’

'People don't really give intruders a chance': Hannah said she initially struggled with feeling like an outsider and didn't have a close relationship with anyone for the first week

‘People don’t really give intruders a chance’: Hannah said she initially struggled with feeling like an outsider and didn’t have a close relationship with anyone for the first week

'I didn't realise how bad it was until I watched the show': Hannah (middle) spoke about feeling like an outcast amid Talia Rycroft and Sarah McDougal (right) disliking her. Pictured with Sophie Budack (left)

‘I didn’t realise how bad it was until I watched the show’: Hannah (middle) spoke about feeling like an outcast amid Talia Rycroft and Sarah McDougal (right) disliking her. Pictured with Sophie Budack (left)

On day six, Hannah was inadvertently part of the show’s first feud when Talia Rycroft and Sarah McDougal took an immediate dislike towards her.

Talia, 22, and Sarah, 19, remained standoffish towards Hannah, and after they won the two-man balance challenge they nominated her for eviction.

Eighties aerobics star Marissa Rancan, 61, told Hannah at the time to keep her head high and not to worry about the ‘jealous and immature’ girls in the house. 

However, Hannah has since admitted: ‘My first week was bad, but Talia, Sarah and I are all good friends now. And we’re all stronger from it.’   

‘I’ve got a lot of time for everyone on the show. I’m in close contact with them all.’

'We're stronger from it': Hannah has since admitted that she is now good friends Talia Rycroft (left) and Sarah McDougal (right) after they were standoffish towards her in the early days

‘We’re stronger from it’: Hannah has since admitted that she is now good friends Talia Rycroft (left) and Sarah McDougal (right) after they were standoffish towards her in the early days

Just dropping by! Hannah (left, in the pink dress) had arrived in a metal cage suspended by a crane, alongside three other contestants, Shane Vincent, Soobong Hwang and Danni Keogh

Just dropping by! Hannah (left, in the pink dress) had arrived in a metal cage suspended by a crane, alongside three other contestants, Shane Vincent, Soobong Hwang and Danni Keogh 

Hannah went on to claim she was expecting a glamorous red-carpet arrival on the show like her fellow housemates received, and was shocked to discover she was one of the last stars to join the reboot.

She said: ‘I got ready and all dolled up thinking I was going down the catwalk and meeting Sonia [host Sonia Kruger]… and next thing I’m thrown into a cage and I was like “what is happening?!”‘ 

‘As soon as I saw a whole house of people my heart dropped.’ 

'I thought I was going down the catwalk and meeting Sonia': Hannah was expecting a glamorous red-carpet arrival on the show like her fellow housemates. Pictured: Host Sonia Kruger with Angela Clancy

‘I thought I was going down the catwalk and meeting Sonia’: Hannah was expecting a glamorous red-carpet arrival on the show like her fellow housemates. Pictured: Host Sonia Kruger with Angela Clancy 

Hannah was the eleventh person evicted from Big Brother on Tuesday. 

There are now only nine housemates left in the house vying for the enviable $250,000 cash prize.

Australia will vote for a winner next month during a live finale when there are only three stars remaining.

Big Brother Australia continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Seven    

Tune in: Big Brother Australia continues on Sunday from 7pm on Seven

Big Brother Australia stars are rocked by a COVID-19 scare on set


Big Brother Australia stars are rocked by a COVID-19 scare on set – as crew members abandon the house and the contestants are forced into lockdown

A trailer for Sunday night’s episode of Big Brother Australia offers a glimpse of the shocking moment the contestants are told of a coronavirus scare on set.

In dramatic scenes, the contestants gather in the diary room, where they are told that a ‘crew member has come into contact with a confirmed coronavirus case’.

As they begin the process the news, Big Brother drops another bombshell: ‘The Big Brother house will be placed in lockdown and the game will be suspended.’

Surreal: A trailer for Sunday night’s episode of Big Brother Australia offers a glimpse of the shocking moment the contestants are told of a coronavirus scare on set

‘Oh my god…’ housemate Kieran Davidson says, as his co-stars look shell-shocked.

Elsewhere in the trailer, cameras are shown being pulled from their hiding places as the contestants wander around the garden aimlessly. 

Mat Garrick leans over one camera and asks: ‘Is anyone operating this?’

This seems to suggest the crew was forced to make a quick exit amid the COVID-19 scare, leaving the housemates alone in the compound. 

‘For the first time ever, Big Brother is in lockdown,’ host Sonia Kruger says, ending the trailer on a chilling note.

Blindsided: In dramatic scenes, the contestants gather in the diary room, where they are told that a 'crew member has come into contact with a confirmed coronavirus case'

Blindsided: In dramatic scenes, the contestants gather in the diary room, where they are told that a ‘crew member has come into contact with a confirmed coronavirus case’

'Oh, my god...' As they begin the process the news, Big Brother drops another bombshell: 'The Big Brother house will be placed in lockdown and the game will be suspended'

‘Oh, my god…’ As they begin the process the news, Big Brother drops another bombshell: ‘The Big Brother house will be placed in lockdown and the game will be suspended’