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Rylan Clark addresses Big Brother presenting rumours while revealing list of demands for reboot

Rylan Clark has shut down speculation he has been lined up to present the Big Brother comeback series.

But the It Takes Two Host has shared a wish-list for the series, which has been recommissioned by ITV2.

Fans were delighted when news broke Big Brother would be returning to our screens in 2023, after it was axed in 2018.

The reality programme initially ran from 2000 to 2010 on Channel 4, before it moved to Channel 5 for eight years.

It spawned stars including This Morning presenter Alison Hammond and Adele Roberts, while Rylan, who was also a contestant on Celebrity Big Brother, presented the spin-off.

Despite his history with the show, Rylan took to Twitter to clear up rumours he had already been approached to host the revival.

The 33-year-old said: ‘Should clarify. I’ve not been asked to host the show. As a fan, like always, I’m made up it’s coming back.

Rylan was in Celeb Big Brother (Picture: Channel 5)
Rylan shares his thoughts in the diary room (Picture: Channel 5)

‘I know how hard you/we all fought to keep that name alive and I’m so glad it paid off in the end. The OG reality is back. It’s the news we wanted. Welcome back bro x #bbuk.’

However, Rylan did share a thought or two about how show bosses should shake-up the format, revealing he was ‘praying’ for ‘normal housemates from all walks.’

Rylan said he was also looking for: ‘*Live evictions *No outside contact *Public vote.

Rylan has appeared in the show and hosted the spin-off (Picture: Channel 5)
Kate won over the nation in series 3 (Picture: Channel 4)

‘*Adopt a small part of gameplay from overseas territories *Some form of Live feed.

*Big Brother to always be in charge.’

Rylan was met with widespread agreement from his 1.7million followers, with one writing: ‘Definitely! It needs to be back to basics. Those first few series were the best!’

The bedroom of the Celeb Big Brother house in 2017 (Picture: Channel 5)

Another chimed in: ‘Yes! I’d like to see some of that gameplay from overseas.’

‘Back to basics.. no makeup and hair straighteners.. otherwise they spend all day preening themselves. No influencers.. Real members of the public please,’ a fan penned.

While details about Big Brother are being kept quiet, a new bunch of housemates will live in the house with the eyes of the nation on them across the six weeks.

According to the show release: ‘The action will all play out under the roof of the iconic Big Brother house, which will be given its own contemporary new look ready for this reimagining of the show.

‘Clever tasks, nail-biting nominations and live evictions will be back, with the public once again playing a crucial role, voting throughout the series and ultimately determining the winner, who will walk away with a life changing cash prize.’

Big Brother returns to ITV in 2023.


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