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Rylan Clark-Neal’s Big Brother 7 reunion is ‘coming soon’ to Sky

Rylan Clark-Neal recently delighted Big Brother fans by reuniting one of the show’s most loved line-ups – and the good news is, the full conversation is coming to Sky very soon.

The presenters teased viewers by posting a picture of series seven cast together via video call, bringing some of the show’s biggest ever stars face to face earlier this month.

Now, SkyBingo has confirmed that the nostalgic meet-up will be broadcast on the channel.

It won’t be long before the conversation between winner Pete Bennett, Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, Glyn Wise, Grace Adams-Short and Mikey Dalton, Richard Newman, Nikki Grahame, Jennie Corner, Bonnie Holt and Michael Cheshire is shown to the world.


The new teaser clip sees the group talking to one another, with Aisleyne saying: ‘I think I’m in a room full of people that hate me!’

Nikki also speaks to Pete, saying: ‘I was in love with you Pete. You broke my bloody heart!

The seventh series of Big Brother aired back in 2006, with the programme at the height of its powers. It welcomed one of the most popular line-ups in the show’s history.

Davina McCall hosted the series, which took place from May 16 until August 18 that year, and was won by eccentric musician Pete.

Big Brother was scrapped after 18 years on the air, with Channel 5 confirming that the 2018 series was its last.

However, Rylan and Davina previously teamed up over lockdown with Channel 4 last summer for their new series Big Brother: Best Shows Ever, seeing them look back on some of their favourite episodes, with fans calling for the show to return.


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