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Big Brother 10 Logo Revealed

Channel 4 have just released an image of the official Big Brother logo for the forthcoming series in the UK, and here it is:

  Big Brother 10 UK official logo

This year's effort was designed by artist Daniel Eatock, who has been responsible for every BB logo since Big Brother 2 in 2001; the logo for the original UK series featured the image of a real eye, said to have been that of BB1 contestant Melanie Hill.

As you can see, the latest logo seems to be based on a thumb print, but the only information we can squeeze out-of Channel 4 regarding the theme of the 10th Anniversary series is that it's something to do with 'identity'. Great, that's helpful!

Here at Big Brother Online, while we'd definitely welcome a fun series this time around, we're secretly hoping that the new logo hints at Big Brother finally living-up to its name and putting the housemates well-and-truly under the thumb. You know, coming down hard on them when they discuss nominations or give lame reasons for nominating their peers.

Indeed, we think Big Bruv should make it less like a 13-week holiday and also be prepared to immediately eject anyone who even hints at quitting the show. That said, don't hold your breath for a 'tougher-than-ever' entity during BB10, as, ten series in and having been given all manner of promises in the past by the Top Bods, frankly we've heard it all before.

Still, we're sure the production team has lots of new twists in the bag to help sustain the series, and Big Brother will doubtless become the talk of the summer in homes and workplaces around the country once again.

Big Brother 10 starts on Thursday the 4th of June, 2009. See you back here then.

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