Big Brother 2 Winner Brian Dowling has effectively said that
fans shouldn't rule him out of taking part in Big Brother
All-Stars later this month.
Talking to alien puppets Zig and Zag on today's BBLB show,
the former air steward opined that the show is more serious
these days compared to the year he was a contestant. He added
that the contestants are nowhere near as laid back now.
The sometime radio/ TV presenter and pantomime star then
suggested if he was to appear on the show again, he wouldn't
be as nice as he was before, and would give very honest reasons
for nominating people if he didn't like them. "If I went
back in now, I think I'd be a bit more vicious because I'm
When asked if he fancies the idea of going back into the
BB House, Brian replied: "Do you know what, I've been
asked this a lot recently, and it would really kind-of depend
who I'd be living with".
So, the Irish 32-year-old didn't say 'No way' or deny that
he might be coming back.
Dowling took part in the second series of Big Brother UK
back in 2001, and has been voted the fans' favourite BB Winner
in a number of Polls since. So, unlike some of the past Big
Brother winners, who fans aren't bothered about now, the camp
broadcaster would definitely be welcomed back.