Latest Big Brother 6 News
We've been getting an increasing number of e-mails lately
about the forthcoming series of your/ our fave TV show, with
Big Bro fans apparently desperate for information. Admittedly,
we haven't written much about BB6 recently, but mainly 'cos
there hasn't a lot to write about.
In fact, the show's production team are doing an excellent
job of keeping things close to their chest this year and our
secret 'airduct' spy appears to have been finally flushed
Don't fret though, as more inside information will doubtless
make it's way to us as time goes by, but all that leaves us
with for now is rumours; something that we're not all that
keen to report-on, as they're usually wrong.
So, sticking with the facts for now, what we can tell
you is that the new series will once again be fronted by the
one-and-only Davina McCall. Don't get us wrong, we love the
two-time 'Big Mutha' but hope she'll return to form for her
sixth outing as the show's presenter.
Last year, the always-excitable 37-year-old was accused of
not probing evictees enough during interviews. It was also
noted that Davina doled-out the 'official Channel 4 line'
in place of her own banter and often paid too much attention
to the gallery voices in her ear, to the extent of appearing
confused and unprofessional at times.
Perhaps the bubbly brunette had her knuckles rapped for ridiculing
the size of cocky (no pun intended!) BB4 contestant Federico
Martone's manhood during his eviction interview in 2003? A
watchdog later threw-out multiple complaints.
We just hope that this year, the experienced presenter will
earn her £500,000 salary by memorising her key questions,
yanking out her earpiece and ad libbing her way through it.
All being well, that'll make for fun and thorough eviction
interviews, just like they used to be.
Oh, and extending the interview shows by 10 or 15-minutes
wouldn't go amiss either. We're almost certain that during
BB Series 1 and 2 the exit interviews were longer? C4 and
Endemol bods reading this, please take note.
Anyway, this year we believe the series will run for 11 weeks,
instead of 10 as last year. For every series prior to that,
it was a 9-week run.
There were rumours that Big Brother 6 would be on for a whopping
16 weeks, but that would be a test for even the die-hard fans.
We're thinking here of the people who, like us, watch the
show around the clock and really need a break by the end of
the summer, or they'd go nuts!
Talking of the summer, many fans try and plan their holiday
around Big Brother and so if you're one of them, you may wish
to note that the new series is likely to start on Friday the
27th of May 2005 and finish around the 12th of August.
Right, that's it for now. Please be aware that when the series
is live, we update our News section with lots of stories each
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