It has been confirmed as the last series ever, where the bosses who tease it immediately go back to the roots of their "social experiment."
And Emma Willis was effortlessly chic when she organized the very last Big Brother launch show, combining a buttoned black blouse with matching reinforced trousers.
The 42-year-old came on the podium for Friday's opening show, in which 14 new housemates will enter the house of Elstree, after earlier in the day it was confirmed that the show was interrupted by Channel 5 after 18 years in the air.
Stylish: Emma Willis was effortlessly chic when she organized the latest Big Brother launch show on Friday, combining a buttoned black blouse with matching, reinforced trousers.
Never to avoid a dynamic look, Emma put on a stylish display in the dark gray blouse with collar and navy blue trousers with velvet braces.
The mother of the two was decorated with navy blue heels and had her honeyed locks styled in their distinctive crest.
Emma went on stage again as she prepared to organize the penultimate series of Big Brother, 18 years after the show started on Channel 4 for the first time.
Chic: Emma never dared to avoid a dynamic look, he showed a stylish display in the dark gray blouse with collar and navy blue trousers with velvet braces
Fashion ahead: The mother of the two accessorised with navy points, and had her honeyed locks stylized in their signature quiff
Channel 5 bosses confirmed on Friday that Big Brother will finally be over after the current series.
In a statement, the network said: "We want to thank Endemol and the whole production team who worked tirelessly to make the show a success."
We also want to thank our brilliant presenters – Emma on Big Brother and Rylan from Bit on the Side – for their perfect professionalism, Marcus, the voice of Big Brother and all roommates who have created so many memorable moments.
The most important thing is that we want to thank fans of the show for their support over the past seven years. We look forward to giving the last series a great broadcast, "they concluded.
Last series: Channel 5 bosses confirmed on Friday that after 18 years the show will finally come to an end
Emotional: Bit to the side spin-offshow host Rylan Clark-Neal said that he & # 39; distressed & # 39; was through the news. He was shown here with Ryan Thomas earlier this week after he won the celebrity version
Confirmation: in addition to a teaser clip, Channel 5's station said: & # 39; The upcoming Big Brother series is the latest – from one of the celebrities or civilian versions – on Channel 5 & # 39;
A teaser clip posted on the Big Brother Twitter account continued with the announcement, saying: & # 39; The upcoming Big Brother series will be the latest – from one of the celebrities or the civilian version – on Channel 5. & # 39;
Channel 5 boss Ben Frow had confirmed last month that the show was not planned next year, when the end of the current Endemol contract with the channel ended at the end of 2018.
At the Edinburgh TV Festival he said: & # 39; I have planned a year without Big Brother. But never say never. The contract expires at Christmas. & # 39;
For many Big Brother fans, it was a common complaint that the civil show contained a line-up of Z-listers and reality TV-is-iss.
Last year: Rylan organizes the latest edition of Bit On The Side, while Emma Willis presents the main show
But host Emma Willis has insisted that this year the show returns to the roots of her social experiment, and says on BOTS that it's the general public & # 39; is that fans will see the house coming in.
A teaser that was released earlier this week gave fans a glimpse of the "show" theme of the show that is about to be central, along with a glance at this year's line-up. .
Emma also revealed that fans could vote for one roommate who has a big advantage. would get, and Rylan teased that a special gold coin with the classic BB-eye symbol would play a big role in this year's show.
The news comes after the latest episode of celebrities saw how only two million viewers tuned into the launch night, a 100,000 less than the January figures.
Last year's citizens' series – broadcast in its usual summer lock – saw an average of only 1.24 million viewers, an historic low for the series.
But the interest in the show could be re-ignited after this summer's CBB, when actor Ryan Thomas became champion on Monday night.
And despite the increased interest, the final attracted only 1.6 million viewers, again a record for the star-studded format.
Victory: the last edition of CBB, which ended on Monday, saw soap star Ryan Thomas, 34, crowned as the winner of the series