Celebrity Big Brother returns with a new name

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Celebrity Big Brother returns with a new name after 19 years – and fans are already starting to guess who could sign up

Celebrity Big Brother Australia will return in 2021.

Channel Seven announced the news in a press release on Tuesday and revealed that the reality show will be renamed: Big Brother VIP.

The statement read, “Big Brother’s new season is looking fantastic. We can’t wait for Australia to meet this year’s amazing collection of roommates and discover the many surprises and twists we’ve built into the show.

Back: Celebrity Big Brother Australia is back in 2021. Channel Seven announced the news in a press release on Tuesday, revealing that the reality show will be renamed Big Brother VIP.  Celebrity Big Brother last aired in 2002 (pictured), and has starred Kyle Sandilands, Warwick Capper, Anthony Mundine and Red Symons, among others

Back: Celebrity Big Brother Australia is back in 2021. Channel Seven announced the news in a press release on Tuesday, revealing that the reality show will be renamed Big Brother VIP. Celebrity Big Brother last aired in 2002 (pictured), and has starred Kyle Sandilands, Warwick Capper, Anthony Mundine and Red Symons, among others

‘With anticipation of the construction of the new season, the time is right to start using Big Brother VIP. The celebrity format is a proven success all over the world.

“It was a hit here in Australia nearly two decades ago and we look forward to introducing a whole new generation of celebrities to Big Brother.”

Fans have already started guessing who would like to participate, with an Instagram account The laundry suggesting that Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan would be first in line.

In the running?  Fans are already starting to guess who might want to participate, with Instagram account The Wash suggesting Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan (pictured) would be first in line

In the running?  Fans are already starting to guess who might want to participate, with Instagram account The Wash suggesting Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan (pictured) would be first in line

In the running? Fans are already starting to guess who might want to participate, with Instagram account The Wash suggesting Married At First Sight star Nasser Sultan (pictured) would be first in line

In the comments below The Wash’s post, gamblers suggested the likes of Today’s presenter Karl Stefanovic and Married At First Sight’s bisexual groom Liam Cooper.

I’m a celebrity … Get me out of here! Presenter and comedian Julia Morris from Australia was also introduced.

Celebrity Big Brother last aired in 2002 and starred Kyle Sandilands, Warwick Capper, Anthony Mundine and Red Symons – with TV host Dylan Lewis the winner.

Soon!  Meanwhile, Big Brother Australia's new season is set to air soon, with Sonia Kruger (pictured) returning to host the highly anticipated second season.

Soon!  Meanwhile, Big Brother Australia's new season is set to air soon, with Sonia Kruger (pictured) returning to host the highly anticipated second season.

Soon! Meanwhile, Big Brother Australia’s new season is set to air soon, with Sonia Kruger (pictured) returning to host the highly anticipated second season.

Coming soon: several participants have already been announced, including 21-year-old, a student from Sydney, Tilly Whitfeld (photo)

Coming soon: several participants have already been announced, including 21-year-old, a student from Sydney, Tilly Whitfeld (photo)

Also starring: Another contestant is author and fashionista Sarah Jane Adams, 65 (pictured)

Also starring: Another contestant is author and fashionista Sarah Jane Adams, 65 (pictured)

Coming soon: Several participants have already been announced, including 21-year-old Sydney student Tilly Whitfeld (left). Another contestant is author and fashionista Sarah Jane Adams, 65 (right)

Meanwhile, Big Brother Australia’s new season is set to air soon, with Sonia Kruger returning to host the highly anticipated second season.

Several participants have already been announced, including 21-year-old Sydney student Tilly Whitfeld.

She will join 48-year-old real estate agent Daniel Hayes, and author and fashionista Sarah Jane Adams, 65.

Last year, international model Chad Hurst won the series and the cash prize in the July live final as a result of receiving the most public vote from viewers.

Big Brother will return to Channel Seven in the coming months

Stars: They will join 48-year-old broker Daniel Hayes (pictured)

Stars: They will join 48-year-old broker Daniel Hayes (pictured)

Stars: They will join 48-year-old broker Daniel Hayes (pictured)

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