& # 39; See you soon & # 39 ;: Rylan Clark Neal wildly sends Big Brother fans as he hints that the Channel 5 show will come BACK to screens … if stars ended one year since the long-running series
It's been a whole year since the iconic reality show Big Brother was last broadcast.
And Big Brother & # 39; s Bit On The Show host Rylan Clark Neal hinted that the Channel 5 series returned when he marked the first anniversary of the end.
The presenter, who went to Twitter on Tuesday, shared a montage of his time in the show, to the music of Steps hit Love & # 39; s Got A Hold Of My Heart.
Hint hint: Big Brother & # 39; s Bit On The Show Host Rylan Clark Neal hinted that the Channel 5 series returned when he marked the first anniversary of his end
With the video, Rylan wrote: & # 39; The best memories. We miss you @bigbrotheruk.
& # 39; I know you will come back. 1 year ago today we said "goodbye" and we will. I miss you. & # 39;
Rylan insisted that the show be back and send fans to the melting pot, while some commented on their excitement in a possible comeback, while others shared how much they missed.
& # 39; we need #BBUK in our lives, it's way too long ago! & # 39; has responded a fan.
Host: the presenter, 31, took part in Twitter on Tuesday and edited a montage of his time in the show, to the music of Steps hit Love & # 39; s Got A Hold Of My Heart.
While another Twitter user simply said: & # 39; I wish it came back. & # 39;
& # 39; The best show, the best roommate and the best crash presenter. It comes back #SaveBBUK & # 39 ;, wrote a third.
A fourth tweet: & # 39; Can't believe it's been a year since we need #BBUK back in our lives! It's not the same without it, but at least we still have youx. & # 39;
With a fifth addition: & # 39; I can't believe it was a year. I missed it so much. & # 39;
Although there is no confirmation of an official return, Peter Salmon, the head creative manager of production company Endemol Shine, recently discussed the prospect of bringing back the show.
Tease: Rylan insists that the show will be sent back fans in the melt, while several commented on their excitement in a possible comeback
He said: & # 39; The UK is very important, but there is no news about the UK and we are really enjoying the rest period.
& # 39; We are always thinking about what the future offers in all key areas, but it has a really successful time in some areas and we are a global company and we embrace that. & # 39;
Speaking of global versions of the series, he added: & # 39; There are constant conversations and exchanges of ideas that we are thinking of. There is no territory where I cannot see it coming back. & # 39;
Excitement: Rylan's words made fans enthusiastic, with many telling how much they missed
Meanwhile, Channel 5 boss Ben Frow said 2019 would be free from Big Brother and said: & I have planned a year without Big Brother. But never say never. The contract ends with Christmas. & # 39;
Big Brother was first broadcast in July 2000 on Channel 4, where it was presented by Davina McCall.
After 10 years on the channel and a whopping 11 series, it moved to Channel 5 in 2011 when it was led by former winner Brian Dowling.
Emma Willis then took the helm in 2013 and remained as a host until it ended last year.
Duo: Big Brother was first broadcast in July 2000 on Channel 4, where it was presented by Davina McCall. Emma Willis then took the helm in 2013 and remained as a host until it ended last year
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