The Big Brother house on the Gold Coast has turned into a wasteland after the reality TV program was canceled
The demise of the Big Brother House: how abandoned Gold Coast mansion has turned into a wasteland after the reality TV show was canceled
- The abandoned Big Brother house has become a shadow of its former self
- It is plagued by graffiti, windows are destroyed and walls are demolished
- Iconic locations such as the swimming pool have been reclaimed by nature and are overgrown
- Big Brother was a titan of Australian reality TV before it was canceled in 2014
The Big Brother House in Australia has been canceled in five years since the broadcast of reality television, becoming a derelict and destroyed house.
Urban explorer Scott took viewers on a tour of the abandoned set, closed to the public in a corner of the Dreamworld amusement park on the Gold Coast.
Iconic locations such as the swimming pool are contaminated with algae and overgrown with weeds that sprout through cracks in the concrete.
The reality TV is plagued by obscene graffiti, windows have been destroyed and some walls have been demolished.
If you examine the set, you'll see the tricks that producers use to hide cameras and capture all the ordinary moments in the house.
BEFORE: people complained about each other in the diary room. Depicted is wildcard participant Priya Malik in the room during the 2014 season
NA: Without the iconic chair and the lighting, the Diary Room (photo) looks rather underwhelming. Only the recognizable cloud wallpaper distinguishes it from others
The house has been stripped of everything that is valuable, such as equipment and furniture.
Pipes are visible where once sinks and toilets were located, while mirrors and windows were destroyed by vandals.
Big Brother participants once came together for special meals at the swimming pool, which is now a standing pond.
The video revealed one-way mirrors and glass panels hidden cameras that were able to secretly record action in most parts of the house.
& # 39; You don't seem to think when you look at the show that all the mirrors were where all the cameramen were recording, & # 39; discovered explorer Scott in the video.
& # 39; Everywhere you look there are glass panels – it would have been a strange feeling. & # 39;
The bathrooms of Big Brother are one of the hardest hit locations with broken glass over the floor and vulgar tagging over the walls.
BEFORE: the female bedroom (photo) where domestic scenes, outrageous gossip and cat fights were held
NA: The pink and white striped wallpaper peels off and strewn with graffiti
BEFORE: Big Brother participants would have special meals such as the opening evening dinner outside by the pool. The pool is now stagnant pond contaminated with algae and overgrown weeds
NA: The iconic pink walls of the house (photo) now have vines that grow over and graffiti that are spread over the walls. The pool looks more like a swamp than somewhere to swim
BEFORE: The sanctuary (photo) was once a getaway for participants to escape the drama of the rest of the house, complete with a mini-pool, deck chairs, and pot plants
NA: The mini range (in the photo) is also green with algae, the surrounding concrete tiles are taken over by weeds and the area is complete with ironic graffiti art from a flower
The feminine bedroom where raw scenes, outrageous gossip and cat fights lived, now looks like a ghostly empty space.
The pink and white striped wallpaper peels off and strewn with graffiti.
Backgrounds of clouds, birds and bright patterns are a return to the 2000s when such decorations were acceptable – but today are considered sticky.
The diary room where participants were allowed to look over each other offered some of the most shocking moments on the show.
Now it looks rather underwhelming, with only the recognizable cloud wallpaper to take it apart.
The sanctuary was once an outing for participants to escape the drama of the rest of the house, complete with a mini pool, deck chairs, and pot plants.
A smaller pool is also green with algae, the surrounding concrete tiles are occupied by weeds and the area is complete with ironic graffiti art from a flower.
BEFORE: The dining room accommodated a number of the normal diners and was the scene of much arguing about meals
AFTER: the furniture has been removed from the dining room with only the peeling green wallpaper to put it apart
The video revealed one-way mirrors and glass panels to hidden camera men who were able to film the bathroom (in the photo), bedrooms and most parts of the house.
Feel like swimming? Wall panels are placed over the water like an improvised bridge over the swimming pool
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