Big Brother bosses have announced the new series will combine the most luxurious house ever with the‘most exciting challenges ever’ as the series returns for its second edition on Channel 5 on Tuesday, June 5. Executive producer Susy Price said: “This year, the house has been given a complete facelift both structurally and aesthetically, combining aspirational sleekness with old school Vegasglamour. It may look like a summer paradise, but for housemates this will be no holiday.” As well as the largest living space ever, the house has been designed with old school Vegas glamour. The garden showcases two famous views of Nevada; a huge hot tub, positioned right next to the swimming pool, is guaranteed to get the housemates steamed up; the outside glass-walled bathroom can only be accessed from the garden and features a rock wall, an opulent gold and black colour scheme and a roll top bath. The state-of-the art kitchen has granite surfaces, marbled walls and bronze designer lights, while the bedroom and bathroom both open out into the garden. Big Brother housemates’every move will be recorded on one of the 45 cameras– 40 fixed cameras and five manned cameras, plus six infra-red cameras and a tower cam that will provide new angles of the house. Combined with 67 camera mirrors strategically positioned across the house, there will be nowhere for the housemates to hide…
The Big Brother winners since the show began in 2000 are: 


2013: Sam Evans
2012: Luke Anderson 

2011: Aaron Allard-Morgan
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2010: Josie Gibson

2009: Sophie Reade 

2008: Rachel Rice 

2007: Brian Belo 

2006: Pete Bennett 

2005: Anthony Hutton 

2004: Nadia Almada 

2003: Cameron Stout

2002: Kate Lawler 

2001: Brian Dowling
2000: Craig Phillips