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Applications for Big Brother 2023 are now open

Applications for Big Brother 2023 are now open

Time to get your name in, folks.

Celebrity Big Brother has brought us absolutely iconic moments like Gemma Collins’ “I’m claustrophobic, Darren!” and Nikki Grahame’s “Who is she?” 

But now, it’s time for the British public to once again make their mark on Big Brother with their own big moments, as applications for the 2023 series are now open.

As per a press release, ITV has announced that the team are now on the lookout for ‘the nation’s most interesting, funny and entertaining characters who come from every corner of the country’ for their rebooted series of the reality show.

The statement goes on to iron out the finer details of the show if they get picked to entertain the British public with their one-liners and, at times, high-intensity moments.

It's time for the British public to put their name on the roster of iconic Big Brother stars.

“The final cast of housemates will live under the watchful eye of Big Brother, and the nation, for up to six weeks with cameras capturing their every move.

"Over the course of the show, they'll face a series of clever tasks, nail-biting nominations and live evictions, with the public once again playing a crucial role, voting throughout the series and ultimately determining the winner." 

If you think you’ve got what it takes to live under the watchful eye with a bunch of other like-minded hopefuls, head to to fill out the form and find out more about the series’ application process.

As of today, the application window will remain open until 27 January 2023 - giving those big characters plenty of time to get their name in to be in the running.

ITV has announced that the team are now on the lookout for applicants.

ITV initially teased the upcoming series in Love Island's finale earlier this year, as the beloved and long-missed reality show is coming back on on ITV2 and ITVX after a five-year hiatus. 

It is set to introduce a new cast 'from all walks of life' that will take up residence in the world's most famous reality TV home.

The UK programme was originally presented by Davina McCall, known for her line: "Big Brother house, this is Davina. You are live on Channel 4, please do not swear."

When the show moved to Channel 5, season two winner Brian Dowling took over presenting. Emma Willis then took over for later seasons.

Dermot O'Leary, Russell Brand and celebrity contestant Rylan Clark and others presented the show's spin-offs such as Big Brother's Little Brother, Big Brother's Big Mouth and Big Brother's Bit On The Side.

Presenters for the upcoming series have not been announced but Irish singing duo Jedward, who appeared on the celebrity version of the show in 2011 and 2017, have offered themselves up for the role.

Featured Image Credit: Channel 4/ ITV

Topics: TV and Film, ITV, Big Brother