Who will take out Big Brother in 2016?
Big Brother Australia
Do you like shootin’ the breeze, sitting around in your jarmies all day, eating toast and drinking tea? You’d probably go a long way on Big Brother. It’s basically an antisport – the person deemed least abrasive by the voting public (pretty much the one who does the least) avoids eviction from the house and wins $250,000. Sounds easy? It ain’t. Take your worst sharehouse experience, multiply it by 100, throw in 24-hour-a-day surveillance and a pot of gold for the last man standing, and you’ve got the basic premise. It’s psychological warfare of Orwellian proportions (hence the show’s name being based on George Orwell’s character in his sci-fi classic 1984). And what makes Big Brother betting so interesting is that the voting public are mad – more often than not they’ll vote to keep the irritating fool that has you air-punching the TV.
Big Brother Australia BBQ Facts
- Every series of Big Brother Australia usually includes ‘Intruders’, who are new housemates added to the house by the producers to shake things up.
- In 2006, two male housemates were removed from the house for allegedly sexually assaulting a female housemate. No charges were laid.
- The show’s theme music was adapted from the original theme used in the Netherlands, where the show was invented.
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Winners of Big Brother Australia
Below is the past winners of the Big Brother Australia. Six males have won, and three females, but which gender will win Big Brother Australia 2015?
|Season||Year||Days||House Mates||Winner||Gender||Prize Money|
|Nine||2012||87||16||Benjamin Norris||Male||$250,000 + a Car|
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What happened in Big Brother 2013?
Big Brother odds had favoured Ben Zabel (a shock eviction on day 73) and Tahan Lew-Fatt, who went all the way but finished overall third. Sydneysider Tim Dormer took out the comp after 101 days in the house and multiple close calls with eviction.