Friday’s Launch Of Big Brother Will Include An Irish Farmer From Tipperary

Celebrity Big Brother finished on Monday night and after a tumultuous time in the house and being falsely accused of physical assault, Corrie favourite Ryan Thomas took the crown.

Now, just days after the show ended, regular old Big Brother is set to kick off and this year’s line-up includes one of our own.

Sharing a clip on Twitter, Big Brother revealed that one of the contestants will be a gay male farmer from Tipperary who is 23.

Other contestants for this season will include a waitress from Barnsley who refers to herself as a “peasant” and a vlogger from Norwich. Previous Irish contestants included Dubliners Spyro, Anna Nolan – who went on to host shows like The Great Irish Bake Off – and Kildare fan favourite Brian Dowling, who went on to win two seasons of the show.

This season of Big Brother will see the public having more control than ever before. The public can download an app for you to choose how the show will run which means deciding on the fate of the housemates.

It could be the last series of Big Brother we see for a while, so download the app, buckle up and enjoy the ride. Big Brother kicks off at 9 pm on Virgin Media Two tomorrow night.