With Big Brother 2012 less than a fortnight away, Channel 5 have released pictures of this year’s Big Brother house.
Ahead of the launch of Big Brother 2012 on the 5TH, Channel 5 have given fans and press of the show a preview of the most famous bungalow in Great Britain.
The theme for this year’s house can only be described as glitz and glamor that is fit for any king or queen.
Use the numbered boxes below to browse this years house via the photos below.
This year’s house is said to feature one of the largest living spaces ever before seen in the Big Brother house.
Along side the images, Channel 5 have also revealed that the house has been designed with old school Vegas glamor. The garden showcases two famous views from Nevada: the Vegas strip at dusk and the rocky outcrops of the Grand Canyon.
This year, the housemates’ every move will be recorded like never before. There are 40 fixed cameras, five manned cameras, six infra-red cameras and a tower camera that will provide never before seen angles of the house. The house will also feature 67 camera mirrors that have been strategically positioned across the entire house meaning that, as ever, there will be nowhere for the housemates to hide.
Susy Price, Executive Producer for Big Brother at Initial adds:
“This year, the house has been given a complete facelift both structurally and aesthetically, combining aspirational sleekness with old school Vegas glamour. It may look like a summer paradise but for housemates this will be no holiday.”
Steve Gowans, Head of Factual Entertainment, Channel 5 comments:
“This year’s house has been designed to transport the housemates into a world combining the exuberance of Las Vegas with the rugged Wild West. It will provide a dramatic backdrop to this summer’s series, in which housemates will be put through some of the most exciting challenges to date.”
Big Brother on Channel 5 will be produced by Endemol UK ’s production arm Initial. Channel 5’s Head of Factual Entertainment, Steve Gowans, will oversee the new series for the channel. Katy Smith, Denis O’Connor and Susy Price are the Executive Producers of Big Brother and Nick Samwell-Smith is Creative Director of Initial.
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