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Seven Confirms Tim Dormer And Reggie Bird Returning For ‘Big Brother Australia’ 2022

Channel Seven has confirmed two members of Big Brother Australia’s past will return for the upcoming season of the reality competition later this year.

(Fwrd Axis) — Channel Seven confirmed on Tuesday two members of Big Brother Australia‘s past will return for the upcoming season of the reality competition later this year.

Winners Reggie Bird and Tim Dormer will re-enter the house to play Big Brother’s game once again in a season that has been dubbed “Back To The Future”. Bird won the series on Channel 10 in 2003 and Dormer was crowned winner back in 2013 on Channel Nine.

“It’s mainly new contestants with a scattering of some of the most iconic Big Brother housemates mixed in,” Brook Hall told TV Tonight. “There’s a clever way that they’re all brought in…. they enter with a different point of view to the rest of them. That’s all I can say on that one.”

The upcoming series will feature returning housemates who will face off against 12 brand new players in what is expected to be a returnee against newbies type of battle.

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“21 years ago, I invited the first-ever housemates into my game,” Big Brother says. “In 2022, Big Brother is going back to the future. Housemates of the past are re-entering my house and they will come face to face with 12 brand new housemates.”

Big Brother Australia 2022 begins later this year on Channel 7. 

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