Big Brother launches tonight amid some shocking claims from winner Aaron Allard-Morgan.
The new series of Big Brother starts on Tuesday on Channel 5, with Brian Dowling hosting the live launch show at 9pm after an hour of auditions.
Pictures of the Big Brother 2012 house have already been released, and now we've got a peek at the all-important diary room chair.
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Big Brother bosses promise the show "surprise and delight" this summer with "plenty of twists", but also warn housemates will be "shocked by some game changing tasks" that will turn the house upside down.
Last year's Big Brother winner, Aaron Allard-Morgan has been speaking about the show ahead of its launch, claiming that four of his fellow housemates attempted suicide.Big Brother 2011's lovebirds Faye and Aaron haved filmed a spin-off show pilot. Copyright [Rex]
Aaron Allard-Morgan yesterday told The Wright Stuff: "I genuinely fear for them, they don't realise what they're letting themselves in for. They give you very little preparation for what's likely to happen.
"From my year, with the 15 of us, I know that four of them have tried to commit suicide after the show just because of the ramifications and impact that it has on your life.
"You're not prepared and you don't have the aftercare that perhaps you should be getting afterwards. The people that are going in tomorrow, they're not gonna hear this."
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Big Brother winner Aaron Allard-Morgan didn't reveal which housemates he was referring to.
He did talk about his relationship with fellow housemate Faye Palmer, saying that they are still together and are looking into a possible TV show spin-off, having already filmed a pilot.
We're so excited for this latest series of Big Brother.