BIG BROTHER LIVE | Reggie, Bree, Trevor and Ben stream tonight

Big Brother fans are in for a treat as past winners and contestants launch a video streaming show in the lead-up to the new series.

Reggie winning Big Brother

It is the most controversial series of Big Brother yet… and it hasn’t even launched! From nude pictures to a change in format, fans of the iconic reality TV series just don’t know what to expect from the ‘Survivor in a warehouse’ format of the show which will start in 3 weeks.

Tonight, former winners and housemates will come together in a live video event to dissect the latest news and reminisce about their past experiences.

Season 3 winner Reggie Bird (now Sorensen) will be joined by Season 4 winner Trevor Butler, Season 9 winner Ben Norris and Season 4 housemate (plus host of Friday Night Games) Bree Amer.

The video stream is part of the Eye on Big Brother podcast which is hosted by Norris, Rob McKnight and David Robinson from The Ben, Rob & Robbo Show.

Discussion topics will include new housemates, the nude photo scandal and fresh gossip about the new series.

You can watch live at just before 8pm AEST or listen to the podcast version HERE tomorrow morning.

If you have a question leave your comment on the Facebook page or by using #BRRshow on twitter.

Robert McKnight
"Leading TV commentator" - The Daily Telegraph. Robert McKnight is a highly regarded Australian Television Producer having worked at SEVEN, NINE and TEN during his 25 years in the industry. Publicly he is most well-known for creating and producing STUDIO 10 but has worked on Sunrise, The Morning Show plus other prime time productions in addition to creating award-winning news campaigns for both 7 News and 9 News. Currently Rob is the host and producer of the TV Blackbox, McKnight Tonight and Monsters Who Murder podcasts plus host & Executive Producer of the video streaming show The Ben, Rob & Robbo show

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