This 33-year-old outback mum’s putting it all on the line to save her family farm
Meet Melissa, a 33-year-old sheep farmer from rural South Australia.
After battling everything from drought to bushfire, this outback mum is only just hanging on to her family farm.
Leaving her three young children at home for the first time, she’s entering Big Brother’s house with her eyes firmly on the prize.
“Winning Big Brother will save our family farm and my kids will be ok,”
“That’s all I want for them, to secure their future. Nothing will break me.”
Melissa’s part of a new breed of housemate, who will find themselves living together, cut-off from the outside world with cameras and microphones recording their every move – 24 hours a day.
They’ll soon find out there’s more to Big Brother than meets the eye.
Think you know Big Brother’s game? Think again.