Big Brother releases new logo and teases “culture clash of Britain”

The show is set to be even more exciting this year

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Big Brother have released the brand new logo for this year’s show and it’s set to “represent modern Britain” according to Channel 5.

The new logo shows a multi-coloured Union Jack flag with a patchwork of eclectic images representing modern images associated with the UK.

But what does this mean for the brand new series?

The show has revealed the new logo (Channel 5)

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And the bosses have teased the series will be a “culture clash of modern Britain”.

The reality show, hosted by Emma Willis, is set to return this summer as it welcomes a new set of housemates ready to cause trouble.

Show bosses have promised “a whole new series of tasks, twists and surprises to bond, divide and entertain the housemates and viewers alike”.

Rylan Clark-Neal will also be returning to front the spin-off show Big Brother’s Bit On The Side.

Emma Willis will host the show (Channel 5)

Teasing viewers about the new house interior Rylan said: “I was there not long ago and the house is so different.

“When we did the second house last year, that was a massive change for us, but I’m totally just disregarding that for the moment because what we’ve done in the main house is absolutely unbelievable. It’s unreal.”

Viewers saw Jason Burrill come out on top of last year’s series.

And it seems the show bosses are looking to spice things up and make the series explosive this time around.

Jason Burrill won the show last year (Credit: Channel 5)

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Auditions for the show took place earlier this year.

Teasing the new format for the show Rylan said: “I can say that we were looking for pairs but I can’t say any more than that.

“Whether that means there’s only going to be pairs, or there’s going to be singles, I’ve got no idea. I mean, I have, but I’m not telling you.”

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