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Monday 18th November 2019

Rylan Clark-Neal hints Big Brother WILL be back on TV

Many fans desperate to see reality series back on the box

TV presenter Rylan Clark-Neal has teased a telly return for Big Brother.

The former Bit on the Side host marked the anniversary of the show’s final episode with a highlights video on Twitter - and hinted the reality series could soon be back on the box.

"The best memories," he wrote in a tweet to his 1.6 million followers.

He continued: "I know you will be back. One year ago today we said 'see you soon' and we will."

Do you want more Big Brother? (Credit: SplashNews.com)

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Devoted fans were quick to embrace Rylan's words - and responded passionately to the idea of another run of Big Brother.

"Hope we will see it soon 😭," tweeted one person.

We said 'see you soon' and we will.

"Can’t believe it’s been a whole year already😫 we need #BBUK back in our lives! It’s not the same without it😩," replied another.

A third person contributed: "Bring back Big Brother!"

Rylan won AND presented the show! (Credit: SplashNews.com)

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The 31-year-old ex Celebrity Big Brother winner has been insistent the series will make a comeback ever since it was canned by Channel 5 last year.

He vowed last November: "My brain just doesn't understand that it's not coming back. To me, I can't understand that I have presented it for the last time.

"It's going to be majorly missed. And trust me, I am doing everything I can do in my power to get it back."

Rylan repeated his commitment to reviving the axed series earlier this year, declaring it one of the most important shows on TV.

"I'm adamant Big Brother will return, when and where I don't know but I won't rest until it does," he said.

It had been rumoured TV bosses were in talks with Netflix to become the “saviour” of the long-running programme, which first launched on Channel 4 in the summer of 2000.

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