ITV sparks frenzy with Big Brother teaser as icon makes return

Big Brother teaser trailer

ITV has sparked a frenzy amongst Big Brother fans with their first-look at the reboot, which will debut next month.

The first teaser in a series of exciting promos sees hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best impersonating narrator Marcus Bentley who then advises them to ‘stick to presenting’.

AJ and Will are in their trailer with the former Strictly Come Dancing finalist mocking: “8.49pm. AJ and Will are getting ready to go into the Big Brother house.”

Will joins in with his own take on a Geordie accent: “The Big Brother House. AJ and Will are getting ready to go…”

However they are cut off as Marcus announces: “8.49pm AJ and Will should stick to presenting.”

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The pair are clearly unimpressed with his interruption as they repeat: “Should stick to presenting?”

Marcus then teases: “Big Brother sees it all. The ultimate social experiment returns.”

The teaser will air on ITV on Friday evening during Rugby World Cup 2023 Live.

The Big Brother reboot is confirmed to be returning to ITV2 and ITVX in October.

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Fans are thrilled with the news and immediately took to Twitter to declare: “Bring it on!”

@protweetyt posted: “Already hoping it’s decent after being gone for 5 years.”

@JoolzHunt shared: “Can not wait!!,” as @ccielucas tweeted: “It’s in my head for the rest of the day.”

@slinehan1 tweeted: “The chills I got hearing Marcus say the time!! #BBUK.”

AJ previously revealed how excited she is to host the iconic series, commenting: “I couldn’t be happier, following in the footsteps of some of my favourite broadcasting legends to front such an iconic show is an absolute honour.

“To do it alongside my amazing friend Will is the icing on the cake.”

Big Brother first aired in 2000 on Channel 4 with Davina McCall as the host before Emma Willis took over when it moved to Channel 5 in 2011.

Big Brother airs on ITV2 in October.

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