Khafi Kareem was denied permission to appear on the reality TV show.Read the full story ›
Ratings have declined steadily but it is rumoured the series will be picked up by another channel or platform.Read the full story ›
The former Emmerdale star apologised for saying he hurt her deliberately.Read the full story ›
A Big Brother contestant has been kicked out of the house, after repeatedly trying to escape.Read the full story ›
The Big Brother contestant had romped with a fellow housemate after insisting he had been given a "hall pass" from his fiancee.Read the full story ›
The show said it was due to information "Channel 5 and Big Brother became aware of today".Read the full story ›
The news was revealed by Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal, who will host the new series which starts on June 7.Read the full story ›
Belo said he felt "degraded" and like he was "living in hell" following a row with fellow contestant Helen Wood.Read the full story ›
A Big Brother contestant has been removed from the show following an incident of "inappropriate behaviour".
Aaron Frew, a 24-year-old model who joined the Channel 5 reality show on launch night earlier this month, got his marching orders after getting naked in front of housemates,including 19-year-old Joel Williams, despite repeated warnings otherwise.
A Big Brother spokeswoman said: "Aaron was removed from the Big Brother House for inappropriate behaviour. Four housemates will still be evicted on Friday."
The National Trust has opened up the Big Brother house to the public.
The custodian of many of the UK's most important properties is giving visitors the chance to peruse the custom-built house across two days.
The house, on a plot at Elstree TV Studios, has been home to personalities such as footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones, Take That's Mark Owen and singer La Toya Jackson during Celebrity Big Brother over the years.