Big Brother’s Anthony Hutton looks unrecognisable as he makes appearance on This Morning | The Sun
BIG Brother's Anthony Hutton looked completely different as he appeared on Tuesday's This Morning.
Anthony, 40, joined fellow former show winners Kate Lawler and Chantelle Houghton to celebrate the return of the iconic reality show.
It's been 17 years since Anthony won his series and long gone is the fresh-faced 70s dancer who entered the country's most famous house in 2005.
These days he's sporting a full beard and a longer hairstyle and he's swapped dancing for cutting hair by opening his own barbers in Darlington.
Anthony is also a proud dad to son Cruz who he shares with wife Sophie.
The Sun exclusively revealed four months ago that the cult reality TV show was set to be rebooted after a five year hiatus.
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The returning series will air on ITV2 and on new service ITVX, with all the action once again happening in a purpose-built house with nominations, public votes and live evictions.
Last night’s ad showed a new version of the iconic Big Brother eye, but made up of smaller ITV2 logos.
The original reality series was first shown on Channel 4 and then moved to Channel 5.
ITV2 Controller Paul Mortimer said: “This refreshed, contemporary new series of Big Brother will contain all the familiar format points that kept viewers engaged and entertained the first time round, but with a brand new look and some additional twists that speak to today’s audience.
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“We’re beyond excited to bring this iconic series to ITV2 and ITVX where it should especially engage with our younger viewers.”
ITV has yet to say who will host the new version of the show, which has previously been fronted by Davina McCall on C4, then Emma Willis and Rylan Clark on C5.
The reboot will be one of the shortest series in the history of Big Brother, with the whole process lasting just six weeks.
Previously, most series have been at least seven weeks long, with some stretching to 13 weeks.
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