Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Big Brother Housemates Where Are They Now?





Big Brother UK began in July 2000 and sees a group of housemates enter the Big Brother house, locked away from the public with cameras following their every move 24/7. Every year a winner walks away with a prize pot of at least £50,000 after avoiding being evicted by the public and other housemates. Most housemates enter the celebrity circuit whilst others return to their previous careers and a life away from the spotlight.


Big Brother 1 




Andrew Davidson was evicted in week 3 with 68% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, he returned to his successful career in marketing, working with a number of top brands. He was a presenter on Channel 5's entertainment show Exclusive and released single 'Randy Rap'.


Anna Nolan came in second place with 49% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she has forged a successful career in TV and radio and also as a journalist and columnist for various newspapers and websites. She appeared in the BBC's Anna in Wonderland and Closure, hosted The Great Irish Bakeoff and is also an Executive Producer. She was invited back for a challenge during Ultimate Big Brother and  is a close friend of Davina McCall.

Caroline O'Shea was evicted in week 4 with 62% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she went back to selling adult toys. She aimed to launch a music career but was unable to get a record label to sign her. She also appeared in a The Weakest Link special and on Towie in 2016.

Claire Strutton was evicted in week 7 with 79% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she was in a relationship with Tom, they had a child and moved to Spain but two years later they split. She  presented Dance 2000, appeared on reality show The Salon and modelled underwear for Playtex. She has since remarried and owns a luxury beach resort in Marbella and has opened a number of bars in Essex.


Craig Phillips was the Big Brother 1 winner with 51% of the vote to win. After the Big Brother house, he gave his £70,000 prize money to Joanne Harris for a heart and lung transplant. Within a week, he had raised the remaining £250,000 that was needed, Joanne sadly passed away in 2008.  He has been on hundreds of Television shows and has had his own DIY Television shows including BBC1's 60 Minute Makeover. He released Christmas single "At This Time of Year", which got to number 14 in the charts and raised £40,000 for charity. In 2009 he released his autobiography and re entered the BB house many times. He owns a property investment firm, television production company and can be hired to talk at corporate events. He continues to raise money for charities including Downs Syndrome charities and has raised over £500,000.  He has made an estimated £7,000,000 since leaving the house and in 2018, has been outspoken about it being time for Big Brother to end. He proposed to his girlfriend Laura Sheriff in 2017. 


Darren Ramsay finished third in the final with 13% of the vote to win. After leaving the Big Brother house, he presented Good Food Live on UK Food and was a host on This Morning. He trained as an flight attendant for TV show 'Airline', where he was asked to leave. He also appeared on The Weakest Link on a Reality TV special version of the show. He currently works for a research company.


Melanie Hill was evicted in week 8 with 69% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, Mel presented two series of Chained and wrote various articles and magazine columns. She took part in a charity football match for the NSPCC and appeared in the Big Brother Pantomime. She dated Alex from BB3 for 3 years. She studied to become a barrister before leaving to go travelling and later worked in marketing. She has a son Otis with boyfriend Glenn. 


Nichola Holt was evicted in week 5 with 72% of the vote.  After the Big Brother house, she was briefly in a relationship with  Sada for a few months. After drinking heavily at a party, she accidentally sent Vanessa Feltz flying to the ground.  She was working as an escort and appeared in a number of adult movies in 2004 and 2005. She also tried her hand at being a pop star and released a single called "The Game", which reached number 72 in the chart. She was briefly married to personal trainer Yas Parr  but is now single and living in Bolton.


Nick Bateman was removed from the house in week 5 after being found to have a pencil and paper that he had used to influence votes. Since leaving the Big Brother house, he is estimated to have made over £500,000 with many TV appearances and plays including the Big Brother Pantomime.. He is also a writer, riting Nasty Nick: How to be a Right B*****d, a column for The Sun newspaper and was writing for The Good Holiday Guide Magazine, he later became Editor at Large. He married Lynette in 2007 but they separated and divorced in 2016. He now lives in Australia with his partner Carol, moving in 2013 and he currently works in television production and runs a marketing business. 

Sada Wilkington was evicted in week 1 with 55% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she was in a relationship with fellow contestant Nichola Holt for two months. She got a £10,000 from a Shampoo advert deal and a car from a car advert. She co-wrote dating book  The Babe's Bible and trained as a Yoga Instructor. She later moved to Argentina, where she married Argentinian musician Sat Man Swara.

Tom McDermott was evicted in week 6 with 30% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, Tom and Claire became the first Big Brother couple, they had a baby boy and moved to Marbella where they ran a property website before splitting up in 2004. He currently lives in Cornwall where he owns a property company. He has since remarried and remains good friends with Claire. 

Big Brother 2


Amma Antwi-Agyei was evicted in week 6 with 64% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she starred in Dream Team, Night Fever and returned in Ultimate Big Brother for a task. She returned to University studying Acting at the University of London in 2014. She recently played the role of Maggie in Shutters at the Arcola Theatre. 

Brian Dowling was the Big Brother 2 winner with 58% of the vote to win. After winning Big Brother he starred in other shows including Hell's Kitchen, Fáilte Towers,  a Come Dine with Me special and in 2010, he won Ultimate Big Brother and the title of Ultimate House mate. He had a spot on Radio 1 on Saturdays mornings and co-presented Live from Studio 5. He presented Big Brother for Channel 5 from 2011-13 and SMTV Live. He had his own show called Brian's Boyfriends and is a guest presenter on This Morning. He currently presents Sitting on a Fortune and The Real Housewives of Cheshire. 

Paul Bubble Ferguson was evicted in week 5 with 53% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, he broke the world record for eating corn and released a single with Dean called "Standing Tall", which charted at number 99. He appeared on The Office Christmas Special, Dead Set and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. He went to drama school and is now a drama teacher.

Dean O'Loughlin came third in the final with 5% of the vote to win. After leaving the Big Brother house, he formed a company with Stuart, inventing the Tea Bag Bin and has written a book called Living in the Box: An Adventure in Reality TV. He released a single with  Bubble called "Standing Tall", which charted at number 99. He is a blogger and writes about his children.

Elizabeth Woodcock came fourth in the final with 2% of the vote to win. After the Big Brother house, she split with her boyfriend who had sold her naked shots. She made a documentary on a motorbike trip she made from Poland to Malta, travelling on a Yahama Fazer over 10 different countries in Europe. She received a "bitchy" letter from Germaine Greer.

Helen Adams came second in the final with 37% of the vote to win. After leaving the Big Brother house, she had many TV appearances including a spot on Lorraine, Loose Women, GMTV, Dead Set and Celebrity Fear Factor. She also released a Dance Workout DVD. Helen and Paul carried on their relationship but  split up in 2006 after 5 years together. Helen has gone back into hairdressing and has remarried.

Josh Rafter was evicted in week 7 with 84% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, he did some modelling jobsl has been part of a NHS campaign focusing on safe sex and he supports a number of gay charities. He is Managing Director of a London-Based property company called Outlet and Chairman of the Wig Party.

Narinder Kaur was evicted in week 4 with 62% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she made many appearances on TV including BBLB and Big Brother's Bit on the Side and the Big Brother Panto.. She has also written a book on Big Brother. Since leaving the house she has had two children with her husband and was a bridesmaid at Brian's wedding. She became the front of an UK Campaign against forced marriages and has done some modelling. She is now a Youtuber and blogger.

Paul Clarke was evicted in week 8 with 84% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, he and Helen carried on their relationship before splitting in 2006 after 5 years together. Paul returned to his  career designing cars and was working for Ford and Jaguar in their design departments. 


Penny Ellis was evicted in week 1 with 58% of the vote.  After the Big Brother house, she lost her job as a teacher and posed naked in a newspaper. She appeared in Jack and the Beanstalk playing a fairy and had a show on Liberty Radio. Penny judged Miss Ireland in 2001 and starred in a Big Brother special of The Weakest Link. She has since returned to teaching.


Stuart Hosking was evicted in week 3 with 86% of the vote.  After the Big Brother house, Stuart and fellow contestant Dean invented the Tea Bag Bin. He also made numerous TV appearances including RISE, BBLB and QVC. He also presented some TV shows including BBLB, Sky News and QVC. He has also co-represented on radio shows including FOX FM and Capital Gold and had his own radio show on Mix 96 FM.


Big Brother 3


Adele Roberts was evicted in week 6 with 62% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she continued with her DJ work, being a DJ on Rock FM, Hits FM, Galaxy Radio, Capital FM, weekly weekend spots on Radio 1Xtra and is currently on Radio one from 4.30-6.30am. She also DJs at festivals, nightclubs and celebrity parties. In 2007, she returned to the house with Alex for a task.

Alex Sibley came third in the final with 27% of vote to win. After leaving the Big Brother house he appeared in an advert for Domestos and modelled at London Fashion Week. He appeared on TV shows such as Driven, Celebrity Fear Factor, Blind Date Celebrity Special, Loose Women and Wish You Were Here and has Big Brother house twice for tasks. He dated BB1 house mate Melanie Hill until 2007. In 2004, Alex hit and killed a pedestrian in his car, he was charged for the death but the case was dropped in 2006. He is now married and has a daughter. 


Alison Hammond was evicted in week 2 with 39% of the vote. After leaving Big Brother she has become a presenter on This Morning and has interviewed a number of celebrities. She appeared on Celebrity Fit Club, I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, Celebrity Stars In Their Eyes and Strictly Come Dancing. In 2005, she had a baby boy and n 2011, she walked the catwalk for Liverpool's Fashion Week. 

Jade Goody came fourth in the final with 20% of the vote to win. After the Big Brother house, she was in a relationship with Jeff Brazier having sons Bobby and Freddie. She appeared on Back to Reality and the Big Brother Panto. She released three work out DVDs, two autobiographies and a perfume. She had her own reality TV Shows Jades Salon and Just Jade. In 2007, entered the Celebrity Big Brother house and there was controversy surrounding racist comments involving Shilpa Shetty. She entered the Big Brother house in India but left after two days after being told she had cervical cancer. Jade and Jack married in February 2009 and sadly died in March 2009.

Jonny Regan came second in the final with 42% of the vote to win. After the Big Brother house, he was a radio presenter on TFM radio and appeared in pantomimes Aladdin. He has gone into acting and presenting, appearing in/on RI:SE, CDUK, Spoof! , Coronation Street, The Bill, Byker Grove, Vera and Billy Eliiot. He appeared in TV adverts for British Gas, Skybet and Kelloggs. His wedding was covered by OK! Magazine when he married Joanne Llewellyn. He now owns a photography company. 

Kate Lawler was the Big Brother 3 winner with 58% of the vote. After leaving the house, she was a radio DJ on Capital FM, Kerrang Radio, Virgin Radio and a nightclub DJ all over the world and launching her own own record label. She has appeared on tv, presenting RI:SE and featuring on Celebrity Love Island, Celebrity Wrestling, Hole in the Wall, Celebrity Wipeout and Big Brother Celebrity Hijack. She presented dating show Playdate and became the face of an Ann Summers campaign. In 2007, she was banned from driving for 6 months for speeding. In 2012, she carried the Olympic Torch in Sandwell. She is currently a day time radio presenter on Virgin Radio.

Lee Davey was evicted in week 3 with 84% of the vote.   After leaving the Big Brother house, he married Sophie Pritchard on Big Brother's Little Wedding. They had son Max in 2005 and split up in 2006. He went on tour with The Dream Boys and released a fitness DVD called Lee's Wicked Workout. He owned a chain of gyms and is a writer for Get French Football News. 

Lynne Moncrieff was evicted in week 1 with all house mates choosing to vote her out. After the Big Brother house, she moved to London and kept out of the media spotlight.


PJ Ellis was evicted in week 7 with 81% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, he remained friends with Jade and they kept in contact for 18 months before falling out of touch. He met Kelly in 2007 and they got married in 2010, their wedding video can be found on Youtube. He worked as a lawyer in Birmingham before leaving to focus on his charity work with Love Brum UK, a Birmingham based charity. He founded social media company Blake7 and arranged an Annual Charity ball in tribute of Harry Mosely raising over £100,000.

Sandy Cumming left the house in week 3 after climbing on the roof in an escape attempt before being talked down and leaving via the back door. Since leaving the Big Brother house, he kept out of the media spotlight and he returned to his role as a personal shopper at Selfridges. He changed his surname to avoid being recognised and is now a Community Police Officer.


Sophie Pritchard was evicted in week 5 with 85% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, Sophie and Lee got together, Lee proposed to Sophie live on RI:SE and they got married in Buckinghamshire in August 2003. In 2005, they had son Max, the first ever Big Brother baby but split up in 2006  and remain good friends.


Sunita Sharma left the house voluntarily in week 1. After leaving the Big Brother house,  she returned to her career and fully qualified as a barrister specialising in Criminal Law. She currently works in recruitment at an Investments firm leading a  Human Capital Management department.


Spencer Smith  was evicted in week 4 with 55% of the vote. Since leaving the Big Brother house, he has done modelling work, appeared in pantomimes and hosted Fishing show Cast Away. He appeared in Celebrity 5 Go Dating, Celebrity Fear Factor, Celebrity Four Weddings Celebrity Coach Trip, teamed with Brian Belo. In 2010, he was working as Jodie Marsh's gardener.


Tim Culley was evicted in week 8 with 81% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, Tim wrote a very moving article on Jade Goody. He moved to South Africa and worked for Sports Illustrated and later helped launch SA's first weekly lads mag. He returned to advertising and is currently Marketing Director of Weylandts, a high end furntiture company. 


Big Brother 4


Anouska Golebiewski was evicted in week 1 with 46% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she appeared in the Australian Big Brother, Distraction and the Big Brother Panto. She returned to University to study psychology and currently works as a counsellor. In 2011, she did the Bupa Great North Run for the Meningitis Trust and in 2012, the Shell Chester Half Marathon for charity Young Minds.

Cameron Stout was the Big Brother 4 winner with 57% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house he worked for the BBC as a spokesperson, co-presented on BBC Scotland and was on BBC Radio. He writes regular columns for Scottish Newspapers, The Sunday Post, Aberdeen Evening Express. He has starred in pantomimes as Prince Charming and Peter Pan and been involved in charity events. He is now a primary school teacher.

Federico Martone was evicted in week 4 with 40% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, he appeared on Bo Selecta and Sky One's Top Ten Sexiest Women. He returned to the house for a task and got told off for talking Michael Jackson's death. He now works in his father's restaurants Piazza Italia and Qua and opened his own art gallery. He is currently a columnist for The Daily Record, Now Magazine, Football Italia and Digital Spy. 

Herjender Gos Gosal was evicted in week 6 with 46% of the vote to evict. After the Big Brother house, he went back to his previous career as a chef cooking for some top London restaurants and health spas. He is also a presenter on radio shows Asian Network Radio, Westside FM and Five Live.

Ray Shah came second place in the final with 43% of the vote.  After leaving the Big Brother house he  DJed in top clubs in Ireland and on the radio on Dublin’s Q102 radio station and 4FM. He presented On The Box on  City Channel and set up business Bodyfirst Nutrition selling sports supplements with three shops and strong online sales. In April 2016 he proposed to his long term girlfriend Dani who gave birth to daughter Riya in October.

Scott Turner came in third place in the final with 27% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, he was rumoured to be in a relationship with Nush but it wasn't true. He now works as a Communications manager for a theatre group and has written a play.

Joanne Sissy Rooney was evicted in week 3 with 45% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house she became a fashion designer and founded the Streetstyle Surgery, which runs workshops for youths in fashion design and film-making. She has won many awards and commendations for the Streetstyle Surgery including Sole Trader of the Year at the Enterprise Vision Awards. 

Stephanie Coldicott came fourth in the final with 7% of the vote to win. After the Big Brother house, she worked for Connections and now works as a Head of School and Learning Coordinator. She had her divorce from husband footballer Stacy Coldicott finalised and had a custody battle over their pet dogs. She now goes by her maiden name Steph Smith.

Tânia do Nascimento was evicted in week 5 with 72% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she gave birth to son Zach in February 2005 and has done various modelling jobs. She briefly rekindled her relationship with footballer Youssef Sofian.



Big Brother 5


Ahmed Aghil He was evicted in week 7 with 56% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, he became a radio Agony Uncle on Late Night Love. In 2010, he returned to the Ultimate Big Brother house, smashing plates in the garden.

Becki Seddiki She was evicted in week 6 with 62% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she dated Russell Brand and is a singer/songwriter and has trained as an actress appearing on stage in various productions. She also worked on Big L Radio from 2004-6 and had a newspaper column in 2005.

Daniel Bryan came third in the final with 17% of the vote to win. After leaving the Big Brother house, he returned to his career as a hair stylist and is in band Ice House Project.

Emma Greenwood was removed from the house in week 4 after being moved back into the bedsit following Fight Night. After the Big Brother house, Emma and Victor had another big fight on MTV's TRL show. She appeared at many celebrity parties, was a regular on Richard and Judy and worked alongside Michelle Bass on Television X. She has since disappeared out of the public eye after living with Marco for a while.

Jason Cowan came second place in the final with 26% of the vote to win. Since leaving the Big Brother house, he has appeared on many TV shows including Commando VIP and has since become a personal trainer. In 2011, he appeared in court charged with sexual assault and was found not guilty.

Kitten Pinder ejected from the house in week 1 but refused to leave, losing £9000 from the prize money. After leaving the Big Brother house she was in court for not paying parking fines of £225. She appeared in the Big Brother Panto and has since moved to Perth, Australia, where she is active in local politics and a community development coordinator.

Marco Sabba was evicted in week 5 with 52% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, he appeared in Little by Little and  the Big Brother Panto. He returned to the Big Brother house for a task in Ultimate Big Brother and defended Nadia over her conflicts with Coolio on Digital Spy revealing that she was suicidal after.

Michelle Bass was evicted in week 9 with 67% of the vote. After leaving the house, Michelle and Stu were together for a year. She appeared on The Weakest Link and has written articles and columns in OK! magazine and The Mirror. She became a model and glamour model and was presenter on  Television X. She returned for Ultimate Big Brother, reaching the semi final and appeared in movie I Want Candy and in an Aladdin pantomime. In 2006, she released a dance track 'Must Be The Music', which reached 27 in the dance chart. She married hypnotherapist Steve McKeown in 2010  and gave birth to a baby girl in July 2013.

Nadia Almada was the Big Brother 5 winner with 74% of the vote to win. After the Big Brother house, she released a single 'A Little Bit of Action' which reached 27 chart. She has appeared on Hollyoaks, Big Fat Quiz of the Year, Australian Big Brother, Fool Around With, Trust Me I'm a Holiday Rep and Come Dine With Me. In 2004, she released a dance workout DVD called Latino Dance Workout. In 2010, she returned for Ultimate Big Brother where she proved unpopular with viewers. Nadia complained to Ofcom about editing of her argument with Coolio but it emerged that she had said and done worse. She is alleged to have attempted committing suicide after Ultimate Big Brother.

Shell Jubin came fourth place in the final with 9% of the vote to win. After leaving the Big Brother house, she did a variety of glamour model shoots before returning to an academic career in the US. She worked at the Guggenheim Museum, as an assistant to artist Andy Goldsworthy before becoming an Intern at the Metropolitan Museum alongside teaching Art History at Baruch College.

Stuart Wilson  came fourth place in the final with 9% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, he was in a relationship with Michelle Bass for a year but they split up as he didn't approve of her glamour modelling. He auditioned for a boy band Son of Dork and completed his degree.

Vanessa Nimmo was evicted in week 4 with 86% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she dated Ben Fogle and became a glamour model. In 2010, she was voted 8th in FHM Magazines Ultimate Big Brother Girls.

Victor Ebuwa was evicted in week 8 with 47% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, he started working in stocks and investment banking after appearing on Celebrity Poker Club. Victor returned to the house for Ultimate Big Brother. In November, 2010 he was arrested for assault. He has been romantically linked to Big Brother 11s Corin.


Big Brother 6

Anthony Hutton won Big Brother 6 with 57.3% of the vote to win. After the Big Brother house, he appeared on The Match and Premier League All Stars. He has appeared in panto and released a workout DVD. In 2007, he began dating Zoe Birkett but they split in 2011. He returned to the house tasks including a picnic with Makosi in Ultimate Big Brother. In 2012, he decided to become a hairdresser and planned to open a salon in Darlington.

Craig Coates  came fifth place in the final with 3.9% of the vote to win. Since leaving the Big Brotherhouse, NSFW pictures have emerged online of Craig  on webcam,. He opened his own salon in Cromer but this closed due to him having a hand injury.

Derek Laud was evicted in week 10 with 58% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, he became a regular on Sky News and has appeared oncelebrity 'Who wants to be a millionaire?' He also writes features for the Mail on Sunday.

Eugene Sully came second place in the final with 42.7% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, Eugene has radio shows on a number of different radio stations. He appeared on Eggheads, Test the Nation and 8 Out of 10 Cats. Eugene moved to Scotland and works for BBC Scotland. Eugene stood for the council election in Crawley, coming second. In 2008, he appeared in Dead Set and is eaten by zombie Davina.

Kemal Shahin was evicted in week 9 with 51.1% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, he was in a relationship with Kinga for 6 months and was in a pantomime as a fairy. He launched a failed website which sold accessories and featured in the advert for C4's last season of BB. Kemal released single "Through with Love" after having a sex change and becoming Zuleyka. She now lives in America and attends Soka University of America. 

Kinga Karolczak was evicted  in week 5 but returned and came 4th place with 4.1% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she dated Kemal Shahin for 6 months and appeared on Trisha, The Charlotte Church Show, Come Dine with Me and Dead Set. She has written a column on BB for the Daily Star. She set up the company "Double K Enterprises" which was dissolved in 2009 and has recorded a number of songs.

Lesley Sanderson was evicted in week 2 with 36% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she had a rough time, she told the Daily Mail that Big Brother had ruined her life and she had attempted suicide, being admitted to a psychiatric ward. In 2006, she won damages from the Sunday Sport for a false article written about her and in 2007 she won damages from the Daily Star for 2 articles written about her. In 2011, she graduated from Wolverhampton University and has lost weight, she looks stunning in recent pictures.

Makosi Musambasi came third place in the final with 8.7% of the vote to win. After leaving the Big Brother house, she was in a relationship with Nigerian musician, 2face Idibia. She appeared on Dead Set and Ultimate Big Brother, admitting he had lied about her and Anthony having sex.  In 2012, she attempted to enter the UK using a family members passport with a significant amount of cash and was deported. She is now living in Nigeria where she has a TV show and has recently released a book.

Mary O'Leary was evicted in week 1 with 60% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she was homeless for a while, then worked as a tarot reader in London and now owns a successful herbal remedies business.

Maxwell Ward was evicted in week 6 with 57% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, Maxwell and Saskia continued their relationship after the house, buying a house together until they split up in June 2006.

Orlaith McAllister left voluntarily the house in week 10. Since leaving the Big Brother house, she has done a lot of glamour modelling for various magazines and newspapers and has had 2 children, Eva in 2007 and Anthony in 2009. In 2006, she entered Miss Great Britain but lost to Danielle Lloyd. She claims to have slept with John Terry and Calum Best and has had a boob job.

Roberto Conte was evicted in week 4 with 53% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, Roberto did not stay on the celebrity circuit and returned to being a teacher.

Sam Heuston was evicted in week 3 with 59% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house she became a glamour model. She had a brief cameo in brit film Clubbing to Death before vanishing from the limelight. She is said to be working in a department store.

Saskia Howard-Clarke was evicted in week 5 with 71% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she dated housemate Maxwell until June 2006 and has had a career as a glamour model for various lads mags. In 2008, she appeared in BB Spinoff Dead Set as a zombie. She had a breast reduction in 2010.

Kieron Science Harvey was evicted in week 8 with 50.5% of the vote. Since leaving the Big Brother house, he has kept a relatively low profile, he has had an appearance in movie Freight and in an 8 out of 10 Cats Big Brother special.

Vanessa Layton McIntosh was evicted in week 7 with 6 out of 7 votes from her  house mates. After leaving the Big Brother house, she was photographed falling out of nightclubs for a while before studying law at the University of Greenwich and interning at Harvard and Citigroup. She became a lawyer and worked at White and Case LLP in 2010 before joining the CPS in 2011.

Big Brother 7


Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace came third place in the final with 22% of the vote. After the Big Brother house she became a glamour models.  She turned down a place in Ultimate Big Brother to film for Brit film Anuvahood. She has appeared in numerous TV shows including Dead Set, Celebrity Coach Trip, T4, Big Brother's Bit on The Side and Big Mouth, Loose Women, Screenwipe and Celebrity Salon. She has her own fashion label "Unique by Aisleyne", has written columns and articles on Big Brother and released book "Aisleyne: Surviving Gangs, Guns and Glamour". She has done a lot of charity work including being a patron of Brain Tumour UK.

Bonnie Holt was evicted in week 2 with 78% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she was ruled out of returning to the house, for legal reasons, these being a rumour that she was facing charges for not paying for some takeaway pizza, no charges were ever bought against her. 

Dawn Blake was ejected in week 2 after claims she received a coded message. After the house, Dawn told police that she was held against her will. She went on hunger strike until unedited tapes were released and Ofcom rejected her complaint that the show had been edited to "humiliate and misrepresent her". She also complained to the PCC about The Sun, this was resolved when they published a letter from her with her side.

George Askew left the house voluntarily in week 2. After the Big Brother house, he started working at Channel 4 as an Assistant Publicist before working in sales and marketing for various firms and is currently Sales and Business Development Director at The Gentleman's Journal.

Glyn Wise came second in the final with 38.8% of the vote to win.   Since leaving the Big Brother house, he has appeared in TV shows and radio broadcasts on S4C and Radio Cymru. He published a book in 2007 about the year after Big Brother House called Blwyddyn Fawr Glyn Wise or Glyn Wise's Big Year. He returned for a task in Ultimate Big Brother in 2010. In 2012, he began teaching Welsh at a secondary school.


Grace Adams-Short was evicted in week 4 with 87.9% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, she was in the House Next Door briefly. She and Mikey are still together, they married in 2009 and had baby daughter Georgiana in 2012. She runs a performing arts school called Studio 76 in Liverpool and The Grace Academy of Performing Arts, in Plymouth. In 2007, she won Cirque du Celebrité despite performing with a broken foot!


Imogen Thomas was evicted in week 12 with 62% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she became a glamour model and appeared in TV shows including Dead Set, Celebrity Coach Trip and Come Dine With Me. In 2011, it was revealed that she had a relationship with a married footballer but a gagging order prevented his name from being released and it was social media users and the Sunday Herald who revealed it. She has had a string of relationships with celebrities including Russell Brand and Jermaine Defoe and is currently with Adam Horseley. She had a daughter Ariana in February 2013.


Jayne Kitt was evicted in week 9 with 67.1% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she had a few appearances on TV shows such as 8 Out of 10 Cats and then she returned to her previous career in recruitment.

Jennie Corner came sixth place in the final with 0.9% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she appeared in a cooking show with Glyn and did numerous glamour model shoots. She came third in "Miss Cheshire" 2007 winning a modelling contract.

Lea Walker was evicted in week 7 with 53.8% of the vote, re-entered and was evicted again in Week 12. After the house, she starred in an adult film and had a radio show on Gaydar Radio with Richard called The Dick and Dolly Show. She also released a book entitled Living With BDD (Body Dysmorphic Disorder) and has also done various modelling jobs.


Lisa Huo was evicted in week 5 with 60.3% of the vote.  After leaving the Big Brother house, she did the usual nightclubs and premiere rounds for a year. In 2009, she became a plumber after completing a plumbing apprenticeship.


Michael Cheshire was evicted in week 11 with 9.7% of the vote to save. After the Big Brother house, Michael faded back into his old life of meditation. He appeared on Judge Rinder over an unpaid loan from Aisleyne.


Mikey Dalton was evicted in week 11 with 48.5% into the House Next Door but evicted after failing to win the vote to go back into the main house. After leaving the house, he and Grace married in 2009 and had daughter Georgiana in 2012.He is a DJ, appearing in clubs around the world.

Nikki Grahame was evicted in week 8 with 37.2% into in the House Next Door, won the public vote to re-enter the house and came fifth place in the final with 6.5% of the vote. After leaving the house, she starred in her own reality show "Princess Nikki" and won a National TV Award. She starred in adverts for Dominos Pizza and TV shows including The Weakest Link, Big Brother's Little Brother and 8 Out of 10 Cats. She had a column in OK! Magazine within their celebrity magazine. She has written two books on Anorexia, "Dying to be Thin"in 2009 and Fragile in 2012. She returned to the Big Brother House for Ultimate Big Brother and came second. She revealed that in 2012 she suffered a relapse of Anorexia and had to be sectioned.

Pete Bennett was the Big Brother 7 winner with 61.2% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, he released a book, Pete: My Story after leaving the house. In 2010, he announced he was divorcing wife Gemma after 6 months and marrying on Living TV's Four Weddings. He currently performs with band Pete Bennett & The Love Dogs.

Richard Newman came fourth place in the final with 9.2% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, he appeared in Attitude Magazine, hosted Mr Gay UK and became a host on digital radio station Gaydar Radio on The Dick and Dolly Show with Lea. He also writes various articles for gay interest magazines as a freelance writer.

Sam Brodie was evicted in week 3 with 53.7% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, Sam changed her mind about having a sex change and is back living as Samuel and has since had a baby with his girlfriend. He has presented various TV shows on Indonesian TV.

Sezer Yurtseven 
was evicted from the house in week 2 with 91.6% of the vote to evict. After the Big Brother house, he was dating Imogen until he was arrested on suspicion of rape,  he was later cleared and they got back together but they split again. He describes himself as an Entrepreneur and has been Director of various companies, many of which are now dissolved. He was cleared of tax fraud after failing to file tax returns between 2005-8.

Shahbaz Chauhdry left the house voluntarily after 5 days. After leaving the Big Brother house, he threatened to sue Endemol and was unable to find work, living on benefits. In 2009, he said in an interview that he was still having nightmares from his appearance on Big Brother.

Glen "Spiral" Coroner was evicted in week 10 with 9.7% of the vote to save. After the Big Brother house, he produced a top ten hit “Finglas” in Ireland. In 2007, he stood in for Mark Ronson's drummer, who had come down with food poisoning, on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross Christmas Special playing with the Kaiser Chiefs.

Susie Verrico was evicted in week 11 with 59.4% of the vote. Since leaving the Big Brother house, she has done some modelling shoots and appeared in many adverts including Mastercard, Fray Bentos and Pot Noodle.

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Amy Alexander was evicted in week 10 with 58% of the vote.   Amy was a glamour model before entering the house and went back to glamour modelling after leaving the house.

Billi Bhatti was evicted in week 4 with 55.1% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, he wed girlfriend Holli in Las Vegas and had a son called Austin. He has had Twitter rows with other ex BB house mates including Rylan and John James. He became a wrestler under the name Billi Lightning.

Brian Belo was the Big Brother 8 winner with 60.3% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, Brian and Amanda dated briefly. Brian appeared on Hollyoaks, Harry Hill's TV Burp, Dead Set, Come Dine with Me and a Coach Trip specials and returned to the house twice for tasks. In 2013, he reached a million pound settlement with the makers of TOWIE after claiming that he played a part in coming up with the concept of the show. He released single "Essex Boy" which failed to make it into the charts.

Carole Vincent came fifth place in the final with 4.9% of the vote to win. After leaving the Big Brother house, Carole was arrested and charged with theft for allegedly nicking a policeman's truncheon during an anti-war demo, she was later cleared of the charge. She posed nude for Closer magazine and looked fabulous.

Chanelle Hayes voluntarily left the house in week 9 due to the pressure of her relationship with Ziggy. After leaving the Big Brother house, she appeared in  lads magazines and released perfume "Mwah". In 2008, she had a column for Star magazine. She dated Josh Singleton, Jack Tweed on and Matthew Bates, with whom she has son Blakely. She reached number 63 in the UK charts and had top ten hits in Turkey and Russia with single, "I Want It". She now owns a cake/cupcake business and is a make up artist.

Charley Uchea was evicted in week 8 with 85.6% of the vote. After leaving the Big Brother house, she did various photo shoots for the lads mags, was papped falling out of parties and owns a furnishings store called Belle Chic in Bromley, Kent.

David Parnaby was evicted in week 10 after just 4 days in the house with 37% of the vote. After the Big Brother house, he returned to his previous career in retail.

Emily Parr was removed from the house in week 2 but she genuinely showed remorse and apologised to all involved. After leaving the Big Brother house, she went to University to study acting and drama and had a part as an extra in the film The Wolfman and small roles in theatres around the South West. She also appeared in lads mags.

Gerry Stergiopoulos was evicted in week 12 with 3 out of 3 votes to evict chosen by Samanda, Tracey and Ziggy. Since leaving the Big Brother house, Gerry has become an Agony Uncle and Author, he wrote Treat them Mean, and Keep Them Keen and has wrote for many magazines. He is also a scriptwriter and wrote 11 episodes of 'Loveline' for MTV Italy.

Jonathan Durden left the house voluntarily in week 6 after being told that his Grandmother had died. After the Big Brother house, Jonathan has a successful career in PR and media. He wrote a book called 'Essex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll', which is available to buy on eBay.



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