Find out who the housemates from Big Brother 2 were and what happened to them after they left the Big Brother house.
Amma Antwi-Agyei, 23, was a stripper from London.
She was known in the house for revealing that she was a stripper to the house mates.
She was evicted in week 6 with 64% of the vote.
After the house, she starred in Dream Team for one series. She returned in Ultimate Big Brother for a task.
Brian Dowling, 22, was an air steward from County Kildare.
He was known in the house for being everyone's favourite and for his dislike of Josh.
He won Big Brother 2 with 58% of the vote to win.
After winning Big Brother he starred in other reality tv shows including Hells Kitchen, where he came third and Fáilte Towers, where he came second. He also won a Come Dine with Me Big Brother Winners special. In 2010, he won Ultimate Big Brother and the title of Ultimate House mate. He co-presented Live from Studio 5 from 2010-11. In 2011, it was announced that Brian was to present Big Brother for Channel 5. He has also presented childrens tv, presenting SMTV Live in 2002, his own show called Brian's Boyfriends and is a guest presenter for This Morning. He has done voice over work including narrating The Salon. He has also hosted awards ceremonies including the Elle Style Awards. He had a spot on Radio 1 on Saturdays mornings doing the entertainment news in 2004-6.
Bubble / Paul Ferguson
He was known in the house for admitting he had a £500 a week drug addiction and that epic tumble he took over the sofa racing to the garden for a task.
He was evicted in week 5 with 53% of the vote.
After the house, he broke the world record for eating corn that he attempted in the house. He released a single with fellow house mate Dean called "Standing Tall", which charted at number 99.He has had a variety of TV appearances including The Office Christmas Special, Dead Set and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. He went to drama school and now works as a drama teacher.
Dean O'Loughlin, 27, was an online manager from Birmingham.
He was known in the house for being the boring one who played his guitar a lot.
He came third in the final with 5% of the vote to win.
After leaving the house, he appeared on the Virgin stage at V Festival. He formed a company with house mate Stuart and invented the Tea Bag Bin and has written a book called Living in the Box: An Adventure in Reality TV. He released a single with fellow house mate Bubble called "Standing Tall", which charted at number 99.
Elizabeth Woodcock, 26, was a website designer from Cumbria.
She was known in the house for surviving nominations until the final.
She came fourth in the final with 2% of the vote to win.
After the house, she split with her boyfriend who had sold her naked shots to the Daily Star. She made a documentary on a motorbike trip she made from Poland to Malta, she travelled on a Yahama Fazer over 10 different countries in Europe. She was on the receiving end of a "bitchy" letter from Germaine Greer.
Helen Adams, 22, was a hairdresser from South Wales.
She was known in the house for being the ditzy welsh one, her romance with fellow house mate Paul, funny "Helenisms" including "I love blinking, I do!" and the sparkly eviction outfit.
She came second in the final with 37% of the vote to win.
After leaving the house, she has made many TV appearances including a spot on Lorraine Kelly's show Lorraine, a guest panellist on Loose Women, various spots for GMTV and other Big Brother documentaries. She also released a Dance Workout DVD. She has also appeared in other reality shows such as Celebrity Fear Factor and Dead Set. After the house, Helen and Paul carried on their relationship, appearing in celebrity magazines such as Heat, they split up in 2006 after 5 years together. Helen has since gone back into hairdressing, her career prior to Big Brother.
Josh Rafter, 32, was a property manager from London.
He was known in the house for being the outsider after being voted in by the public and annoying Brian by being voted into the house.
He was evicted in week 7 with 84% of the vote.
After leaving the house, he did some modelling including some just in his pants. He has been part of a campaign from the NHS focusing on safe sex and he supports a number of gay charities. He is now Managing Director of a property company and Chairman of the Wig Party.
She was known in the house for bitching and snogging Brian.
She was evicted in week 4 with 62% of the vote.
After the house, she made many appearances on TV including BBLB and Big Brother's Bit on the Side as well as other Big Brother related documentaries and the Big Brother Panto alongside this she has also had her own radio show. She has also written a book on Big Brother.Since leaving the house she has had a child with her husband, fellow house mate and best mate Brian is the Godfather. She became the front of an UK Campaign against forced marriages and has done some modelling.
Paul Clarke, 25, was a CAD designer from Reading.
He was known in the house for his relationship with Helen.
He was evicted in week 8 with 84% of the vote.
After the house, he and Helen carried on their relationship and moved in together in London. They split in 2006 after 5 years together. Paul went back to his previous career designing cars.
Penny Ellis, 33, was a teacher from London.
She was known in the house for dropping her towel and showing us her bits and Channel 4 having to apologise for it, Annoying everyone by taking control of the kitchen and overly mothering everyone.
She was evicted in week 1 with 58% of the vote.
After the house, she lost her job as a teacher at an all girls school. She posed naked in a newspaper with her bits barely obscured by bubbles. She also appeared in Jack and the Beanstalk playing a fairy and had a show on Liberty Radio. Penny then judged Miss Ireland in 2001 and starred in a Bog Brother special of The Weakest Link. She has since returned to teaching.
He was known in the house for being really arrogant and competitive and arguing with Amma and Penny.
He was evicted in week 3 with 86% of the vote.
After the 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.