Big Brother narrator drops major hint that the show WILL return
The voice behind Big Brother has dropped a massive hint that the reality show WILL be returning.
Just weeks after the programme was scrapped by Channel 5, Marcus Bentley has taken to Instagram to post an old picture himself behind the microphone, complete with a cryptic caption.
It reads: “Narrating Big Brother – We will be back!”
Narrating Big Brother – We will be back! #bigbrotheruk #voiceovers #voiceover
A post shared by Marcus Bentley (@marcusthevoicebentley) on Jan 14, 2019 at 6:29am PST
Bentley’s voice has been a part of the show since it began back in 2000. He’s narrated every single season, including the celebrity editions.
Excited fans responded to the narrator’s post, with one writing: “Omg… please say it got saved! Don’t mess with my emotions like this.”
Another wrote: “”I’m relying on it, Marcus… January is miserable with no CBB or BB to look forward to.”
Many have also noted that Big Brother’s audition website features the caption: “Big Brother will get back to you”, which were also the last words viewers heard at the end of the last series.
Big Brother was dropped by Channel 5 after a fall in its ratings, with bosses confirming it wouldn’t be returning to the channel.
Presenter Emma Willis said she was “disappointed” that the show was cancelled by Channel 5.
But Bentley’s Instagram post has now further fuelled speculation that the show will be revived on another channel.
The show’s presenter Emma Willis recently spoke about missing the show since its cancellation.
Speaking to The Mirror, she said: “January has been weird if I’m being honest. When Big Brother finished, everybody was really sad. But I think all of us thought it would be nice to have a bit of time in January and not have New Year happen and suddenly you are back into it.
“But if I am honest I have really missed it,” she continued. “It has been lovely to have an extended amount of time at home with the kids but I am someone that likes to keep busy. I miss it. I really, really do.
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