Big Brother winner Brian Belo blasts show and its current 'new breed' hosts Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal


Former Big Brother winner Brian Belo has launched an astonishing rant berating the reality TV show, its spin-off shows, as well as its current hosts Emma Willis and Rylan Clark-Neal.

Brian’s known for his outspoken demeanour since winning the 2007 series, and has raised eyebrows with a string of tweeted opinions since the beginning of the week.

Voicing his concerns to his 133,000 follows, Brian, 30, appeared less than pleased about the current decline of the show since moving from Channel 4 to Channel 5.

People initially thought he’d been hacked, after being such an avid support for all things BB over the past decade.

But it appears this wasn’t the case, when he ranted (at length) about the state of the show. He began tweeting comments blasting the UK series with opinions such as how to ‘fix’ BB and why it’s in such a decline.

And, like a lot of us, he loudly reminisced over the show’s original presenter Davina McCall, saying there’s ‘only one Davina!’


Brian seemed to get particularly upset when it was announced that Rylan was rumoured to be taking over the Big Brother’s Little Brother mantle, after being the host of Bit On The Side that have followed the nightly episodes. It’s claimed that it will be cleaner and less naughty alternative show, which really annoyed Brian.

And he really couldn’t let it go, taking a swipe at Rylan. His Twitter tirade picked up steam when he mentioned the show’s presenters and how pointless it was bringing Big Brother’s Little Brother back because the ‘new breed’ of presenters ‘can’t present’.

People, including fan accounts, tweeted the star asking if he was okay.


But he later reassured people he did not get hacked, contrary to some believing he had, after countless tweets blasting the brand and its UK setup.

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