Big Brother 2017: Latest look at construction on the new house

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Big Brother 2017 is on its way and so is a brand new look house to go with it.

And here are some sneaky pictures sent to us of how construction is going.


However there's not really a whole lot to see with tarpaulin and wooden boards covering much of the the garden.

Outside at least, the overall layout remains the same as it has done for the past few years despite some major rebuilding work previously taking place.

A quick glance at the second house - which has more often than not simply been used for tasks - appears to show very few changes.


The state of construction does suggest we've probably got a good few more weeks to go yet until Big Brother launches.

Rumour has it that we should expect the doors to open to new housemates by the middle of June.


And while the house may still appear to be in need of much work, it's a lot different to what it was just a month ago.

Back in March, leaked pictures uploaded to Flickr showed how workers had stripped the house bare following the end of Celebrity Big Brother.

Everything from the bedroom to the pool had been pulled down as part of the major revamp.

Bit On the Side's Rylan Clark-Neal previously cryptically let slip of the new look house: “There is something in the house I have been wanting for years, and it’s in there!”

Discussing the major overhaul to the house, Rylan continued: “I was there not long ago and the house is SO different. When we did the second house last year, that was a massive change for us, but I’m totally just disregarding that for the moment because what we’ve done in the main house is absolutely unbelievable. It’s unreal.

House site boundary & acoustic wall

“I got lost looking at it, and I go into that house every single day, I walk around the camera runs and look at the housemates...


"But when I was looking at the plans, I couldn’t even work out why that was there or here."

Big Brother will launch on Channel 5 this summer.

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