Rylan Clark-Neal has revealed what's left of the Big Brother house after the show's axe from TV.
Big Brother was last broadcast in 2018 on Channel 5 after first airing in 2000 on Channel 4.
And in a picture shared by Rylan from Elstree Studios reveals that the show's famous house is no more.
Posting a photograph of what is now just a concrete wasteland, Rylan wrote on Instagram: "2 years ago today we said goodbye to the house. Took a few mins this afternoon to remember.
"To some it could have been just a job but to me it changed my entire life. Went back to the “house” today to reminisce . We’ll be back one day. Miss you Big Bro xxx #bbuk"
Rylan recently revealed he was still hopeful Big Brother will return to screens one day.
And Rylan thinks the success of the celebration series proved there's still an audience for Big Brother.
“It went well, it went really well. It was trending on Twitter every night and everyone was talking about it," he told The Sun newspaper earlier in 2020.
Rylan went on: "I will always sit here and fight for it to come back. Do I think it needed some rest? No, I didn’t think it needed the rest.
“I just think it needed changing and I think two years off has made people want it even more. It’s the format that works and it’s the original reality show."
It was recently claimed that a Celebrity Big Brother revival was in the works to air in 2021 on E4.
However a spokesperson for Big Brother's production company insisted that currently no new series had been commissioned.
For now, you can catch up on Big Brother's recent special series on Channel 4 here.