Big brother 2013 will have less focus on wannabes and more emphasis on becoming a social experiment once again.
Apparently, at least.
Big brother producers are reportedly planning to go back to basics with the latest series when it launches in the summer
It will be the fourteenth series on the reality show to air in there UK and It is long overdue a revamp.
A source said: “The show needs to change and that’s what we’re doing.
“We want to get back to the essence of what made it must-see telly.
“We’ve got some interesting people signed up this year — including some older folk."
Speaking to The Sun this week, the supposed insider added: “We don’t just want a bunch of fame-hungry youngsters who only want to show off.”
Changes already made to this year's series include promoting Emma Willis to the main show, replacing Brian Dowling.
Big Brother 2013 will air on Channel 5 in June.