Big Brother 2016 will bring some "game changing twists", host Emma Willis has teased.
The brand new series kicks off a week today with Emma hosting the live launch on Tuesday, June 7 on Channel 5 from 9PM.
And it's all change this year but just what can we expect from the brand new series?
"I think the producers have done a really good job at keeping the show fresh and keeping the format alive and vibrant over the years," says Emma. "It’s one of the longest running shows on TV and I couldn’t be more proud to be a part of it in this incarnation because it is pretty strong at the moment."
She revealed of the upcoming series this summer: "There are going to be some quite game changing twists and changes to the series this summer that we have never seen before...
"As a massive Big Brother fan that really makes me feel excited for what’s about to come."
Emma went on: "I think it’s really interesting to see how the housemates get affected by each new series. I think we’ve had some series where they’re deliberately made to feel really uncomfortable which brings about a certain type of series and some where it is really luxurious and that brings a different vibe and mood to the house.
"So it’s impossible to know what the new show will do but hopefully it is going to bring about my favourite mixture of what a great Big Brother is which is a little bit of conflict and a tonne of fun. It’s always nice to see a bit of romance in the house too isn’t it!"
On the new look Big Brother UK house, Emma teased: "I have also heard a bit of gossip that the house has been completely changed and it’s not just a redecoration job, so I cannot wait to get my hands on the keys and have a good snoop around!
Bit On The Side's Rylan Clark-Neal has also been speaking about the latest run and added: "This series, when I say this is like starting a brand new job, I genuinely mean it. It's like the first day at school. I want people to know that the game is changing this year. I love the show. I'm a fan more than a presenter."
He said of the brand new-look BBUK house: "The House is predominantly black and white, but as we know, nothing on Big Brother is ever black and white, and I think that's going to be the real theme throughout the series.
"I've seen the drawings and I've spoken to the designers and the House is looking amazing. It's probably going to be one of my favourite ever series, in terms of how it looks."
Meanwhile, Rylan suggested that Face To Face nominations can work better than Diary Room noms when it came to 'civilian' Big Brother.
"I love Diary Room nominations. That's the core concept of Big Brother, let's face it," he said. "And it changes as you go along, depending on what's happening between the Housemates. I know there are a lot of changes this year!
"I'd say that in civilian Big Brother, face to face nominations works quite well because people get put on the spot and they've not got the option to back out. We're not taking any s**t from the Housemates. It's Big Brother's way or the highway."
Big Brother 2016 airs from June 7 on Channel 5 at 9PM.