Big Brother 2017's 'secret' second house has been revealed, and it's looking completely different.
Last year saw show bosses make the biggest changes to Big Brother's house in more than a decade with a huge extension.
The entire second house has a kitchen, beds, living area and garden - but has yet to really be put to use this year.
Last summer series saw the house become home to 'the others' but so far this year we've only seen the garden used to host a piñata competition.
Up until now, that is.
The house next door has been transformed into a forest which will be home to a brand new nominations twist.
This week the usual nominations in the Diary Room have been dropped and instead, housemates will take on 'The Hunt' in the second house as they compete to avoid the axe.
Over the next few days the housemates will take part in a series of games and the losers of the games will face possible eviction.
The nominations twist will lead to a double eviction twist that will see two housemates out by the end of Friday night's show.
It was revealed yesterday that one shock eviction will happen via the backdoor in the house on THURSDAY, with the result to be revealed in Friday night's show alongside a second, live eviction which will see Emma enter the house. Both evicted housemates will then be interviewed live by Emma.
The revamped second house follows complaints from fans who had branded Big Brother's house extension a "glorified task room" over its lack of use.
"What's going on with the second house haven't seen it in ages #bbuk" one viewer asked.
Big Brother fansite BBSpy quipped: "Think of the amount of money C5/Endemol spent on a second house so housemates could hit a piñata in a different garden #BBUK"
And another lamented: "Ah the second house, shame that isn't getting much use #bbuk"
Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.