Former Big Brother winner Reggie Sorensen, 45, could be back on the show that made her famous if the rumours are to be believed.
"With Sonia [Kruger] and Gretel [Killeen] both strong options for the main hosting gig, there's talk that Reggie could be brought in for a smaller assisting role," our source tells.
"Everyone loves Reggie! The bosses think bringing someone like her into the mix with the host could be a winner, so the familiarity and the success of previous years is not lost. And everyone knows Reggie would jump at the chance."
It comes after an industry insider told Now To Love last month that live voting, which was an integral feature in earlier incarnations of the show, will be gone in the new series.
Instead, in the format that was floated to several networks before being picked up by Channel Seven, housemates will vote each other out themselves, "Survivor-style", according to the source.
Appearing on KIIS FM's Kyle & Jackie O show, Rob said the famous Big Brother house at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast may not feature this time around.
"It doesn't look like they're going to build an actual house this year, it will be a house within a studio to keep costs down," Rob said, adding that the show will likely film inside a Melbourne studio.
Production company Endemol Shine has already opened casting applications, with would-be housemates able to apply here.
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At Channel Seven's Upfronts in October, Big Brother: Revolution was officially confirmed to be on the 2020 line-up.
Also coming to Seven next year is a new cooking show called Plate of Origin which will feature former MasterChef judges Matt Preston and Gary Mehigan and My Kitchen Rules' Manu Feildel.
My Kitchen Rules will also return as will House Rules, which is now fronted by Jamie Durie after Joh Grigg's resignation.
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Australian Women's WeeklyJan 23, 2020