Former 'Big Brother' winner Brian Dowling is set to take over the 'Save and Replace' task next Wednesday (07.07.10), when Channel 4's 'Five O'Clock Show' links up live to the compound.
Brian Dowling is set to take over the 'Big Brother' 'Save and Replace' task next week.
The former winner of the reality show will cause a stir on Wednesday (07.07.10), when the compound is linked up to Channel 4's 'Five O'Clock Show' live - which is being presented by Vernon Kay, with Brian as a special guest.
The former air hostess will instruct housemate's up for the weekly chop to complete a task for him - with the winner gaining immunity from next week's eviction.
After saving themselves, the triumphant competitor will have to nominate someone else to replace them on next Friday's (09.07.10) eviction.
There is expected to be even more added drama next week, as it has been reported that three new housemates will move into the compound.
Tonight (02.06.10) is also set to be an eventful evening, with Shabby, Sunshine or Caoimhe about to be voted out of the house.
According to the Daily Star newspaper, broadcaster Ben will have to go outside the compound and entertain the crowds after he failed his secret Tree of Temptation task earlier in the week.
The paper reports: "In a BB first, Ben will face live crowds tonight even though he is not being evicted. He will have to perform a stand-up routine on the steps of the house."