Former 'Big Brother's Little Brother' host Dermot O'Leary is going back to 'Big Brother' to discuss his favourite show moments from over the years with several former contestants.
Dermot O'Leary is going back to 'Big Brother'.
The TV host - who presented spin-off show 'Big Brother's Little Brother' from 2001 until 2008 - is returning to Channel 4 for a special dinner with several former housemates.
Although Dermot never entered the compound as a contestant, he will tuck into a lavish feast and discuss his favourite 'Big Brother' memories with previous winners Pete Bennett, from series seven, and Craig Phillips - who shot to fame in the first series.
According to The Sun newspaper, Alex Sibley - who was known for his obsession with cleaning in the 2002 series - chef Rex Newmark from 2008 and 2005 winner Anthony Hutton are all set to join Dermot for the meal.
'Big Brother's Last Supper' will air on Friday September 10, shortly before the winner of the upcoming two-week 'Ultimate Big Brother' is crowned.
Geordie Anthony has also vowed to use the event to reveal what really happened between him and nurse Makosi Musambasi during a steamy night in the swimming pool. The day after the incident, the outspoken housemate raced to the Diary Room and asked for a pregnancy test, claiming they had had unprotected sex.
The final series of 'Big Brother' is due to end on Tuesday August 24, and will be followed immediately with an 18-day 'Ultimate Big Brother' series - which will see past celebrity and non-celebrity contestants battle it out.