THERE have been fourteen series of Big Brother, not counting the outrageous celeb editions, and the fifteenth is just days away. And while the guaranteed mind games, boozy spats and classic one-liners are always entertaining, it's the sizzling housemates that grab our attention on day one.
The reality TV game show Big Brother takes the Orwellian theme of mass government surveillance to an entertaining extreme. A group of random strangers arrive to a house where they will live together and cameras record everything they do and say.
You either love it or hate it. But there have been a host of sexy TV celebrities created by Big Brother.
Yes, the character schmooze and form alliances to try to outlast each other, but those alliances never last.