Which ‘Big Brother’ Houseguests Have Died?
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Big Brother's live launch ended with two of the 12 housemates already facing eviction this week. Responsible for the launch of the golden age of reality TV, the Channel 5 series has a abundance of iconic characters that have emerged in its almost two-decade history. Powerful moment and perhaps the greatest of the Channel 5 era! Pictured is the current house ahead of tonight's final civilian series. We know, who'd have thought it?
The former contestant died on Dec. Suited and booted: Never one to shy away from a camera was Conservative 'vlogger' Cameron, who was a mere six months old when Big Brother first began in Over the years the star shared many of most special memories with OK!
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