It’s the reality TV show that captivated viewers for eleven seasons, before abruptly ending in 2014.
And an unconfirmed report claims Big Brother Australia is set to make an epic return to TV screens next year, but it appears to be an April Fool’s Day hoax.
On Sunday, TV Tonight claimed the former Today show host will follow the likes of Gretel Killeen and Sonia Kruger, who previously hosted the popular program.
April Fool’s Day hoax: An unconfirmed report claimed on Sunday that Big Brother Australia would make an epic return to TV screens next year. However it appears to be a hoax
The site also reported the ‘new Big Brother’ will replace I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Outta Here!, however this is not the case.
‘Big Brother is the grand-daddy of reality TV experiments,’ Lisa was quoted as saying.
‘Who can forget Sara-Marie’s bunny ears, Marty & Jess falling in love, or Merlin’s ‘Free the Refugee’ protest?
She added: ‘It is watercooler TV meets eviction confessions, and I’ve been practicing those famous words, ‘It’s time to go…. .”
Photoshop: Suspicion arose when eagle-eyed fans noticed that a supposed promo photo of Lisa posing against a Big Brother backdrop, had been doctored
Suspicion arose when eagle-eyed fans noticed that a supposed promo photo of Lisa posing against a Big Brother backdrop, had been doctored.
Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Channel Ten for comment.
Lisa is currently a co-host on Ten’s The Project, after leaving rival network Nine’s Today show last year following a gender pay dispute.
Cancelled? It was claimed that Big Brother would replace I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Outta Here!, however, the report is false. Pictured: show hosts Dr. Chris Brown and Julia Morris
‘I’ve always put my family first, Whenever I have made a move – either re-signing with a network or making the move to another – they are the ones who I consult first and last,’ she previously told TV Week.
‘But this latest move was a no-brainer, to be honest. I love The Project, as do my whole family. I really wanted to get back into more news and current affairs.’
She added: ‘It was a privilege to be part of the Today show team for more than a decade,’ she says. ‘I leave behind wonderful experiences and cherished friendships. But it was time to set myself some new challenges.’
New addition: Lisa is currently a co-host on Ten’s The Project, after leaving rival network Nine’s Today show last year following a gender pay dispute