Big Brother Australia is now accepting applications! Casting begins for next season of long-running reality series
Big Brother Australia is looking for outgoing, energetic individuals who don’t mind being isolated from the outside world for a few months.
Show producers have issued a public casting call for the 2023 season, inviting all single Housemates to come and play Big Brother’s game.
Production company Endemol Shine Australia will be auditioning thousands of hopeful candidates in the coming months to find a handful of people with the ‘it’ factor to make it on national television.
Big Brother producers have issued a public casting call (pictured) for the 2023 season, inviting ‘all single Housemates to come play Big Brother’s game’
The show posted details of the casting call on Instagram, which caught the attention of many followers.
Potential roommates get a taste of fame and the chance to win $250,000.
A number of former roommates used their stint on BBAU to launch their media careers, including Neighbors star Blair McDonough and radio personality Chrissie Swan.
BBAU 2003 winner Reggie Bird (pictured, left) made show history in July by becoming the only housemate to be crowned champion for the second time
In the online application form show producers say “thousands of potential housemates will sign up for Big Brother Australia.”
Applicants must be 18 years of age or older, and admissions are expected to take place over two months from October 2022.
The closing date for applications is September 10, 5:00 PM AEST.
Glamorous TV host Sonia Kruger (pictured) presents Big Brother
Big Brother Australia first aired on Channel Ten from 2001 – 2008 and then moved on to Nine from 2012 – 2014 and has been on Channel Seven since 2020.
2003 winner Reggie Bird, 48, made show history in July by becoming the only housemate to be crowned champion for the second time.
The former owner of a fish and chip shop was swarmed by family and friends shortly after the announcement, telling host Sonia Kruger, “I can’t believe it!”
Big Brother launched the media careers of several housemates, including radio personality Chrissie Swan (pictured)