Big Brother made its spectacular return to our screens in 2020 and not even a global pandemic could stop it.
The new-look show on Channel Seven introduced us to some memorable characters (who could forget Angela with her tea).
But what about the golden oldies from the first few seasons?
Skye Wheatley: Season 11. Instagram and YouTube star
The social media influencer has over 600,000 Instagram followers and is also the co-owner of Presets by Skye and Freja – a company that creates customised filters for social media.
In 2017, she began dating Lachy Waugh, who she met on Tinder, and fell pregnant with their son Forest just eight months later. Their second child is due in April 2021.
Chrissie Swan: Season 3. Media personality
The loveable star came in second to fish and chip shop owner Regina Bird during her season of the reality show.
Since then, Chrissie has made a name for herself in the world of radio hosting shows on Hot 91.1, Nova FM and Vega 91.5, before eventually landing The Circle on Ten.
In 2011, she became co-host of the 3PM Pick Up on Mix 101.1 and over the years has appeared on our TV screens in Can of Worms, I’m a Celeb, The Great Australian Spelling Bee and Long Lost Family.
In 2016, she started hosting Nova 100’s Chrissie, Sam and Browny Show and is still hosting the show today.
Chrissie and her partner Chris ‘Chippy’ Saville share sons Kit and Leo and daughter Peggy.
Ryan “Fitzy” Fitzgerald: Season 4. Radio star
Since appearing on the show, Fitzy went on to work on Nova 91.9 in Adelaide while also making semi-regular appearances on Before The Game (AFL). In 2010 he and co-host Michael “Wippa” Wipfley began presenting Nova’s Sydney breakfast show Fitzy and Wippa, where he remains to this day.
The AFL player has been married to wife Belinda Jay “BJ” Fitzgerald since 2008 and the pair share sons Hewston and Lennox.
Tully Smyth: Season 10. Instagram star and podaster
She made headlines in 2013 when she had an affair with co-star Drew Anthony while Tully was in a relationship with girlfriend Tahlia Farrant.
These days Melbourne-based Tully is one of Australia’s most successful Instagram influencers and is also the brains behind her own podcast Too Much Tully.
She even invited her ex Drew on the podcast to discuss their time on Big Brother, their relationship and why it fell apart plus why they’re still friends.
Tim Dormer: Season 10. Podcast host.
Fan-favourite, Tim went on to win season 10 of Big Brother in 2013.
Since then he went on to star on the Canadian frachise’s fourth season and found success with his Life After Reality TV podcast, interviewing other popular reality stars such as The Bachelor’s Matty Johnson and Laura Byrne, Big Brother’s Mike Goldman and MasterChef’s Hayden Quinn.
Now, Tim has stepped back from the spotlight and is working in disability care.
Constance Hall: Season 5. Mummy blogger
Household name, Constance was a 21-year-old apprentice hairdresser when she entered the show. However, despite her bubbly personality she only lasted 10 days inside the house.
The social media star has since gone on to make a name for herself writing about family life and the realities of being a mum-of-five.
She’s also written two books, Like A Queen and Still A Queen, and appeared on Dancing with the Stars in 2019.
Blair McDonough: Season 1. Actor.
He may not have won the show – he was beaten by winner Ben Williams – but Blair has gone on to have a hugely successful acting career, starring in everything from Neighbours to Home And Away and Winners & Losers.
Blair and wife Kristin who he married in 2013 share two children – Leni and Van.