Big Brother Australia 2017 Auditions Details

Big Brother Australia 2017 is a reality TV show where generally 14 or more contestants have to live in an isolated house for several months. The Big Brother is the leader of the house.

In the series of 11 season the show has faced lots of cancellation and renewal. The first series was started from 2001 and continued for 8 season when it was cancelled in 2008. In 2012, the Big Brother was again renewed and continued for 11 season when it was cancelled again.

Big Brother Australia 2017 Auditions

Will There Be Big Brother Australia 2017?

Big Brother last season was hosted in 2014. After that there has been lots of rumours Big Brother might return again on Australian TV with new season.

On August 8, 2015, Nine confirmed that the Big Brother house had been dismantled, and that they had formally ‘rested’ the format. This does not mean that the show may not return in future years, though, as Nine have rights until 2016. Then a few days later, Dreamworld had confirmed that the house had not been dismantled. Further, it was reported that Nine was “in talks” with Endemol Shine for Big Brother to air in late 2016.

A poll for the new season of Big Brother was added on the official website. In December 2015 Nine added a poll on the official Big Brother website asking visitors “Would you like to see Big Brother return to Channel 9?”.

After this no news or reports whether Big Brother returns once again or not. So there is a very much chance the Big Brother might return with new season in 2017. But this is just a rumors and we have to wait until it is officially announced.

Big Brother 2017 Auditions Details:

As the Big Brother 2017 is not officially announced for Australia, so no audition details for the show. We will update if Big Brother 2017 is returning with new season in Australia. Hope for the best!!!

Big Brother Auditions Requirements:

Based on previous season Big Brother Australia participants requirements:

  • Minimum age limit of 18 years on the actual date audition
  • Permanent citizenship of Australia.
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