The new and improved Big Brother house is ready and waiting for the new crop of housemates to move in.
After ITV2 released photos of the garden on Friday, fans have finally been given a look inside the house ahead of the launch on Sunday at 9pm.
The interior of the house features an open plan layout with the kitchen, dining area and seating area for the evictions all in one room.
The space is dominated by two large semi-circular sofas which are placed underneath a flat screen TV.
This will likely be where the housemates gather for the live evictions and house announcements from Big Brother.
Here it is: The new and improved Big Brother house is ready and waiting for the new crop of housemates to move in
Come on in: After ITV2 released photos of the garden on Friday, fans have finally been given a look inside the house ahead of the launch on Sunday at 9pm
Take a seat: The space is dominated by two large semi-circular sofas which are placed underneath a flat screen TV
In the centre of the room is a long, slender dining room with 16 chairs, seven on either side and one at each end.
The housemates will get plenty of natural light during their stay as a glass window on the roof looks down onto the living area.
To the right of the dining area is the kitchen, which features a sleek green countertop and matching cupboards.
There is a wooden island with a fuchsia counter top and five chairs were some of the housemates can sit to enjoy their breakfast.
While the Big Brother house has nearly always been a bungalow, this year’s house features an upstairs area.
Directly above the kitchen is another living space with a beige couch and a brick wall covered in love hearts.
Housemates hoping to get some privacy up there are out of luck however as one wall is completely made of glass so anyone downstairs will be able to see who is there.
Discussing the bedroom, a source told MailOnline: ‘The bedroom features two double beds at the either side of the room, surrounded by pink mood lighting, so no doubt any budding couples will have a perfect love nest for their liaisons.
Let’s eat: In the centre of the room is a long, slender dining room with 16 chairs, seven on either side and one at each end
Not bad: Unlike previous Big Brother compounds, contestants will have plenty of room to stretch out and relax
Lovely: The housemates will get plenty of natural light during their stay as a glass window on the roof looks down onto the living area
Cooking up a storm: To the right of the dining area is the kitchen, which features a sleek green countertop and matching cupboards
Big Brother is watching: The show’s iconic eye logo is even printed on coffee mugs in the compound’s kitchen
All change: While the Big Brother house has nearly always been a bungalow, this year’s house features an upstairs area
Tasteful: Directly above the kitchen is another living space with a beige couch and a bare brick wall
Watch what you say: Housemates hoping to get some privacy up there are out of luck however as one wall is completely made of glass so anyone downstairs will be able to see who is there
‘There’s no privacy for any loud sleepers, with hairdryers included in the bedroom, meaning there could be some tired and irritated housemates.’
On the bathroom, they added: ‘Privacy seems to be a luxury in the house, with two glass showers, and a huge bathtub, so housemates won’t be able to escape Big Brother’s watching eye.’
Unlike previous years, this year’s house has put sustainability at the forefront, with an outdoor water tank collecting rainwater that will fill the jacuzzi.
In previous years, the smoking area has been a fixture of house chat and gossip, but this year, it will be kept away from the cameras, with just a microphone to pick up on any dramatic discussions.
This year’s house also features a cheeky nod to its reality TV rival Love Island, with the inclusion of an outdoor fireplace.
It was also revealed that 30,000 people applied to take part in the show, though bosses are tight-lipped on exactly how many housemates will move in on launch night.
Earlier this week, Big Brother bosses also revealed their new duty of care protocols.
Coming soon! Unlike previous years, this year’s house has put sustainability at the forefront, with an outdoor water tank collecting rainwater that will fill the jacuzzi
Inside: Viewers were taken on a tour of the garden during Friday’s Good Morning Britain, which included a nod to a Love Island staple with an outdoor fireplace
Who is moving in? While presenter Richard Arnold admitted he wasn’t allowed to show viewers inside the house, he did hint that there were several double beds for steamy liaisons and a ‘vast’ living area
Cosy! A replica of the legendary eye logo will act as an outdoor seating area
This year the Housemates must undergo a social media blackout, take part in ‘respect and inclusion training’ and will have access to one-on-one mental health support sessions before, during and after the show.
The respect and inclusion training will set out expectations around use of language and acceptable behaviour in the House.
Before filming all Housemates have undergone psychological and medical assessments including assessments by an independent doctor, mental health professionals and information reports from each Housemate’s GP.
Housemates were also required to disclose in confidence any medical history or other information that would be relevant to their participation in Big Brother.
In addition their family and friends will be asked not to post any content on their individual social accounts for the duration of their time in the House in a social media blackout.
ITV also said that the Housemates have received information about the experience of taking part in Big Brother including the possible positive and negative implications.
Not long now! Big Brother: The Launch will see a new cast of carefully selected housemates, from all walks of life, become the first people to take up residence in the brand-new house
Coming together! This year’s housemates will make their down the walkway and into the house this weekend, with the launch set to air on Sunday
The contestants also undergo a series of background checks including checks of their social media by an independent specialised service.
In terms of behaviour on the series, the show’s welfare team and other members of the editorial and production team received training in Mental Health First Aid and ‘respect and inclusion’.
ITV say the team have set out Big Brother’s expectation for appropriate behaviour and language.
Housemates are also provided with and talked through the Housemate rules which set out expectations and explain key aspects of life in the Big Brother House.
In addition, whilst in the House mental health professionals are available to Housemates for ongoing support throughout their time in the House.
The Big Brother welfare team also support friends and family with regular contact and updates.
Return: Big Brother bosses have also revealed they’ve introduced stringent new duty of care protocols, stepping up mental health support since the last instalment back in 2018
After leaving the Big Brother House bespoke training on dealing with social media and press will be given.
A mandatory session with mental health professional immediately after a Housemate leaves the House will also be provided.
After, further support sessions will be provided specific to a Housemate’s individual needs and support will remain in place until the mental health professional(s) have agreed an end date for each individual Housemate.
Ongoing contact by the head of welfare for a period of 14 months after the series has ended, with additional help provided where needed will also be on offer.
The series will see AJ and Will present together.
Speaking about her new role, AJ said: ‘I’m so excited to finally be able to say that, yes: I’m hosting Big Brother! I couldn’t be happier.’
She added: ‘Following in the footsteps of some of my favourite broadcasting legends to front such an iconic show is an absolute honour – and to do it alongside my amazing friend Will is the icing on the cake.’
Will explained: ‘I grew up with Big Brother so getting a chance to host it with my mate AJ is a dream come true. I can’t wait to tell some housemates not to swear.’