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Big Brother2017

Big Brother 2017 centres around the “culture clash of modern Britain” with the theme The United Kingdom of Big Brother… and everyone is welcome – so as you can imagine, different cultural backgrounds have been thrown together in the famous Elstree house.

When BB bosses revealed the theme and the new eye, they promised fans a very British summer of contrasts, conflicts and collaboration... and they haven't disappointed. As well as the usual single housemates, couple have gone in this year, including a husband and wife, sisters, mother and daughter and an employer and employee.

In an extra series twist, Big Brother had its own election where the public could vote in a 'People's Housemate' who has contact with the outside world. 

So it's fair to say that we can expect the series to kick off a little bit.

Check back for more news and bookmakers' odds when we get them.

In the beginning...

The first series of Big Brother is referred to as the birthplace of reality TV back in 2000. The show has been the launchpad for the subsequent raft of shows that the UK viewing public has become used to.

Although Big Brother moved from its home on Channel 4 to Channel 5 in 2011 as audiences began to dwindle, it is still a firm fixture in the reality TV calendar. All Big Brother enthusiasts are as obsessed as ever about who will win each series – and this site is an invaluable tool in pursuing that endeavour.  

If you fancy backing your instinct with a punt, there are not only the latest Big Brother odds from all the leading bookmakers but a guide to all the free bets on offer. 

All the leading bookmakers offer markets on Big Brother. The outright winner is a favourite, but the nomination process  allows for weekly eviction betting. Since the main series runs for three months there are often markets to bet on the best placed male or female, known as 'gender betting', to play with as well.

As with any reality TV betting, it is always useful to be as well informed as possible by studying the winning form of past contestants as picking a winner early in the proceedings will generally bring longer odds and greater value. 

Big Brother 2017 odds

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Big Brother 2017

Winner odds
Ellie Young
Chanelle Mcleary
Charlotte Keys
Sukhvinder Javeed
Deborah Agboola
Rebecca Jane
Hannah Agboola
Kayleigh Morris