Big Brother transformations – the stars look totally different now after finding fame on the show | The Sun
OVER the past three weeks, Big Brother fans have been enjoying ITV2's highly-anticipated reboot after five years off the airwaves.
Viewers have been reminded of the show's most iconic features – including the infamous Diary Room which has been graced by the likes of Kate Lawler, Pete Bennett, and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace.
But a lot has changed over the past two decades, including the Big Brother stars themselves – and here we take a look at some of the biggest housemate transformations.
Glyn entered the Big Brother 7 house in 2006 at the tender age of 18.
Fans watched him come of age in the series, including the infamous moment where he boiled an egg "for the very first time".
The Welsh finalist has had perhaps one of the biggest transformations over the years, and now has online followers swooning with his hunky photos.
Jason famously entered the 2004 house in just a pair of tiny leopard print Speedos and a bow tie.
The Scotsman has since ditched his blonde locks for a bald 'do – and is notably much more conservative with his wardrobe choices.
Former bodybuilder Lisa joined Big Brother 9 with then-partner Mario.
She is now famed for stripping off and flaunting her assets in sultry social media posts.
Our favourite no-nonsense housemate from Big Brother 7, where she won legions of fans by standing up to other contestants with iconic phrases like: "You better know yourself, little girl".
Aisleyne's career has gone from strength to strength since finding fame, and she has overhauled her image completely – ditching the bright blue eyeshadow in the process.
Clean freak Alex appeared in the 2002 series of Big Brother alongside icons such as Jade Goody, Alison Hammond, and Kate Lawler.
The popular housemate now embraces a less clean-cut look, letting his locks and stubble roam free.
It's hard to believe that Adele's glittering TV and radio career started with a stint in the Big Brother house back in 2002.
Last year, she appeared on I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in a second dabble with reality TV.
Lovable firefighter Jonny is yet another Big Brother 3 alumni.
While he hasn't enjoyed the same level of showbiz career as his former housemates, he has transformed his image over the years.
Makosi was one of Big Brother 6's stand-out stars, with her and Anthony Hutton's hot tub romp one of the steamiest in Big Brother history.
She now enjoys a huge TV career in Dubai, where she has her own daytime show, Makosi Today.
Makosi's hot tub partner Anthony has barely aged a day since winning the 2005 series.
However, he has ditched the designer stubble for a full-grown beard, and longer locks.
Big Brother fans loved Josie so much that she won the 2010 series of the show – the last ever to air on Channel 4.
And the Bristolian beauty has remained a TV darling, enjoying lucrative gigs with ITV.
Thankfully, she made the wise choice to leave the headwear firmly in 2010.
Brian won both the second ever series of Big Brother AND Ultimate Big Brother in 2010 – eight years later.
The star's unwavering success saw him follow in Davina McCall's footsteps and briefly present the series when it made the move to Channel 5, before he was replaced with Emma Willis.
In a series full of legendary Big Brother contestants, Kate was the one to take home the crown – becoming the show's first female winner in 2002.
She surprised viewers when she entered the famous house in a casual football T-Shirt, and fans loved her girl-next-door attitude throughout.
Kate is still enjoying a successful career in the 'biz, hosting her own radio shows.
Pete won Big Brother 7 in 2006, and fans were obsessed with his quirky style.
The lovable star is almost unrecognisable 14 years later, with a much more muted style and trendy stubble.
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