Big Brother narrator Marcus Bentley has hinted that the show may be moving to a different channel, following Channel 5's decision to axe it.
Taking to Twitter, he tweeted to say "It's so NOT the last time that I'll be saying Day One."
It’s so NOT the last time that I’ll be saying, ‘Day One’. #BBUK
— Marcus Bentley (@marcusBBbentley) 16 September 2018
This tweet follows rumours that Big Brother could be returning to our screens on ITV. According to The Sun, TV bosses there have reportedly entered the bidding war for the show.
The Sun Online exclusively revealed that the programme will continue, despite it being dropped.
Over the weekend, the final series of civilian Big Brother kicked off and one housemate was removed from the house following inappropriate tweets resurfacing.
Big Brother began on Channel 4 in July 2000, before moving to Channel 5 in 2011.
Last week, Channel 5 announced the news that this current series would be the last celebrity or civilian version of the show on the channel.
Bit on the Side host Rylan Clark-Neal said "It has been the biggest privilege being a housemate, a winner and a host on my favourite show on television."