Last night was a sad night for Emma Willis and Big Brother fans as it was the last ever final of the show.
Emma cried and weep throughout the show and her voice kept on breaking while she spoke before breaking down alongside Big Brother Bit On The Side presenter Rylan Clark-Neal.
Emma was snapped drying her eyes during the add break as she just couldn’t believe that her beloved Big Brother was over.
Cameron Cole was voted the series winner and at the end of the show Emma said:
‘Thank you to the 300 plus production team that work tirelessly behind the scenes to bring you our very special show.
‘To Davina [McCall], Marcus, and Brian, who have paved the way as hosts. To all of the ‘Big Brother’ housemates that have taken part over the last 18 years, and to all of you at home.
‘Whether you’ve been here for the long haul, or you’ve recently climbed on board, with you, we would never have lasted 18 years.
‘But most of all, thank you to Big Brother for being the best big brother to me. Like any sibling he has made me laugh uncontrollably, scream in frustration, and weep with sadness and joy.
‘I will love you always, but it’s time now for this house to hopefully find a new home. Thank you so much for watching.’
We have to say it was such an emotinal show and we so hope that another channel takes it over.
They looked like they were having so much fun.
Rylan Clark-Neal decided to kick a cake into the face of Amanda Holden while she was doing the splits on This Morning.
Amanda decided to do a handstand and try and eat the cake while she was upside down but the cake was too far away from her as she asked Rylan to kick the cake to her but he pushed it too much and it went and hit her in the face.
It was after Amanda and Rylan where talking to Britain’s Got Talent contestant Sarah Llewellyn who eats cake while opera singing when Holden decided to show off her talents.
She’s so funny.
With Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on holiday Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes have been standing in and presenting This Morning all week but on Friday’s show there is going to two different faces hosting the show.
Rylan Clark-Neal and Amanda Holden are going to be taking over the show on Friday as this is a first for the ITV morning show as these two have never presented This Morning together before.
We are so looking forward to what the pair have install for tomorrow’s show.
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It’s just been announced on This Morning that Rylan Clark-Neal will return to the ITV show and host for a week alongside Emma Willis.
The pair will host This Morning all next week while Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby are on a two week break.
The pair who both host Big Brother will be in charge as this comes after Rylan announced that he is taking a break from the show back in December last year.
Holly and Phillip also confirmed on Tuesday’s show that Rylan is back.
It was in December when Rylan Clark-Neal announced that he was going to take a break from This Morning but now he’s going to be returning for their This Morning Live Event.
Rylan who use to present his own Showbiz segment on the show a couple of times a week will appear at the event being held at Birmingham’s NEC in May.
Breaking the news on Twitter Rylan shared:
Guess who’s back. See you at @ @ . See you there # x
This Morning Live is a lifestyle and home show what all the presenters and experts from the show attend and this will be the second time the ITV show have hit the road as they did last year and it was hugely popular.
With rumors flying around saying that Channel 5 are about to get rid of Celebrity Big Brother and Big Brother presenter Rylan Clark-Neal has been talking to The Sun about these rumors.
Rylan has said that he would be ‘utterly devastated’ if the show was to end and not to be on our screens anymore.
“If it didn’t come back I would be utterly devastated.
“I can’t imagine TV without Big Brother.
“When C4 got rid of it I rang the helpline in Heat magazine. I was that devastated.
“Not many reality shows can say they’ve been on air for 18 years.
“I’d love to see it make 20 years — of course I would.
“I think it’s time to make Big Brother what it was.
“I’ve always had one million per cent faith in the format and that it can be the greatest show on telly.”
We really hope that the show doesn’t go it would be greatly missed.