BigBruv's Big Brother 4 (known as Janelle and BigBruv's Big Brother 4, stylized as Big Brother: Back To Basics) will act as a special Christmas-based edition of BigBruv's Big Brother, being slated to air during the Christmas period. Other than a Christmas theme to the season, Big Brother 4 will act as a Back To Basics season with no big twists and all HouseGuests will be complete strangers.
The season will be the final season to air before the first All Stars edition of the series which will premiere in January 2013.
Auditions for BigBruv's Big Brother 4 began in late November. During the auditions process, it was revealed that Big Brother 3 HouseGuest Janelle would be joining BigBruv to host the season. The season is set to begin on December 15, 2012.
The Auditions process for Big Brother 4 differed from the last three seasons. Auditions closed early, and after each round of Auditions had taken place, hopefuls were eliminated from becoming a HouseGuest in the season. Out of the 70 that applied, 31 were asked to turn up at the premiere where 14 of them would be chosen to become HouseGuests.
Week 1 Edit
On the premiere, 14 complete strangers entered the Big Brother house. At the first Head of Household competition, "Hidden Agenda", HouseGuests were asked basic Big Brother USA Trivia. The first HouseGuest to answer the question correctly had to pick a number. The HouseGuest with that number was immediately eliminated from the competition. Upon winning the competition, and becoming the first Head of Household, Christian nominated both Cooper & Brittney for eviction, stating that he had not spoken to Cooper as much as everyone else, and Brittney was not present for the first competition, therefore believing she deserved to be nominated. At the Power of Veto competition "Big Brother Pinata", Leli received the most amount of candies closest to the number 20, with 19 candies in his Pinata, therefore he won the Golden Power of Veto, and chose not to use it on either Cooper or Brittney. At the eviction, Brittney was evicted by a landslide vote of 10-1.
Week 2 Edit
Victor B won the second Head of Household competition, "Minority Rules", a variation of the Big Brother competition Majority Rules. After the competition he nominated Cooper, for his second time in a row, and Victor V, stating they were both inactive. At the Power of Veto competition, HouseGuests had to untie knots in their rope to reach the end of the rope. Josh managed to reach the end of his rope first by answering basic Big Brother USA Trivia questions correctly. He ultimately decided not to use the Veto on either Cooper or Victor V leaving them both on the block and at the fate of their HouseGuests.
Voting history Edit
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Week 6||Week 7||Week 8||Week 9||Week 10|| Eviction|
|Day 11||Day 13||Day 22||Finale|
|Head of Household||Christian||Victor B||Jordan||Lachie||(none)|
|Victor B||Victor V||Nominated||Evicted|
10 of 11 votes
| Victor V|
6 of 11 votes
7 of 8 votes
| Victor B|
6 of 7 votes
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