See all the ex-housemates and find out what they're up to today...
What’s happened to our favourite Big Brother contestants from 2000 – 2003? We’ve found out how life is treating the housemates these days.
The first ever winner of Big Brother was Craig back in 2000. He gave his prize money away but made a £5 million fortune as a DIY expert on shows such as 60 Minute Makeover.
After lying to his housemates and attempting to influence voting, Nick was famously kicked out of the house by producers and became one of the most notorious Big Brother contestants ever.
Branded Britain’s most hated man, post-BB he enjoyed considerable exposure and wrote bestseller How To Be A Right Bastard before becoming editor of Good Holiday magazine.
Other housemates have ended up in far-flung locations like Spain and Thailand.
Former flight attendant Brian won series 2 in 2001. The camp star now lives in south London and does TV and radio work and commercial voiceovers.
Loved-up contestants Helen and Paul dated after the show but split in 2005. Amma and Narinder both had brief showbiz careers while the likes of Bubble and Penny stay out of the limelight.
Some memorable Big Brother contestants emerged from series 3. Winner Kate’s now a popular DJ across the country. She’s even got herself a spot on Kerrang! radio.
The most famous though was Jade. The BB legend was one of the most successful housemates ever, with TV and book deals, perfumes and high-profile business ventures all to her name.
Sadly, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2008 and passed away on Mother’s Day 2009.
In 2003, Cameron won Big Brother and now works for the National Trust. Geeky Jon was also successful and got various TV work, including Sky1’s Brainiac.
Fellow contestants now do a wide range of jobs, from restauranteur Federico to counsellor Anoushka.