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Big Brother 2020 auditions

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James T

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All this talk of 7, 9 or 10 - why no possibility of big bro on ABC or SBS?
Too expensive a show to make, even with sponsors on SBS. The charters also wouldn't really allow for it unless it went on ABC Comedy or SBS VICELAND, it's just too big of a production to shove over to a Multichannel.
 
Well my guess is it won’t be the same crew as previous seasons on channel 9. Alex and most of the other ex-producers from BB are tied up in Fiji for the next 6 weeks working on Love Island. Then when they come back they will be getting ready for I’m a Celeb which won’t wrap until sometime mid March. Would love to know who they currently have going through applications!
 
Back to auditions why no casting call and only online apps?
I reckon it will be a similar process to the Survivor casting. They even have a lot of the same questions in the questionnaire that weren’t in the previous BB ones. So if it’s a similar process, probably a Skype call if they like your application, then followed by a meeting with producers and fellow applicants if you progress.
 

Tim

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I reckon it will be a similar process to the Survivor casting. They even have a lot of the same questions in the questionnaire that weren’t in the previous BB ones. So if it’s a similar process, probably a Skype call if they like your application, then followed by a meeting with producers and fellow applicants if you progress.

The Skype call footage can also be used on the show ala last season of BBUK.
 

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Cheaper is my guess, it's also easier to find your way around the famewhores when its all in one spot with an Instagram account attached
I think the main benefit is it's open to anyone, anywhere in Australia, who won't have to travel to a capital city unless/until they qualify right through to a shortlist. The final cast can then contain a greater mix from across the country and small towns.
 

Affable

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Well my guess is it won’t be the same crew as previous seasons on channel 9. Alex and most of the other ex-producers from BB are tied up in Fiji for the next 6 weeks working on Love Island. Then when they come back they will be getting ready for I’m a Celeb which won’t wrap until sometime mid March. Would love to know who they currently have going through applications!

Maybe one of the former Big Brother voices who is now a producer at Endemol may produce the show?
 
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