Big Brother Housemates Finally Return to the House After Flash Flood

Abi Bray

Just recently, the Big Brother housemates found themselves having to all move out of the Big Brother house after a flash flood. However, now it seems that the housemates have been able to finally return.

All of the nine contestants in the Big Brother house were forced to leave and go to a nearby hotel just this week. This happened after a storm led to a severe flooding in certain parts of the house. The housemates had been in the middle of their weekly shopping task when they were informed that they would have to leave the house as a precautionary measure.

One spokesperson for Channel 4 said that the they can confirm that, after some flooding in the Big Brother house, all of the housemates had been evacuated as a precautionary measure. At one point it was thought that the flooding was so severe that the house would not be deemed safe for the housemates to return at all.

However, upon further investigation, it was discovered that certain sections of the house were perfectly fine and the housemates returned to temporary accommodation in the large task room. The housemates were sleeping on air mattresses while they waited for essential maintenance to be carried out in the rest of the house.

Davina McCall had to take to her Twitter account to reassure all fans that the flooding damage was not going to interfere with the show at all. She said that people would be amazed at what they can do. Do not worry, they will be able to sort all of this out. This is Big Brother, after all. Just shortly after this, she tweeted again saying that the housemates were all back in the house now; all is going to be fine.

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