First two Best Shows Ever episodes confirmed ahead of launch

E4 have confirmed the first of the Best Shows Ever heading to E4 this weekend.

Big Brother has headed home for its 20th birthday, and E4 have revealed the first two episodes heading to the small screen during the 10-part series.

Episode 1, on Sunday 14th June, will throw us back right to the start of Big Brother with the reveal of Nick’s cheating scandal, the first big controversy to hit the series in 2000.

C4 said: “We go back to 2000, and during day 35 things reached boiling point in the house after Nick was caught plotting to get all housemates to vote against each other, culminating in a tense confrontation that involved the entire house – making it one of the most talked about Big Brother moments of all time”

During his time in the Big Brother House, Nick was caught trying to manipulate his fellow Housemates nominations during the process, which is against the rules of Big Brother. Nick was then ejected from the Big Brother House due to this.

Nick did however return to Big Brother in 2010 to compete in Ultimate Big Brother where he finished in fifth place.

Channel 4 have also confirmed that Nikki Grahame’s infamous “Who Is She?!” Diary Room rant will be featured. Nikki became notorious for her Diary Room rants, and this particular one will be repeated as part of the series.

Nikki’s iconic “Who Is She?!” rant in the Diary Room, Big Brother 2006

The episode follows Nikki being put up for eviction from the house with fellow housemate Grace, by Golden Housemate Susie, after she was randomly selected to enter the house.

Nikki later became one of the most popular Big Brother Housemates ever, appearing on Ultimate Big Brother in 2010 and finishing in second place, returning to the Big Brother House again in 2015 as a Timewarp Housemate for over two weeks, entering the Big Brother Canada House as a Houseguest during Season 4, leaving on Day 63 and finally making an appearance during the last series of Big Brother on Channel 5.

Channel 4 recently confirmed that former host Emma Willis and former Little Brother host, Dermot O’Leary, will be joining Davina McCall and Rylan Clark-Neal to celebrate all things Big Brother during the series.

It is expected that some iconic Big Brother Housemates will also be joining in with the fun and will take part in interviews. Big Brother: Best Shows Ever kicks off on Sunday at 9pm on E4, airing Sunday – Thursday for two weeks.

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