Sonia Kruger tells of ‘explosive’ moments on all new Big Brother Australia

The year 2023 marks the sexiest season yet for the Big Brother house!

Ahead of its highly anticipated release Monday night, host Sonia Kruger has spilled all the gossip and what fans can expect from this brand-new format.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Sonia Kruger lifts the lid on the ‘sexiest season ever’.

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Gone is all the strategic alliance building and in its place is … well strategy, but strategy of a different kind: How to start a relationship with one of the other “sexy singles”.

Having a front-row seat to all the spicy action is Sonia, who, unlike the last few years when she was watching on a monitor, is now back in the house for all evictions and formalities.

“Previously I’d do it through a screen and it was really hard for me because I couldn’t see the whole eviction room all the time and I felt I was missing a few bits and pieces, you know, people whispering, eye-rolling stuff going on,” she tells 7Entertainment.

Big Brother host Sonia Kruger. Credit: Nigel Wright/Seven

Sonia is in the “strange” position of immersing herself in the house during evictions, but then stepping away from the set and returning home to her regular life after filming.

“But sometimes I think, ‘What would it be like to have to sleep here and to wake up here?’ Because I haven’t done that,” she says.

Being a housemate appears off the cards for the Gold Logie winner, who jokes that the “bathroom situation would do my head in”.

This format this year is a mash-up of the Big Brother format we know and love, with a focus on dating and forming relationships in the house.

Scenes from Big Brother 2023. Credit: Supplied

Sonia shares that while some housemates fall in love quickly, others “fall out of love,” which is interesting to watch when everyone lives in such close proximity throughout the game.

In 2023 it seems there is more demand than ever to watch people fall in love on TV, with an array of dating shows vying for eyeballs.

“What makes Big Brother different is that only one person can win Big Brother so at some point a housemate must know that you are going to have to betray the person that you are possibly having a relationship with,” Sonia says.

This season will include a heap of new surprises, including a King and Queen Suite, where two lovebirds can get up close and personal and away from the rest of the housemates.

That means the return of the iconic Big Brother Uncut, showcasing the juiciest, sexiest and funniest unseen moments of the week that were too hot for prime-time TV.

Sonia Kruger in Big Brother’s new diary room. Credit: Nigel Wright /Seven

“There’s extra content there that you know it’s a little bit more mature in its nature and people who love the show can watch it Monday through Thursday and then stay on board and watch Big Brother Uncut on Thursday nights at 8.30pm,” Sonia says.

As part of the new format, all 15 contestants are “sexy singles” and looking for love.

“On that first day of filming when everyone arrived, there was a lot more energy and everyone was super pumped — and it was raining!” Sonia says.

“I remember thinking, ‘We’re all going to look terrible at the end of this,’ and one of us did; that was me,” she laughs.

“They just looked hot!

Big Brother contestant Minne enters the house. Credit: Nigel Wright/Seven

“It’s like a big party for them initially when they get into the house.”

Fans can expect some “outrageous moments” to be in-store as “emotions run high”.

“There are some explosive moments and some really tense moments with some of the housemates,” she teases.

“A little bit of jealousy, potentially a little bit of insecurity.”

Without further ado, let’s meet the Big Brother class of 2023.

AnnaSophia

30, NSW, Luxury Fashion Manager

AnnaSophia. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

A self-proclaimed “devil in disguise”, AnnaSophia is a good liar who intends to charm her way through the game and out of any sticky situations.

Annelise

24, QLD, Pilates Instructor/Dancer

Annelise. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Annelise describes herself as “the friend you send up to the bouncer to get you in the front of the queue” and is wary of falling hard in the BB House, so she’s planning on playing hard to get.

Dion

26, VIC, Lighting Designer

Dion. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Dion is a charismatic, proud Fijian Indian who lives life to the fullest and sees the Big Brother House as the perfect singles playground (he’s a sucker for a beautiful brunette).

Graciemae

24, NSW, Personal Assistant

Graciemae. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Describing herself as the mum from Meet the Fockers, Graciemae believes she may be a witch, practising as a psychic but also one to enjoy a flirt with the local baristas as part of her morning routine.

Jake

25, VIC, Carpenter

Jake. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Jake will openly flirt his way around the House, will rarely wear a shirt, all while playing into his goofy side, saying “you’ll get a lot of blonde moments out of me”.

Josh

28, NSW, Traction Linesman

Josh. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

A football and fitness fanatic, Josh loves a woman with confidence — and tired of being single, he’s ready and willing to find a girlfriend inside the Big Brother House.

Lewis

26, VIC, Carpenter

Lewis. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Lewis is a charismatic guy who likes to challenge heterosexual male norms — while he’s a tradie and a footballer, he’s not afraid to paint his nails and play Harry Styles on repeat.

Quan

33, VIC, Policy Manager

Quan. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Quan has ended up in trouble in the past for being judgmental and not caring what anyone thinks about her, saying she has a bit of a “bogan side”.

Louis

24, VIC, Social Media Manager

Louis. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

A real-life Prince Charming, Louis is an emotionally intelligent, kind-hearted AFL player and model who isn’t afraid to show a little bit of vulnerability.

Luke

33, NSW, Tradesman

Luke. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Sensitive, cheeky prankster Luke is a real Aussie bloke’s bloke who will find it easy to get along with everyone and likes to mentor others and build relationships.

Minee

22, WA, Model

Minee. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Minee is bubbly and ambitious and can have a conversation with almost anyone. She admits she has no filter — and often surprises others (and herself) with how outspoken she can be.

Taylah

27, VIC, Sheep farmer

Taylah. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

A self-proclaimed “bogan princess”, Taylah is ready to take on anything thrown her way. Not one to shy away from good gossip, the single mum-of-one has a loud and chaotic energy and is ready to play the game.

Tay and Ari

Tay: 23, QLD, Social Media Influencer

Ari: 20, QLD, Social Media Influencer

Tay, left, and Ari, right. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Tay is career-driven and fashion-conscious, a glam pocket rocket with a large social media following. Younger sister Ari is the “wild child” of the family, confident and able to get along with everyone.

Zach

22, VIC, House Painter

Zach. Credit: Nigel Wright/Supplied

Country boy Zach is a loveable Aussie larrikin who has been going through a “dry spell” due to the limited population in country Victoria. He loves chasing the girls, has a mischievous side and a self-deprecating sense of humour.

Big Brother Australia premieres 7.30pm Monday, 6 November on Channel 7 and 7plus.

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