BIG Brother 14 had a shiny new eco-inspired, Emma Willis-fronted makeover.
The presenter took over from Brian Dowling, while Big Brother’s Bit on the Side was hosted by Emma, Rylan Clark and AJ Odudu, who replaced Jamie East and Alice Levine.
It ran from 13 June to 19 August 2013 and, unlike the past two series, viewers voted to evict rather than save contestants.
There was ‘The People's Puppet’ aka professional actor Michael Dylan, a fake double eviction, a move into a secret safe house and a prize fund porky pie.
An expelled contestant, the first ever twins competing as a single housemate and a mother and daughter duo helped it become the most watched Channel 5 series of Big Brother UK.
Self-proclaimed ‘ladies’ man’ Callum Knell from Maidstone was evicted from Big Brother 14 in week 7.
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The children’s football coach went onto climb the teaching ladder, became a primary school teacher in 2014 and now stays off social media.
The former lifeguard previously celebrated his career victory with followers: “It's been hard work & many long days – but I got a job as a primary teacher today! #dreamjob #sayingnomore #unbelievablefeeling #proud.”
Former receptionist Charlie Travers appeared on the show with her mum, Jackie, and came in 5th place. Post BB fame, she got together with Dexter Koh but they split after a few months.
Since then, she crossed the pond and moved to LA to become a TV presenter.
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Charlie appeared on E! show Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry from 2016-2019 as his assistant, created YouTube women’s vlog talk show, Dream Catchers, and has her own podcast.
Professional boxer Daley Ojuederie from Watford was kicked out of Big Brother house over ‘aggressive behaviour’ towards Hazel in Week 4, who he later blamed for ‘ruining his life’.
Boxer Daley was set to put boxing glove to paper and pen a book about his BB experience and life outside the house with pals Tulisa and the NDubz crew, but returned to boxing in 2014 and now works at Trenches Boxing as a personal trainer.
Former police officer and week 6 evictee, Dan Neal, met Big Brother presenter Rylan Clark after appearing on Big Brother’s Bit on the Side.
The East Londoner and the Essex star married in November 2015 in front of guests including Katie Price and bridesmaid Hazel O'Sullivan, and were together for six years.
Since the pair divorced, Rylan has spoken candidly about the traumatic breakup and Dan has kept out of the limelight.
The duo made history and became the first gay couple to guest host This Morning in July 2016, filling in for Ruth and Eamonn.
Liverpudlian Dexter Koh came in 2nd place in the Big Brother 14 final. After his reality TV success, Dexter briefly dated Charlie.
He’s thought to have become homeless after losing his job soon following his BB appearance, and went on to manage a lap dancing club.
He later met, married and had a son with a former fan.
Dexter now lives in London and describes himself as a ‘husband/actor/dad/sales trainer and tech geek’ for business Drift Funnels.
“I get people leads and sales using sales funnels and help parents with family law issues,” his social media states.
Formerly dubbed ’The most spoiled girl in Britain’, Géorgina, aka Gina Rio came 3rd in the Big Brother 14 final. She is now a humanitarian, designer and vlogger, known for featuring on the Channel 5 series Inside: The Savoy, where she resided for 6 months, thanks to daddy’s big bank account.
After BB, she wrote a column for Closer magazine, split with rapper boyfriend EckSell and had Twitter beef with Holly Hagan and various Geordie Shore-ers.
Now, the socialite says: “Philanthropy work has been the highlight of my life, growing up I spent a lot of time with my mother travelling the world learning about different cultures and meeting great new people.
My mother and I have worked with many humanitarian organisations. I enjoy making clothes for children whilst also teaching them the art of fashion.”
Glamour model Hazel O’Sullivan lasted until week 8 in the Big Brother house. She’s now a WAG and got her own big house with Luton Town footballer Andros Townsend.
The Irish model moved to London after splitting with rugby player ex Fergus McFadden, then met Townsend while working at The O2 Arena as a darts walk-on girl.
She’s a mum to to Aria and Andros Jnr.
“Your early 20s are just wild and when I think back now I’m like, wow, I’m structured, I’ve a family, I've kids, responsibilities,” she said previously.
Jack and Joe Glenny
Double trouble identical twins Jack and Joe Glenny made it to the final together as a single housemate and came in 4th place.
The dynamic duo have their own weekly podcast, BigBrothersbrothers, and can be found commenting on BB on the platform-formerly-known-as-Twitter.
The ex supermarket checkout assistants from Hertfordshire, who described themselves as ‘funny, friendly and fat’, ran the London Marathon in 2019 and raised £6,000 in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, but had to fight off abuse from 'race officials' who hurled names at them.
The Spurs fans tell followers in their X bio to ‘be yourself, you're brilliant’.
Jackie made Big Brother history by entering the house as one-half of the show's first ever mother-daughter pair. And broke her wrist in the process.
East Hertfordshire reality star Jackie was the 5th person to leave the Big Brother house and after her stint on the TV, she returned to work as a dance instructor, property developer and railway tour manager.
Jackie describes herself on her Twitter/X bio as a song writer/presenter/dancer/TV/film/dance instructor and singer.
She is signed with Uniq Records and you can stream her single St Tropez on Spotify.
Evictee number two, Jemima Slade, describes herself as a ‘mummy, runner, actress and PetTheft Awareness ambassador’.
The former founder of matchmaking website, Golddiggers (which did what it said on the tin) has since had small acting roles in movies and took part in a charity boxing match Celeb Fest in 2017.
The former hairdresser’s chihuahua, Jakey, was stolen in 2014 and she has campaigned with animal charities to raise awareness for stolen pooches ever since.
Merseyside model and DJ Sallie Axl was the first to be booted out of the house in week 1.
After her short stint in the reality TV house, Sallie – real name Sally Pryzbeck – became renown for ‘botched’ cosmetic procedures, including breast augmentations and nose jobs, plus Twitter rows with Nicola McClean and ex BB Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace.
In March 2015, she was devastated by the loss of her unborn baby, but welcomed daughter Savannah-Blu who she travelled the world with, calling it ‘her greatest achievement’.
She was previously taken to court for being overpaid £12,000 in housing benefits and completed 200 hours of unpaid work. A bit like being on Big Brother again.
Welsh winner Sam Evans was the Big Brother 14 winner and won £100,000 cash. After Big Brother, Sam – who was born with 70-80% hearing loss – launched a dating website for deaf people.
The former Debenhams shop assistant from Carmarthenshire previously appeared on Deal or No Deal in 2012 and won £7,000 and a holiday before going on to win BB 2013.
It’s thought he gave 25 per cent of his winnings to charity and 25 per cent to family and friends.
He has since taken part in lots of fundraising events including a charity football match, visiting Malawi with charity Sound Seekers, plus TV work including teaching celebrities the Welsh language.
Self confessed “gypsy gangster” Sophie Lawrence was a dental nurse from the East End before entering the reality TV prison.
Evicted in week 9, the black belt in karate and ‘daddy’s girl’ with a ‘bad temper’ went back to her pre-Big Brother dental day job and raised money and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis charities.
She has since laid a low profile on social media.
Bolton-born Shaman and qualified mackerel fisherwoman Wolfy (real name Ainsley) Millington was evicted from the Big Brother 14 house in week 4.
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She later accused Dan of bullying her whilst in the reality TV dwellings.
After her small screen debut, she planned to return to university to finish her digital media degree in Cornwall and was last known to be living with her long-term girlfriend.
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