Big Brother’s season finale and winner announcement WILL go ahead in front of a live audience at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion – despite the Covid outbreak
Big Brother Australia‘s highly anticipated live finale is set to go ahead, despite Sydney’s Covid outbreak.
Producers of the Seven reality show, hosted by Sonia Kruger, have been hard at work preparing for the end of the season, reports The Daily Telegraph.
The original plan was for all 26 contestants from across the country to jet to Sydney for the season finale at Hordern Pavilion.
It’s happening! Big Brother live grand finale, hosted by Sonia Kruger (pictured) will go ahead in front of an audience – despite Sydney’s Covid outbreak, according to a report by The Daily Telegraph on Friday
But with Sydney hanging on a knife’s edge due to the current Covid outbreak, the entire cast is unlikely to reunite.
Now, it seems there will be a smaller number of housemates in attendance, and they will appear on stage in front of a Covid-safe studio audience.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Seven for comment and clarification.
Who will win? Sarah Jane, Christina, Marley and Ari (pictured left toright) are the final four. They are in the running for the $250,000 cash prize after more than 60 days in the Big Brother house
Short-priced fave: Out of the final four, one contender is the clear favourite to win it all, according to multiple Australian betting sites – Marley Biyendolo
Marley Biyendolo, Sarah Jane Adams, Christina Podolyan and Ari Kimber make up Big Brother’s final four.
They are competing for the $250,000 cash prize, after spending more than 60 days in the Big Brother house.
But out of the final four, one contender is the clear favourite to win it all, according to multiple betting websites.
Do they know something? As of Thursday, both Sportsbet and TAB had 26-year-old basketball player Marley as the short-odds favourite to walk away with the show’s $250,000 prize
Following behind: Christina (left) lags behind the basketball player at $2.90. While Sarah Jane (right) is at $7
As of Thursday, both Sportsbet and TAB had 26-year-old basketball player Marley as the short-odds favourite to walk away with the cash prize.
Sportsbet had the Melburnian at $1.60 to be the last man standing in the house, with Christina lagging behind at $2.90.
Sarah Jane and Ari are at long odds to win, sitting at $7 and $12 respectively.
Not likely to take the title? Meanwhile, Ari is at long odds to win at $12