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Sonia Kruger reveals the surprise items she would struggle to live without in the Big Brother house

Sonia Kruger reveals the surprise items she would struggle to live without in the Big Brother house – as the first contestant is sent packing

She’s one of television’s most prolific hosts, who is certainly accustom to the finer things in life. 

And now Sonia Kruger has revealed the essential items she would take into the Big Brother house if she was forced to enter the compound as a contestant. 

‘I’d sneak in food because I’ve seen the rations they live on and it would be great leverage to stop yourself being evicted,’ says Sonia, 55. 

Lady in red: Sonia Kruger (pictured) has revealed the surprise items she would struggle to live without in the Big Brother house 

The Toowomba-born bombshell went on to reveal the luxury items she would miss the most would be ‘Rosé and Barbecue Shapes’. 

In an interview with Mumbrella on Monday, television bosses behind the hit Channel Seven reality series explained how they overhauled its image. 

According to Seven’s director of production, Andrew Backwell, the recently revived reality show was in desperate need of a new brand image. 

Snack attack: 'I’d sneak in food because I’ve seen the rations they live on and it would be great leverage to stop yourself being evicted,' says Sonia, 55

Snack attack: ‘I’d sneak in food because I’ve seen the rations they live on and it would be great leverage to stop yourself being evicted,’ says Sonia, 55

Refined: The Toowomba-born bombshell went on to reveal the luxury items she would miss the most would be 'Rosé and Barbecue Shapes'

Refined: The Toowomba-born bombshell went on to reveal the luxury items she would miss the most would be ‘Rosé and Barbecue Shapes’

‘The perception was that it was a little bit tacky, it was young people sitting around the pool talking rubbish,’ he said. 

‘If you looked at last year’s series, and the same this year, it’s completely not about that. 

‘It’s about strategy, it’s about gameplay and you engage with these characters. We had to overcome that brand perception, and that was successfully done last year.’

Out: On Monday night's debut episode of Big Brother Australia, one housemate was shown the door. Controversially, Max Beattie (pictured) was evicted from the house after just one episode - and with just one single vote

Out: On Monday night’s debut episode of Big Brother Australia, one housemate was shown the door. Controversially, Max Beattie (pictured) was evicted from the house after just one episode – and with just one single vote

On Monday night, the thirteenth season of Big Brother premiered on Channel Seven – and it wasn’t long before one of the housemates was sent packing. 

Max Beattie was evicted from the house after just one episode – and with just one single vote.  

Big Brother continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven  

Fun and games: Big Brother continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

Fun and games: Big Brother continues Tuesday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven 

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