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The Project: Rachel Corbett’s stunning glow-up revealed in Big Brother throwbacks

Inside Rachel Corbett’s TV glow-up: How The Project host went from being a daggy Big Brother contestant to one of Channel 10’s most glamorous stars

She was the first ever ‘intruder’ on the inaugural season of Big Brother in 2001.

But a lot has changed for Rachel Corbett since then, as she is now a popular podcast host and a regular panellist on Channel 10’s The Project.

Rachel entered the Big Brother house almost two decades ago at the age of 19, when she was studying law at university.

Rachel Corbett’s TV glow-up: How The Project host went from being a daggy teenage Big Brother contestant to one of Channel 10’s most glamorous stars

But her reality TV career was short-lived as she became the second contestant to be voted off just four days later.

Despite this early setback, Rachel went on to launch a media career, co-hosting The Morning Madhouse radio show on Triple M.

She then presented several other radio programs, including the Hot30 Countdown on 2Day FM and a summer fill-in show on Nova.

Rise to fame: Rachel entered the Big Brother house in 2001 at the age of 19, when she was studying law at university

Rise to fame: Rachel entered the Big Brother house in 2001 at the age of 19, when she was studying law at university

In 2014, Rachel began her foray into television, appearing as a guest on Studio 10, Have You Been Paying Attention? and Paul Murray Live.

A year later, she started work on Channel 10’s The Project, where she is now employed as a regular panellist. 

In an interview in 2009, Rachel admitted she was trying to distance herself from her reality TV past to further her career in TV and radio.

Eliminated: Sadly, her reality TV career was short-lived as she became the second contestant to be voted off just four days later

Eliminated: Sadly, her reality TV career was short-lived as she became the second contestant to be voted off just four days later 

‘It’s part of my past that I’ve tried to distance myself from and have so far succeeded,’ she told Radio Info.

Rachel also said she knew she didn’t want to continue studying law after leaving the Big Brother house.

‘I never for one moment thought about a career in entertainment either, I just knew I wanted to get out of law,’ she said.

New role: In 2014, Rachel began her foray into TV, appearing as a guest on Studio 10, Have You Been Paying Attention? and Paul Murray Live. A year later, she started work on Channel 10's The Project (pictured with Carrie Bickmore), where she is now employed as a regular panellist

New role: In 2014, Rachel began her foray into TV, appearing as a guest on Studio 10, Have You Been Paying Attention? and Paul Murray Live. A year later, she started work on Channel 10’s The Project (pictured with Carrie Bickmore), where she is now employed as a regular panellist

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