Big Brother legend Nikki Grahame could be entering the Big Brother house for the fourth time – but this time in Canada, it has been revealed.
Big Brother Canada has confirmed that season four will see two international Big Brother stars enter the house as ‘wildcards’ with the public voting for one male and one female to play the game.
The international stars being lined up are Big Brother UK’s Nikki Grahame, Big Brother Australia winner 2012 Tim Dormer, Big Brother USA’s Jase Wirey, and Grande Fratello Italy’s Veronica Graf.
Grahame entered the house for the very first time back in 2006 and took part in Ultimate Big Brother in 2010 prior to entering the house last summer in Big Brother: Timebomb.
“I’m definitely going to clash with people,” Nikki told The Sun newspaper. “I’m not going to sit on the fence just to get in people’s good books.”
She added: “It would be amazing to win, because I’ve done it so many times now and I’ve never actually won.”
Dormer won the tenth series of Big Brother Australia and was known for his strategic gameplay and causing trouble, including putting himself up for eviction.
If Nikki wants to enter the house, she will have to win over the fans. Beginning today, the public can vote for two of the international stars they would like to see in the house and the two with the most votes will enter the house during the first week.
Voting closes on March 3 at 3 p.m. ET
Big Brother Canada premieres March 2 on Global.