Pictures of the new 'Big Brother' house have been revealed.
The Elstree compound has had an eco-makeover for the fourteenth civilian series of the reality show, entitled 'Secrets And Lies', with a recycling theme used throughout the house.
Upon entering the famous abode, housemates will walk down the blue staircase to a wall of old front doors.
The kitchen boasts units made of filing cabinets, and stools made from bicycle chairs, while a bank of old TV adorns the living room wall, which looks out onto a tropical planting area.
In the bedroom, the walls are lined with bookcases filled with foreign language books and there is a mixture of single and double beds, as well as an electricity-generating bike.
The garden is decked in wood and a cosy treehouse takes centre stage, but Big Brother may be feeling evil again as a wooden jail can also be seen. The vegetable patch also makes a return to the house after a ten year absence, while housemates will be forced to wash outdoors using a shower powered by turning a wheel.
However, bosses have teased that the house has plenty of secrets including a hot tub and hidden rooms.
The new series of the show - which will be followed by a celebrity series in September - also sees Emma Willis replace Brian Dowling as host, while former 'X Factor' star and 'Celebrity Big Brother' winner Rylan Clark joins the 'Bit On The Side' presenting team.
'Big Brother: Secrets And Lies' begins with a two-part launch night on Thursday and Friday at 9pm on Channel 5.