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‘Big Brother' 2014: Luisa Zissman Reveals Her Hopes For The New Series

05/06/2014 15:21 BST | Updated 05/06/2014 15:59 BST

Luisa Zissman has shared her thoughts on the new series of ‘Big Brother’ - which starts tonight - explaining that she’s hoping for plenty of drama.

The former ‘Apprentice’ star was a contestant in this year’s series of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ and she’ll be returning to the Channel 5 reality show for the new series, appearing as a regular panellist on ‘Big Brother’s Bit On The Side’.

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Luisa Zissman

Luisa is understandably excited for the new series to kick off and she’s shared her thoughts on the new housemates.

“I’m hoping to see complete opposites this year, we don’t want friendships, we want drama,” she writes. “Grown men breaking down on TV, alpha females all bitching it out for the top dog spot and the token hussy putting it about for column inches, this is a real-life soap.”

Of course, given the x-rated antics and drama provided Luisa and her fellow ‘CBB’ housemates, the pressure is on for the newbies to deliver.

“January 2014 was the best (and perhaps most X-rated) series yet since the show moved to Channel 5 and these newbies have a lot to live up to,” Luisa writes. “Can anyone beat Lee Ryan’s Lothario status (would anyone want to)?!

“Will there be a grumpy git like Jim Davidson, who eventually managed to win the viewers over?

“And can anyone beat THAT 18-certificate room with hilarious footage of Lionel Blair that shocked a nation?

“Not to mention my girl Jasmine Waltz flashing on the first night after drinking too much, Frank Carson’s dressing room-gate and Dappy’s infamous ‘ding dong’.”

The new series of ‘Big Brother’ will be launched across two nights, with half the housemates going in this evening (Thursday 5 June) and the other joining them a day later.

Bosses have promised that they have plenty of shock twists planned, including one which will be announced by host Emma Willis the first launch show.

The ‘Big Brother’ house has been redecorated to fit with the new ‘Power Trip’ theme and by the looks of things, the housemates aren’t in for a relaxing stay.

'Big Brother: Power Trip' starts at 9pm on channel 5, on Thursday 5 June.

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