DAVINA McCall has broken down in tears after she was shown an emotional Big Brother memory.
The TV presenter hosted the reality show during its first incarnation on Channel 4.
The series ran between 2000 and 2010 before the broadcaster axed it from the schedules.
While the programme returned to screens a year later on Channel 5, McCall did not take back up her hosting duties.
Over a decade on, the 55-year-old has been left 'weeping' as a fan shared a throwback clip during her time on the show.
It shows Davina in the iconic house that was previously based at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood.
She was speaking to previous memorable housemates – which included 'Nasty' Nick Bateman, Brian Dowling, Chantelle Hayes, Ulrika Jonsson, Vanessa Feltz and the late Nikki Grahame.
They all took up residence in the TV bungalow once more for 'Ultimate Big Brother' which was the last series to air on Channel 4.
"I'd just like to say thank you to you [Big Brother] for letting me go in for one last time," McCall said in the diary room.
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The Sun previously revealed how Big Brother will return next year on ITV2 for a brand new series – five years after being binned by C5.
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ITV has confirmed the news as applications for the revived show are now open.
The Sun also recently revealed how TV presenter AJ Odudu is in final talks with the broadcaster to be the show's new host.
It is a major promotion for AJ, 34, who previously co-presented Big Brother spin-off show, Bit On The Side, in 2013.
A source said: “AJ has been offered the Big Brother job and jumped at the opportunity. It’s a huge boost to her career.
“AJ and ITV are still ironing out details in her contract but she has told a lot of people the job is hers.”
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