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Big Brother(Australia 2002) Essay

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Jenna: In Land of Big BrotherBig Brother has been a truly momentous production and has changed the lives of the housemates, the production staff and views.Over a period of 85 days the Big Brother house has been home to a total of 14 housemates one of them Jemma, 12 chickens, 2 dogs, one real and the other electronic, 25 cameras and 23 microphones capturing every move.Jemma herself is of course very excited about it, saying she has had to be quiet about it for a while, but now it is all confirmed. "I'm really excited. It is what I wear anyway. I wore their stuff in bed in the house, " she told BB Online.The deal is a six month contract ...view middle of the document...

It seems the world is her oyster now.Jemma has been having a whale of a time since Big Brother, despite having had hardly any time to herself. "I have had only one free day since leaving the house," she croaks, as she has nearly lost her voice from talking so much. She says wherever she goes she stops to talk to people: "Even popping to the local shop takes half an hour."The former hair and make-up artist has a shrewd head on her shoulders too, understanding the need not to overexpose herself, saying she will be careful about what she chooses to do. "It's not all about money, it's about longevity." In addition, who would bet against her going a very long way. With her looks, brains and personality we might have given birth to a new Australian star.Already signed with lingerie company Hey Sista in a five-figure deal, Jemma is going from strength to strength with today's announcement that she will be back on Channel 10. Jemma will join the presenting team of the show "Search for a Supermodel" Already signed with lingerie company Hey Sista in a five-figure deal, Jemma is going from strength to strength with today's announcement that she will be back on Channel 10. Jemma will join the presenting team of the show "Search for a Supermodel" as an on-the-ground reporter. Jemma said," It's very 'me', I'll be like a 'Big Sister' to the girls, helping them through the weeks that lie ahead".

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