Rylan Clark and AJ Odudu to present Big Brother’s Bit On The Side

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Rylan Clark and AJ Odudu will join the presenting team for Big Brother’s Bit On The Side when the show returns in the summer.

Emma Willis will continue presenting BBBOTS alongside her new role as main host of Big Brother.

Rylan entered the Celebrity Big Brother house in January 2013 after becoming a household name on The X Factor. He was crowned the winner of that series in a tense final against fellow housemates Speidi (Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt).

Rylan said:

“I have followed the show since the very beginning. It was a dream come true to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house this year, let alone win it! Being offered the job to present Big Brother’s Bit On The Side was amazing.”

Newcomer AJ has presented on both TV and radio and is no stranger to Bit On The Side having appeared before as a panelist on the show.

AJ added:

“It’s going to be brilliant fun hooking up with Rylan and Emma for Big Brother’s Bit On The Side. I can’t wait to find out who the housemates are and get stuck in.”

The show will air nightly Monday to Saturday after the main show and on Sunday lunchtimes on Channel 5.

Last updated: Tuesday 14 May 2013
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