Big Brother stars Michelle Bass and Makosi Musambasi ‘fear for their jobs’ as raunchy moments set to re-air

Pixar introduces first gay main character in tearjerking short about coming outCaption: Big Brother stars fear for their jobs as raunchy moments set to re-air
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Big Brother stars Michelle Bass and Makosi Musambasi have been ‘fearing for their jobs’ as their raunchiest moments are set to re-air on TV.

The two stars are reportedly scared of the prospects of their wild TV scenes reappearing after moving on to ‘respectable jobs’, and have formed a WhatsApp group to attempt to stop it from happening.

It was confirmed Big Brother is returning with a celebration of the show’s 20th anniversary with a compilation of the show’s best bits.

Makosi – who is now a nurse – was filmed allegedly having sex in a hot tub with Anthony Hutton while Michelle romped under a table with Stuart Wilson.

‘The idea of those scenes being replayed now is a nightmare as many of them have respectable jobs and families,’ a source told The Sun.

‘All the housemates knew what they were signing up for but as it was so long ago, those who shied away from the spotlight have moved on with their lives.’

Pixar introduces first gay main character in tearjerking short about coming outMakosi appeared to have sex in the hot tub (Picture: WENN)

Pixar introduces first gay main character in tearjerking short about coming outMichelle and Stuart were seen under a table (Picture: Channel 4)

The source continued: ‘Some have even changed their names and appearance so they aren’t recognised.’

Big Brother ran on Channel 4 for a decade from 2000 and later moved to Channel 5 before ending in 2018.

The anniversary special will air on E4 in the summer and will look back at the most memorable moments from the show’s two-decade history.

While there is no full series planned at the moment, fans will get a chance to look back at clips all the way back to the very first series which aired in 2000.

Davina McCall, who hosted the series right from the beginning in 2000, will be returning to front the special alongside Rylan Clark-Neal, who hosted the spin-off Big Brother’s Bit On The Side.

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Davina told The Sun: ‘I lived and breathed Big Brother for 11 years. Not one week goes by when I don’t quote Big Brother in some form.

‘It made me laugh, it made me cry and it taught me to never judge a book by its cover. I love the show and can’t wait to share it with a whole new audience.’

Metro.co.uk have contacted reps for comment.

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