Big Brother's Best Shows Ever came to an end last night (June 25), wrapping up two weeks of classic episodes from the Channel 4 era of the show.
Renewed interest in the show has led to plenty of speculation that the broadcaster could reclaim the rights and start making the show again, after Channel 5 spent the 2010s airing some brilliant Celebrity editions and some not-so-memorable civilian ones.
Understandably, voiceover man Marcus Bentley is keen to return and continue the job he's been doing since the original 'Daaaaay One'.
"I’d love to [go back]. I’d love to, because it’s in my blood," he told Metro. "I mean, throughout the Channel 4/Channel 5 years I had a very similar set of producers, some of the producers worked right the way through it.
"Everybody was so lovely and of course, there’s always been a buzz about it and it sort of fills my year up. I miss it dreadfully but I would love to.
"I’m waiting for one day for that phone to ring to tell me 'Marcus, would you do it? For real?' Put that contract right in front of me!"
If there is a revival, original host Davina McCall has said she'd be well up for it, and you just know Rylan Clark-Neal and Emma Willis wouldn't even need asking.
One person who probably wouldn't return though is Brian Dowling, who hosted the show for two years and is no longer on good terms with the producers.
Big Brother: Best Shows Ever is available to watch in full on All4.
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