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Miriam Does Big Brother!

Miriam Does Big Brother!

Prime TV is excited to announce that the rumours are true! Miriam, the star of the controversial show “THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MIRIAM”, is headed for Big Brother to stir the pot.

In a bold move, Big Brother will unleash the Mexican beauty on the housemates, the only people in Australia who do not know Miriam’s secret – Miriam is actually a man!

Tune in on Saturday 12th June for Big Brother at 6.00pm, followed by ‘The Miriam Special’ at 6.30pm, where host Gretel Killeen reveals more of what Big Brother has in store for the Latino siren and the unsuspecting Big Brother housemates.

“Sending Miriam into the House plays to the time honoured tradition of Big Brother, messing with the minds of the housemates. It will be fascinating to see who falls for Miriam’s charms and who thinks she’s too good to be true”, says Tim Clucas, of Big Brother.

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