Who is going to out-perform the 2012 winner of Big Brother - remember the one who proposed to his boyfriend live on national television?
Those who think they have the chops to survive weeks in the house with a bunch of strangers are on notice - auditions are about to begin for the 2013 show.
This year the producers want to see how potential housemates perform; asking them to record a video diary entry beginning "Hello, Big Brother" and explaining why they would be the best choice for a chance at the prize money.
That means for people who live more than 500km away from an audition centre they have the chance to be flown to the second round of auditions and for others it means the chance to get straight through to a face-to-face interview without lining up.
BB host Sonia Kruger said that this time they're looking for a more varied range of housemates.
"Whether you are a company CEO or unemployed, a full-time parent or a stockbroker, teacher or tradie, the Big Brother doors are open to all," Kruger said.
"After all, more people have been shot into space than have entered the Big Brother House. It is truly a unique and life-changing challenge."
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