Big Brother winner Jordan Sangha has revealed the one thing viewers don’t see on the show - and he’s “so glad” it never got aired.

The lawyer, 26, from Scunthorpe was crowned the 2023 champ last week. As well as bagging the title of being a Big Brother winner, Jordan also landed himself a hefty £100k in prize money.

Before his stint in the iconic house, Jordan was a big fan of the programme, which made its way to ITV2 this year after five years off screens. But it turns out there was one part of the show that he wasn’t that too fond of.

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It’s fair to say Jordan’s time in the iconic house was memorable, mainly due to his romance with co-star Henry. But living in an isolated house with several other people did have its downfalls.

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Jordan was crowned the winner of the 2023 series

Speaking exclusively to Daily Star and other press, Jordan confessed how he is “so glad” that Big Brother bosses edit the programme. So much so, that there’s one part of the show he’s happy the public never gets to see.

When asked if he was surprised by anything during his Big Brother experience, he quipped: “Me going into the hot tub was a big surprise for me. Even me showering without shorts.”

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Jordan told Daily Star he's 'glad' the show is edited

Jordan explained: “Because at first I was wearing trunks when I would go and shower, but the trunks were off. Thankfully the showers were private enough.”

However, there was one thing that Jordan is happy the show’s producers never aired. He said: “The one thing about being on the show I noticed, is that you might not see it on screen, but there’s so much waiting.”

Jordan added: “There’s no producer involvement, we didn’t see another person. But we had to wait for so long during tasks and Big Brother speaking.

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He also revealed how he's quit his day job already

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“I’m so glad they edit the show. It is 24/7, it doesn’t stop, it’s like having a full-time job, you can’t clock off,” he quipped.

As for what’s next for Jordan, he told us how he’s already turned his back on his 9 to 5 job. He revealed: “I’m not going back to law. Definitely not. So yeah, I don’t know what’s next. I’m taking every day by day.”

Jordan quipped: “I’ll do whatever comes my way. I love writing, so I want to get back into that. As awkward as I am though, I do like being in front of the camera.”

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