Brekkie Boy Posted July 7, 2005 Share Posted July 7, 2005 Well, in light of today's events in London obviously the question is whether the HMs would be told. Half of those remaining live in London.Obviously the precident is 9/11, when the three remaining in BBUSA were told a major incident had occured, but not given the details. In this case one HM was directly affected.The general feeling is that producers will take time to estabhlish if any of the HMs friends or family have been caught up in today's events before deciding what to do.It is highly likely that tomorrow night's planned eviction will be affected in someway by today's events - either being postponed or being done low-key without a crowd. The BB house isn't in London.The only previous time events led to contact from producers was in 2003 when a bomb scare at the Big Brother complex forced the evacuation of the house and studio.Tonight's BBLB and Big Brother will go ahead as planned. It's the unofficial role of broadcaster Channel 4 to provide an alternative to the rolling news coverage of the BBC and ITV when events such as this occur.After the euphoria of yesterday's success at winning the right to host the 2012 Olympic Games, I think today's events have shocked the city - and country - even more, going from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows. Big Brother even gave the HMs a subtle hint at our 2012 Olympic success by waking the HMs up to the theme of "Chariots of Fire".P.S. I'm going away for the next few days so won't be on hand with the updates, though I'll bring you up to date when I return. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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