Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Big Brother Quotes from famous authors such as Ray Winstone, Derek Carr, Rylan Clark-Neal, Pavel Durov, Freddie Stroma. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I think TV is all about caring, and if you don’t care about a character in a drama or a person when they get voted out of a reality show, it’s bad TV. I wouldn’t care if you dropped a bomb on the ‘Big Brother’ house.
Having a big brother who taught me protections and blitz recognition has helped out a lot.
I think ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ is one of the most important shows on TV because we get to see people for who they really, really are and you’ve only got to look at.
The global threat of ‘Big Brother’ can actually be conquered purely by technology.
In England, I suppose I have been known to once or twice tune into ‘Big Brother’, which is a pretty terrible guilty pleasure.
I’m not taking maternity leave from ‘Big Brother.’ I e-mailed my boss over there this weekend and I said, ‘Don’t worry. I can still do the show!
And if I hadn’t done ‘Celebrity Big Brother’, I wouldn’t have got ‘Extras’, so in the long run what was seen as a terrible mistake turned out well.
Celebrity Big Brother’ was, for me, a disaster waiting to happen.
I’ve said no to ‘Celebrity Big Brother,’ ‘Strictly,’ and the American one, ‘Dancing With The Stars.’ I don’t feel it’s right for me. I’ve been asked to do reality TV a zillion times. No way. No way. Nobody’s going to get into my living room and see me there.
My big brother still thinks he’s a better singer than me.
I took on ‘What Would Be Your Miracle’ because I wanted to do something far removed from ‘Big Brother’ and ‘The Voice.’
I can’t imagine having a conversation about ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
I’m pretty sure that the world doesn’t know that I am a ‘Big Brother’ superfan.
It’s like Canada is the little brother to the United States and one day they are going to show the world they’re just as cool as their successful big brother.
It’s lovely I have ‘Big Brother’ and ‘The Voice,’ so that’s two regular jobs I love. But even before then, when I wasn’t working and I couldn’t find work, if something was offered to me and it didn’t feel right, I wouldn’t take it.
My biggest influence is my big brother.
I was a ‘Big Brother’ fan. I thought they were better musicians than their detractors claimed, but more to the point, technical accomplishment was not something I cared about.
Reality shows. I’ll watch them, but I won’t tell anyone I’ll watch them. I remember when the first British ‘Big Brother’ was on. I watched that Nasty Nick. I never watched it since, but I watched the first one. I was mesmerized. Don’t tell anyone!
It’s not like a boss and artist relationship; it’s like a big brother to a younger brother relationship, and he’s a great guy. So big shout-out to Akon and the Konvict Muzik crowd.
Big Brother is watching… look busy.
Big Brother sounded like a silly stunt and that’s what it is.
There’s a stigma attached to being an actor. People from ‘Big Brother’ call themselves actors. There’s so much crap. It’s not about appreciating that we’re here to service the public, that we’re storytellers. It doesn’t sit comfortably with me.
If I could embed a locator chip in my child right now, I know I would do that. Some people call that Big Brother; I call it being a father.
I made a conscious decision to stop watching ‘Big Brother.’ I was an avid fan, but I felt it was time to move on.
When TV companies stop coming up with ideas, and I’ve got to go and do ‘Celebrity Big Brother,’ I don’t want that to happen.
If I had a big brother who was a year older than me or something, I probably wouldn’t have ended up being a filmmaker.
For much of the twentieth century, 1984 was a year that belonged to the future – a strange, gray future at that. Then it slid painlessly into the past, like any other year. Big Brother arrived and settled in, though not at all in the way George Orwell had imagined.
I’m quite proud of what I anticipated about reality television from my books in the early ’90s, which I based on the early seasons of ‘Cops’ and on the amazing stuff I had read about happening on Japanese shows and the British ‘Big Brother’.
I got offered loads of reality shows, including ‘I’m A Celebrity’ and ‘Celebrity Big Brother.’
The closest person in the industry to me who is like a big brother is Tyrese. He gives me a lot of good advice. We both do the same things. We’re both from the same background.
‘Big Brother’ reminded me that housemates should be aware of health and safety.
The more crap you have had to deal with in your life, the better you are at handling ‘Big Brother.’
I miss her in my bones. I was her big brother. I was supposed to protect her – I could not… It very nearly destroyed me.
I absolutely love ‘Big Brother’ and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ and have never missed a series – but I would never appear on them.
Being on ‘Total Divas’ definitely prepared me. Because when you’re on a reality show, you’re used to cameras following you. However, the big difference with ‘Big Brother’ is they do not turn off.
Big brother listening in on your phone calls – I got a problem with that.
Not everything looks great on Google. Megan’s meltdown on Celebrity Big Brother’ is not great. A classic – but I’m embarrassed by it.
You know, I think everything I do cinematically for the rest of my life will probably have some direct route back to Jonathan. But I love him to death. He’s like my best friend and my big brother.
I clearly say yes to Big Data, yes to greater security and convenience, but no to paternalism and Big Brother.’
I joined Twitter in 2009 and tweeted along which was amazing. It completely elevated my viewing of ‘Big Brother’ because to be able to watch it in real time and all of us discussing what was going on.
I had a big brother so I always wanted him to hang out with me, but he wouldn’t. So I always did sports and I always really liked it, but I just was never good at it.
I will say this: I think ‘Big Brother’ is the biggest snooze known to mankind.
I used to work in ‘Big Brother’ in the third series, I was a logger, which was the worst of all jobs, you had to sit and watch what happens and type it into a computer.
At first, I had such stage fright, and it was always comforting to look over and see my big brother.
Obama is like the kid brother whose only standard for judging his own achievements is the records his big brother set.
Melo has a chance to be a better player than me, for sure. I feel at the same age, he’s better than me. In real time, I don’t think he’s better than me. But I’m the big brother so I’m always going to have that edge over him.
Thankfully, my manager didn’t talk me into ‘Big Brother’ or ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’
Eddie had the perfect template of what not to do. His big brother did all the wrong things.
After ‘Big Brother,’ people came up to me in the street shouting, ‘You woz robbed!’
When I was younger, even though I had a big brother, my parents would give me the house key every day.
I liked back in the sixties where you’d turn on the radio and go ‘Oh that’s Hendrix, that’s Creedence Clearwater, that’s The Doors, there’s The Grass Roots, The Monkees, there’s Big Brother.’ You could just instantly hear it and tell. But in the eighties and nineties there’s no way you could do that.
I was first inspired to make music by my cousin Oran. He was making music on an old Mac II by himself in his little lab, and I just started taking up after him. He was the first person to put a machine in front of me to work on. He was like my big brother, someone who I looked up to.
When people spot me, they are really warm. They acknowledge me with smiles and come up, even now, to tell me that I showed a lot of dignity in ‘Big Brother.’ Or they say, ‘I voted for you to win!’ which is really sweet.
You’ve can play the game, by all means play the game because that’s what it is. But if you think you can act your whole way through ‘Big Brother’ you shouldn’t be in Borehamwood, you should be in Hollywood.
I can’t believe they would cancel ‘Big Brother!’ It’s like an institution!
A father figure is providing for you, as well as showing you things. A big brother is giving you the game and showing you things too – but a father figure is providing for you while he’s showing you things, and raising you.
I would create the best ‘Big Brother All-Stars!’
I remember watching a ‘Big Brother’ contestant saying that she wanted to be a footballer’s wife. I thought, ‘What is the world coming to?’
Celebrity culture, it’s everywhere, isn’t it? It’s reality TV, Big Brother. I didn’t become a footballer to be famous, I became a footballer to be successful. I didn’t want to be famous. Now people want to be famous. Why? Why would you want people following you about all day?
It’s about story; it is a social experiment, and people take that into account when they’re watching ‘Big Brother.’
I would go into the ‘Big Brother’ house for £5million. That is how much I would ask for if they want me.
My big brother Ryan was funny and unfailingly kind. He was one of the most talented musicians you might encounte, and had a prodigious ability to pick up any instrument and play it by ear within the span of a single day.
Timeless’ is like the little sister, but ‘Journeyman’ is the big brother – it’s what I’ll take to the grave.
You’ll move from big brother to the adult world faster by cooking food for your younger siblings while your peers are playing video games.
Everyone and his Big Brother wants to log your browsing habits, the better to build a profile of who you are and how you live your life – online and off. Search engine companies offer a benefit in return: more relevant search results. The more they know about you, the better they can tailor information to your needs.
So I did ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ and while I was locked in a house with crazy people I came out and Denise had actually gone to my agency and got with my agent. And my agent told me, hes like, ‘Yeah, I have Denise Richards. That’s so exciting, right?’ I go, ‘So basically you hired my competition. That’s amazing.’
I probably learned most at MIT by teaching and working with Peter Diamond, who acted like a big brother to me during my time in the department.
For the first three months of ‘Big Brother’ I was a terrible TV presenter. But everyone was talking about the teeth. By the time they’d stopped talking about the teeth I was good at my job.
In my executive advising role, my persona, which seems to work very well with both women and men, is being ‘the big brother you always wanted.’ I am fortunate to have two such big brothers, so this isn’t just a theoretical construct.
I didn’t set out to be famous; if I’d wanted that, I would have gone on ‘Big Brother.’
When people talk about televisual phenomena such as ‘Big Brother,’ I haven’t a clue what they’re talking about. Having said that, if I’m staying in a hotel and there’s a television in there, I’ll go straight to it and watch it as if it’s some incredible new invention.
Big Brother doesn’t like all these Little Brothers looking at it.
Sadio was so important for me when I started at Salzburg, and this is why I say he is my big brother.
I try to keep my integrity. I don’t want to be in ‘Hello!’ or on ‘Celebrity Big Brother.’
My wife is the host of ‘Big Brother.’ Her name is Julie Chen, and she’ll say, ‘Da da da, but first we do this.’ So they mashed together her saying ‘but first’ a couple dozen times. Literally. In different outfits. And when you cut it together like that, it appears very robotlike. They called her the Chenbot.
I’d have probably gone to Michigan. Only because one of my friends, Vada Murray, who passed away, went to Michigan and as a freshman and sophomore he was my big brother at Moeller.
I wrote ‘No Words’ and ‘Mull of Kintyre’ with help from Paul. He was always like a big brother to me and a strong influence on my songwriting.
The whole Big Brother vision of the world is looming large.
I’ve been asked by ‘Big Brother,’ ‘I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out of Here!,’ ‘Strictly’ and ‘Dancing on Ice,’ but it’s not for me.
In ‘Big Brother,’ it’s hard to really trust anybody because 99 per cent of the time, that person is going behind your back.
‘Big Brother,’ I can’t believe people watch. It’s just people whispering to each other for hours and then some silly challenge like, who can pull the most stones out of a stuffed alligator, with some product tie-in.
Things like ‘I’m A Celebrity,’ when they’re going to a trial, they might reset the camera for a bit or give a briefing that’s not on camera. But ‘Big Brother,’ you see everything.
Regular people are the problem. It’s not the government, it’s not the invasive Big Brother, it’s the fact that we’re a nation of snitches and nosey people who then cry when somebody wants our personal information. I’m talking about people who are being voyeuristic to people’s privacy.
I’d heard of the name ‘Big Brother’ before. I didn’t realize that it was on TV for 20 years. My manager told me, ”Big Brother’ wants you.’ I said, ‘I don’t feel like watching it, and I don’t know what I’m getting into.’
Jose Mourinho is one of the best managers with whom I have worked. I had a chance not only to have him as a coach but as a colleague, a friend, a big brother. I had a chance to learn from him, and he was open to receiving advice from me as well, even though I think he knew it all.
Every Christmas we went to my parents’ cottage. My big brother would bring his buddies around, and we would play hockey games in the driveway.
I love ‘Big Brother.’ I adore it. What can I say. It just suits me fine.
Big Brother is on the march. A plan to subject all children to mental health screening is underway, and the pharmaceuticals are gearing up for bigger sales of psychotropic drugs.
I can’t even give my father a proper gift. Every single Father’s Day means so much to me. I’m so close to him. He’s my big brother, but also my father.
Have you noticed the people most likely to be up in arms about governments apparently spying on us tend to be the most non-private people you know? The people launching petitions and wailing about Big Brother and data collection are most likely to be the most constant self-presenters.
I’d only do Big Brother again if you paid me three times as much money.
Wilfried is a very good striker who is strong and intelligent – he talks to me all the time and advises me. We sit together in the dressing room and he’s like a big brother to me.
Nothing unites a group more than a common enemy, be it the Soviet Union or Nasty Nick from ‘Big Brother.’
I have a big brother who would make dolls’ houses and playhouses and furniture out of wood. He was the one who taught me from such a young age that you could just make something. The physical act of gluing something together was really formative for me.
Gotti my mentor. He like a big brother that helps manage my career.
You get some really unlikely friendships on ‘Big Brother’ and that’s one of the joys of it.
I made my name and reputation DJing in hip-hop clubs in New York. ‘Celebrity DJ’ is a term that I hated. To me a celebrity DJ is someone that’s on ‘Big Brother’ or in some kind of B-movie who gets a gig to DJ even though they’re not talented enough to do it.
My first steps in football came thanks to my big brother who taught me the game.
I’m a man of the people, a man for all people. I reckon that’s why I won ‘Celebrity Big Brother.’ People saw the real me, a decent bloke.
Drake is an amazing person. Also, a magician. He’s a big brother, super-talent; he’s cool.
I wish that people had an opportunity to watch me 24/7, like on ‘Big Brother.’ You’d see a person who is quiet and reserved and very analytical – a huge observer.
I hoped doing ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ would reboot my career: if you can’t beat them, join them. It’s tough because you want to be known for your work rather than just for who you are, you know?
Daniel, my big brother, is eight years older. I’m lucky he didn’t mind hanging out with his little sister and my younger brother.
For me, Jesus is my cleft in the rock. He is my safest friend, my safe totally loving accepting big brother.
It’s time for the party of big ideas, not the party of Big Brother!
I wanted to be a veterinarian and go to school in Boston. It didn’t quite work out that way, and I ended up joining the Navy as a suggestion of my big brother. It was really awesome – and I didn’t realize it at the time, -but provided a lot of leadership and followership teamwork opportunities.
‘Socialize’ means we turn more of our personal powers over to Big Brother, not free enterprise.
Every job I’ve inherited, like ‘Strictly’s It Takes Two’ and the radio show with Zoe Ball or ‘Big Brother’ with Emma Willis, I’ll always ring them first and say, ‘Are you OK with me doing it?’
Living in the ‘Big Brother’ house is a bit like living in hell. Only hotter.
Big Brother makes a game where it’s competitive, not just a handicap match. Mentally, physically, strategically, emotionally, it’s an even match. When you compete 100%, it’s a real competition.
When there’s an accident, we all have to slow down and watch the accident. We all have to be a little voyeuristic. I mean, look at the world we live in now, with all these ‘Big Brother’ shows. We’re all a bunch of voyeuristic people.
Drake doesn’t realize, in many ways, he was like the big brother I never had. He set the example and paved the way for me to be myself. Now, whether I’m at the Grammys or whether I’m here or there or whatever, he’ll show me love… People don’t realize what that’s like, what that means.
P.C. is just too Big Brother – telling me how I should act and feel.
I cannot believe that people really sit and devote hours of their lives watching reality TV like ‘Big Brother.’
It doesn’t matter on ‘Big Brother’ how big you are, anyone can dominate the series.
Paul was just the most real guy ever. The best big brother, the best son, and the best father. The best everything.
I can’t imagine TV without ‘Big Brother.’ When C4 got rid of it I rang the helpline in ‘Heat’ magazine. I was that devastated.
After I started getting criticism for doing ‘Big Brother,’ someone told me that Hugh Downs used to host ‘Concentration’ and Mike Wallace used to do ‘The Big Surprise.’ I thought, Huh, maybe that door isn’t sealed shut if I want to do ’60 Minutes’ one day.
I would love to do a cookery show and cookery books. I’m not a professional cook, but I can definitely cook. I know the difference between good and bad cooking. I mean, when I was in ‘Big Brother’ I was the glorified cook of the house, so if I got offered my own show – then why not?
There have been some bad times, some very low points in my life. Doing ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ was certainly one of them. When I came out my phone didn’t ring for a very long time.