It was the controversial 'social experiment' that saw a bunch of strangers sealed in a house as the country watched on. And 16 years since it first went to air, Big Brother Australia's soap opera status has continued on in the personal lives of its stars. While the show went on to produce radio hosts, television presenters and even health food entrepreneurs, it was the relationships that defined the series and the contestants' lives in the years that followed. So whose romance lasted the test of time, and who, like Gretel Killeen's famous line, found 'It's time to go Who's said 'It's time to go'?
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Leah Costa was left 'heartbroken' this week after being dumped by Big Brother star Anthony Drew following a very short-lived romance. And the Bachelor In Paradise star will no doubt be seething when she finds out that the hunky male model was reunited with his ex-girlfriend Tully Smyth on Thursday night. The pair were spotted making eyes at each other while spending time at Melbourne restaurant Rebel Blue. Leah will not be pleased! In images taken at the event, Tully appeared to be casually laughing at one of her ex's jokes as the pair chatted away.
After easily becoming the most talked about contestants in reality TV last year, Big Brother housemates Tully Smyth and Anthony 'Drew' Drew had a lot to live up to when they left the house a couple in October. Fast forward three months, and it looks like the pressure got to them, with social media strategist Tully confirming their split to OK! The pair caused a Twitter firestorm during their stint in the house, after their relationship heated up while Tully had a long-term girlfriend waiting on the outside. When Tully was evicted, her relationship with Tahlia Farrant ended and she waited for Drew, but it wasn't to be. I had five minutes with him when he got off the stage where we had to define our relationship," Tully explains.
Marlo Charlize Theron, terrific is days away from giving birth to her third child, and she tells everyone things are great. Marlo is carrying a lot of weight — figuratively and literally. When Jonah has a kicking, screaming meltdown inside her small hatchback as she drives him and his 8-year-old sister Sarah Lia Frankland to school, Reitman cranks up the sound until the audience feels insane and then abruptly cuts to an aerial view of her car looking small and serene. Her misery is going unheard. Theron looked happier driving across a post-apocalyptic desert with a car of frightened slave girls.