Watch the moment Big Brother's Chanelle breaks down in tears as her DAD secretly enters the house – but there's a twist | The Sun
TOMORROW'S episode of Big Brother is sure to pull at the heartstrings as an infamous task makes a return.
In the thirteenth series of Celebrity Big Brother in 2014, a gruelling challenge saw the housemates' family and friends enter the house while they were forced to stay silent.
On Big Brother Late and Live, it was revealed that a similar task will happen in tomorrow's episode.
For their penultimate shopping task, the group will take it in turns as outsiders enter the house.
In a preview clip, the ITV2 housemates were seen locked in what seems to be a clear box in the middle of the house as their parents secretly enter.
The video showed 29-year-old dental therapist Chanelle, appearing in shock as her dad entered the Acton property to address her from behind.
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As she broke down in tears, he greeted her daughter as he said: "Hiya babes!"
After the clip aired, host Will Best, 38, explained to the studio audience as well as viewers at home home the task will work.
He exclaimed: "Oh wow! okay! That's very sweet.
"So for this week's task, housemates are gonna take it in turns to become security guards and decide which intruders can have access to the house.
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"And as we've seen, the intruders are the housemates' friends and family.
"So housemates have to just remain silent the whole way, the whole time."
He added: "And I think that's the toughest task yet, Big Brother is yanking the heartstrings like nobody's business."
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