This season of Big Brother Australia is in full swing, and this year, Big Brother has amped things up.
He’s also brought back fan favourites, like Farmer Dave Graham and Estelle Landy, and agents of chaos Tully Smyth and Drew Anthony, whose showmance remains one of the most notable in the show’s history.
Gabbie Keevill is ready for the challenge. Outspoken and opinionated, Keevill’s not one to hold back, and won’t hesitate to put the Royals in their place if she feels it’s necessary.
In her pre-show Q&A, Keevill said that her main strength in life is that she’s “always looking at the bright side of life”, even when things get challenging.
A former flight attendant, Keevill’s workforce was drastically impacted by COVID, which prompted Keevill to move into retail, instead. While she’s happy in the role, she does miss travelling, especially to Bali and anywhere she can be active.
When asked why she applied for Big Brother Royalty Vs New Contenders, Keevill admitted she didn’t really know why she had.
“It’s always something that you joke about with your friends but never think it’ll happen,” she explained, adding: “I am always looking for the next adventure or challenge and I am so excited and grateful that it’s Big Brother.”
Keevill said that she’s most looking forward to “everything”, but is excited about the challenges, and seeing how far she can push herself physically.
She’s expecting to be “an energetic, fun and cheeky housemate”, but this may be tested once she’s in the house.
“I get a little cranky when I’m tired or hungry,” Keevill admitted.
Still, Keevill thinks she’ll be “the little sister [the housemates] never knew they needed”, and hopes that her charisma and charm will help her win everyone over.
Does Keevill have what it takes to go all the way? Only time will tell. Until then…
Big Brother Royalty Vs New Contenders airs Monday – Wednesdays, only on Channel 7 and 7 Plus.
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