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Fans can now ask Big Brother questions related to the show through the Google Assistant app 

Big Brother is listening, too! Viewers can now ask the mysterious voice questions related to the show through the Google Assistant app

Big Brother fans will have more access to the show than ever before, with the Google Assistant app allowing viewers to communicate directly with Big Brother himself.

According to a report by 7NEWS on Monday, Google Assistant users can ask a question about the reality series and get a response from Big Brother.

The artificial intelligence app, which works similarly to the popular Siri, allows fans to communicate with Big Brother and gain behind-the-scenes insight.

Direct line: Big Brother fans will have more access to the show than ever before, with the Google Assistant app allowing viewers to communicate directly with Big Brother himself. Pictured, host Sonia Kruger

By simply asking Google Assistant, ‘Okay Google, talk to Big Brother,’ viewers will be connected to Big Brother himself.

‘Hello, this is Big Brother. I’ll be seeing you soon,’ reads a standard response, which is then followed by prompts.

‘Tell me what you want to do. You can hear about the housemates. Or Big Brother can tell you a story.’

Well-connected: According to a report by 7NEWS on Monday, Google Assistant users can ask a question about the reality series and get a response from Big Brother. Pictured, this year's housemates

Well-connected: According to a report by 7NEWS on Monday, Google Assistant users can ask a question about the reality series and get a response from Big Brother. Pictured, this year’s housemates

Speaking to 7NEWS, the show’s host Sonia Kruger revealed the housemates will have ‘no secrets’ from each other on this year’s season.

The 54-year-old TV presenter said housemates will know exactly who nominated them for eviction, making things ‘a little bit awkward’ in the house.

‘There’s a certain degree of paranoia that goes on in the house, especially if 65 cameras are following your every move,’ she added.

All out in the open: Speaking to 7NEWS, Sonia revealed the housemates will have 'no secrets' from each other on this year's season

All out in the open: Speaking to 7NEWS, Sonia revealed the housemates will have ‘no secrets’ from each other on this year’s season

And Sonia confessed someone will be evicted from the house every episode.  

‘Imagine coming in after being chosen from 53,000 people, and in the first episode there’s a nomination challenge and someone goes home,’ she said, adding, ‘You’d be gutted.’

Big Brother premieres Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

He's always watching: 'There's a certain degree of paranoia that goes on in the house, especially if 65 cameras are following your every move,' said Sonia

He’s always watching: ‘There’s a certain degree of paranoia that goes on in the house, especially if 65 cameras are following your every move,’ said Sonia

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