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Sonia Kruger reveals how Channel Seven is keeping Big Brother VIP Covid safe


Sonia Kruger reveals how Channel Seven is keeping Big Brother VIP Covid-safe with stringent testing as they film the star-studded reality show amid Sydney’s lockdown

Sonia Kruger is in the middle of filming Big Brother VIP.

And on Saturday, she revealed how Channel Seven’s team are keeping the filming of the show Covid safe as the Delta variant outbreak ravages Sydney.

The 55-year-old told TV Tonight that production amid the pandemic has not been without its challenges. 

Safety first: Sonia Kruger (pictured) revealed how Channel Seven is keeping Big Brother VIP Covid safe as they film the star-studded reality show amid Sydney’s lockdown. She said: ‘we’re COVID tested every three days’

‘We’re in the middle of shooting Big Brother VIP and so we’re COVID tested every three days,’ she said.

‘We’ve created a bubble, so I’m glad that we can continue on because there are so many people who need the work. So we’re lucky in that regard,’ she added. 

Sonia also hinted at the features of the new Big Brother house in Sydney’s Olympic Park, after the showed was forced to move out of the Manly set.

'It is fabulous': Sonia also hinted at the features of the new Big Brother house in Sydney's Olympic Park, saying: 'It's befitting of the VIP status'

‘It is fabulous’: Sonia also hinted at the features of the new Big Brother house in Sydney’s Olympic Park, saying: ‘It’s befitting of the VIP status’

‘It is fabulous. There’s stuff I really want to tell you, but I can’t. It’s befitting of the VIP status, obviously, that VIPs would be looking for,’ she teased.

The Manly complex that housed contestants during the 2020 and 2021 seasons was demolished in January, shortly after filming wrapped late last year.

Producers were forced to find a new location after being served an eviction notice by the National Parks and Wildlife Service due to concerns for local wildlife. 

International names: Among the celebs known to have entered the house when filming began last week include Caitlyn Jenner (pictured), Meghan Markle's estranged brother Thomas Markle Jr. and former advisor to President Donald Trump, Omarosa Manigault Newman

International names: Among the celebs known to have entered the house when filming began last week include Caitlyn Jenner (pictured), Meghan Markle’s estranged brother Thomas Markle Jr. and former advisor to President Donald Trump, Omarosa Manigault Newman

Aussie names: As well as local names such as Married At First Sight's Jessika Power (pictured), Australian Survivor favourite Luke Toki and AFL footballer Dayne Beams

Aussie names: As well as local names such as Married At First Sight’s Jessika Power (pictured), Australian Survivor favourite Luke Toki and AFL footballer Dayne Beams

Among the celebs known to have entered the house when filming began last week include Caitlyn Jenner, Meghan Markle’s estranged brother Thomas Markle Jr. and former advisor to President Donald Trump, Omarosa Manigault Newman.

As well as local names such as Married At First Sight’s Jessika Power, Australian Survivor favourite Luke Toki and AFL footballer Dayne Beams.

Additional stars include Kyle Sandilands’ ex-girlfriend Imogen Anthony, NRL star Matt Cooper, and actors Bernard Curry and Ellie Gonsalves. 

More locals: Additional stars include Kyle Sandilands' ex-girlfriend Imogen Anthony (pictured), NRL star Matt Cooper, and actors Bernard Curry and Ellie Gonsalves

More locals: Additional stars include Kyle Sandilands’ ex-girlfriend Imogen Anthony (pictured), NRL star Matt Cooper, and actors Bernard Curry and Ellie Gonsalves 

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