Outspoken mummy blogger Zoe George joins Big Brother reboot

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Zoe George is the outspoken Greek Australian mummy blogger who is set to appear on Channel Seven’s highly anticipated Big Brother reboot.

In a promotional video for the show, Zoe, who’s blog goes by the ironic name The Subtle Mummy, is heard admitting she’s “as subtle as a brick in the face” because “she tells it like it is.”

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Zoe can deal with kids at home, but how will she cope with 19 housemates? #BBAU, this June on @Channel7.

Posted by Big Brother Australia on Wednesday, 20 May 2020

And that’s exactly what viewers can expect to see when the 39-year-old enters the Big Brother house next month.

“My whole life people have always said I’m funny and I would be good on Big Brother,” Zoe told Perth Now.

Zoe George documents her family life on her The Subtle Mummy blog. Source: @thesubtlemummy

“When (the show) went off, I thought that option was done forever. When it came back on, loads of people sent me the link to apply, so I did. I want Australia to see a regular mum-of-two can be fun.”

Zoe is mum to Ari and Ambrosia, and wife to Bob. She regularly documents their family life to her 17,400 Instagram followers.

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