Rylan ‘set to host huge new ITV show’ as bookies dramatically slash odds

RYLAN has been tipped to host a huge new ITV show after bookies dramatically slashed their odds.

The TV presenter, 34, has become the new favourite to host Big Brother when it returns later this year.

Rylan Clark has been tipped to host Big Brother this yearChannel 5Channel 5The presenter’s odds have been slashed to 2/1[/caption]

ITVBig Brother is returning to ITV2 this autumn[/caption]

ITV previously announced they were reviving the beloved reality series after a five-year hiatus.

And, according to bookmaker Ladbrokes, Rylan could be welcoming a new batch of housemates in autumn.

He is just 2/1 with the bookies to become the new face of Big Brother.

It comes after he dramatically quit Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two in a shock announcement earlier this week.

A spokesperson for Ladbrokes said: “Rylan’s just cleared his diary for this autumn, and the odds suggest there’s every chance he’s making room for the BB presenting gig.”

Fans have already speculated he quit Strictly as it clashes with filming commitments for Big Brother.

Rylan, who shot to fame on X Factor, is no stranger to BB having won the celebrity version in 2013 and presenting its spin-off series Big Brother’s Bit on the Side.

However, he faces stiff competition after The Sun previously revealed AJ Odudu was in the final stages of signing on the dotted line for the hosting gig.

Meanwhile, Big Brother’s reboot has been thrown into chaos after its new house has fallen through.

The Sun was first to report how the reality TV show was pushed back from spring to autumn in the first in a series of delays.

Now we can exclusively reveal that schedule delay has created an additional nightmare for show bosses as the house in which they had planned to shoot the series has also fallen through – due to the change in timetable.

An insider has told us: “Production thought they had found the perfect location to shoot the new series in, but the show being pushed back by so many months meant the place they wanted was no longer available at that time.

“It’s been a real blow as bosses have had to go back to the drawing board, and it’s another headache for the show as the delay already messed with crew availability and annoyed some production staff who had their contracts paused or cancelled.”

InstagramThe news comes after Rylan announced he had quit Strictly: It Takes Two[/caption]