Jim Davidson reveals talks with Channel 5 to bring back Big Break

Jim Davidson has revealed he is talks to revive his snooker-based game show Big Break.

The 60-year-old comedian is hoping to revive his TV career after winning Celebrity Big Brother and revealed the may be bringing back the popular Saturday night game show, which originally ran on BBC One between 1991 and 2002.

Jim told The Sun: "Channel 5 are keen to work with me and build on the success of Big Brother. We are discussing a couple of formats. The favourite is Big Break and I'd be up for that."

Snooker player John Virgo, 68, was also a regular star on the show.

And Jim also revealed he is considering taking part in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! after his recent reality TV success.

He tweeted (opens in new tab): "Think I'll go for the double and do the jungle! What d'yer think?"

 

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