Down Under, Big Brother Uncut Told To Cover Up
The new version of Australia's Big Brother, called Big Brother Uncut, has conservatives in that country outraged at the extent of the on-camera nudity and sexual activity between the contestants.
MP Trish Draper: "What we basically have is pornography and full frontal nudity on television at a time when children are watching. These people have an aspiration to be porn stars."
Both the Australian and British versions of the show go further with on-camera nudity than the American version which is heavily censored. Not even the 24/7 video feeds shown to U.S. internet subscribers reveal extended shots featuring full-frontal footage of contestants showering.