CELEBRITY Big Brother’s Donny Tourette looks very different 16 years after the show.
He is perhaps best remembered jumping the wall after learning that Jade Goody was on the series with her mother Jackiey.
Donny – the frontman of the punk rock band Towers of London – said at the time: “I’m not waiting tooth and nail for some idiot and his family.”
Steps’ Ian “H” Watkins gave the Liverpool-born singer a chance to scale the garden wall.
Almost two decades later, he was spotted roller skating in California.
Donny seems very relaxed and has shed his rocker uniform of dark sunglasses, hipster shirts, black leather jacket and skinny jeans.
In a recent video, he wore yellow shorts and a blue Nike top while skating in the glorious sunshine.
Donny smiled for the camera and played the Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations” over his clip.
Gone was his signature hairdo of bleached spikes, and so was his dark stubble.
Donny is still a member of the Towers of London and the band released a song called Let It Be and an EP, Jump, last year.
They said on their Instagram: “We recently had our music played on a TNT series called ‘Animal Kingdom.’ The song is called ‘Jump’ and it’s on our new EP! Thanks to everyone who made this possible @thunderdog1972 @pdhmix @stevieplaysguitar_ @thomdurrant @theoldciderpress.
The first season of Big Brother first aired over 20 years ago, in 2000.
AJ Odudu and Will Best were recently announced as the show’s brand new hosts.
But Big Brother is moving to a new home on ITV after the series originally aired on Channel 4 and then Channel 5.
In his first interview since taking over the gig, Will spoke exclusively to The Sun and announced a major change to the format.
He revealed the brand new housemates and the show will look different than the last series on Channel 5.
Will said, “It’s about being real people again.”
“The emphasis is that it’s an entertainment show, but it’s going to be fun and funny, with all the emotion and reality that you get on Big Brother.”
Davina McCall first hosted Big Brother on Channel 4 from 2000 to 2010 before her former roommate Brian Dowling took over the presenting duties when the show moved to Channel 5 the following year.