New pictures have revealed what little now remains of the iconic Big Brother house.
The reality TV abode has been razed to the ground, following the cancellation of the show by Channel 5 last year.
The house had been in-situ at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood since the third series of Big Brother in 2002, but is now all-but gone.
Only the back parts of the house and garden – which were rebuilt in 2008 – now remain, as builders have worked to flatten the building.
In a picture shared by Twitter user @Big_Rob_Mac, the devastation left by the demolition can be seen, with rubble and parts of the house strewn across the site.
Other photos shared on the social media accounts of Big Brother fansites bbspy and Big Blagger also show how the process has unfolded.