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Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Daniel Gorringe has started looking at engagement rings

Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Not all bad news! Daniel Gorringe has already started looking at engagement rings with girlfriend Ana CannonBy

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Big Brother EXCLUSIVE: Not all bad news! Daniel Gorringe has already started looking at engagement rings with girlfriend Ana Cannon

Daniel Gorringe unfortunately didn’t secure enough votes to win Big Brother Australia on Wednesday’s live finale.

But he claims he’s already won big in love thanks to the series.

The former AFL player, 28, told Daily Mail Australia that the experience brought him closer to girlfriend Ana Cannon.

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Not all bad news! Big Brother runner-up Daniel Gorringe (left) has already started looking at engagement rings with girlfriend Ana Cannon

Not all bad news! Big Brother runner-up Daniel Gorringe (left) has already started looking at engagement rings with girlfriend Ana Cannon

Reuniting with Ana in recent months, Daniel said both know they want to spend the rest of their lives together.

‘The distance away from each other and the break prior to the show was probably the best thing that could have happened to us,’ he said.

Daniel added: ‘I’ve been showing rings to her that she might like. Look, of course we’ve discussed it, and both have come to the realisation we want to spend our lives with each other.’ 

‘I’ve been showing rings to her that she might like’: Reuniting with Ana (left) in recent months, Daniel (right) said both know they want to spend the rest of their lives together

'I want you forever and ever and ever for every single day': During av brief exchange on Big Brother, Daniel told Ana (right) of his desire to make her his wife when he left the series

‘I want you forever and ever and ever for every single day’: During av brief exchange on Big Brother, Daniel told Ana (right) of his desire to make her his wife when he left the series

During Big Brother’s special COVID-19 lockdown episode, Daniel told Ana of his desire to make her his wife. 

‘I want to marry you. I want you for my whole life. I want you forever and ever and ever- for every single day,’ the star said in an emotional call from the diary room. 

Daniel had previously said if he had won the cash prize he would put a deposit down for a house in Melbourne with his Ana.  

'I'm excited for the next chapter. I don't want to be Dan from Big Brother in five years,' he said

‘I’m excited for the next chapter. I don’t want to be Dan from Big Brother in five years,’ he said

THEN: Retired AFL star Ryan 'Fitzy' Fitzgerald was on Big Brother Australia's season four. Pictured: 2004

‘I have great respect for him’: Dan hopes to follow in the footsteps of former AFL star Ryan ‘Fitzy’ Fitzgerald, who transitioned from Big Brother to a media career in the mid-2000s

Now that the show is over, Daniel says he’s excited to start his next chapter. 

‘I don’t want to be Dan from Big Brother in five years’ time. I want to be something bigger and better than that.

‘I’m not going to sit back and hope things fall into place. I’ve been lucky to be given a platform at the moment, so I’d love to entertain on a bigger platform, whether that’s TV or radio. I’ll be working very hard to make it happen.’

Dan hopes to follow in the footsteps of former AFL star Ryan ‘Fitzy’ Fitzgerald, who transitioned from Big Brother to a media career in the mid-2000s.

‘To see his career now and what he’s done as a public figure, I really like who he is as a person and have great respect for him… hopefully people will forget I’m Dan from Big Brother and I’ll be Dan from something else,’ he said. 

Winner! Model Chad Hurst (pictured) was crowned the winner of Big Brother Australia 2020 on Wednesday's live finale

Winner! Model Chad Hurst (pictured) was crowned the winner of Big Brother Australia 2020 on Wednesday’s live finale

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