An all-female Celebrity Big Brother house will reportedly only last FOUR days, then the male housemates will enter.
Channel 5 confirmed a never-seen-before twist for the launch of Celebrity Big Brother 2018, the brand new series will begin with an all-female cast.
Celebrity Big Brother will initially explore how the all-female housemates interact, from politicians to performing artists, as they enter the house first, ahead of the celebrity male housemates.
There has been speculation on how long the new twist would last for, but many thought the all-female house will last at least a week.
According to The Sun, the twist will only last four days.
“The show will be women only for four days and then we’ll eventually let some male company in,” a source told the paper.
“After spending nearly a week forming female bonds and establishing relationships and roles in the house, we’re expecting the boys to really shake up the dynamics – and we’ve got some big personalities entering.”
A teaser was released a week ago by Channel 5 revealing the new twist, it read: “In January 2018, as the nation marks 100 years since women won the right to vote for the very first time, Celebrity Big Brother launches this series with an all-female cast of celebrity housemates in a salute to a centenary of women’s suffrage on Channel 5.”
Channel 5 usually keep the Celebrity Big Brother lineup secret until the launch day, although an announcement was made a week before launch confirming a housemate.
Boris Johnson’s sister Rachel is the first housemate to be confirmed for Celebrity Big Brother 2018.
No more celebrities have been confirmed by Channel 5, although a lot have been rumoured.
The Apprentice 2017 candidate Andrew Brady has been tipped to enter the house.
Other tipped celebrities include Tattoo Fixers’ Paisley Billings, Love Island’s Jonny Mitchell, Boris Johnson’s sister Rachel, the UK’s first transgender newsreader India Willoughby, American R&B singer Ginuwine and Made In Chelsea’s Louise Thompson.
Celebrity Big Brother 2018 launches on Channel 5 on 2 January at 9PM.