Ann Widdecombe has been confirmed to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house this evening on Channel 5.
Channel 5 have managed to secure controversial 70-year-old, Ann Widdecombe, as a last-minute addition to the CBB lineup.
Big Brother bosses are hoping that Ann will stir up plenty of drama while she’s in the house with her strong opinions.
The former Tory politician isn’t a fan of reality stars and has criticised modern day feminists in the past.
Channel 5 have told TwitCelebGossip that “housemates will be confirmed tonight once on screen.”
So far, Boris Johnson’s sister Rachel Johnson is the only celebrity to be confirmed by Channel 5 ahead of launch.
Other rumoured celebrities to enter the Big Brother house on Tuesday evening are: Ex On The Beach star Jess Impiazzi, Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Malika Haqq and actress Amanda Barrie.
Made In Chelsea’s Ashley James, Tattoo Fixers star Paisley Billings and ITV newsreader India Willoughby also been linked to this year’s lineup.
British Conservative Party politician Charlotte Leslie, The Apprentice’s Elizabeth McKenna, Gogglebox star Sandra Martin and R&B star Ginuwine have been tipped to enter as well.
Celebrity Big Brother will launch with an all-female house and they will initially explore how the female housemates interact, from politicians to performing artists, ahead of the celebrity male housemates.
It has been revealed that the all-female twist will only last 4 days.
Celebrity Big Brother have gone for a luxury house this year, it has been said Channel 5 bosses spent £250k redecorating the house.
Celebrity Big Brother 2018 launches on Channel 5 on 2 January at 9PM.