Eight housemates have entered the Celebrity Big Brother on Tuesday evening, it’s time to meet some of the cast.
It’s a new year, and that can only mean one thing… The return of Celebrity Big Brother.
Emma Willis is back to host the fly-on-the-wall fun, revealing the fresh group of famous personalities who will have their every word and move recorded for the enjoyment of the viewing public.
This year, the first group of residents are all women, to mark the 100th anniversary of women over 30 being given the vote.
CBB will initially explore how the all-female housemates interact in a man-free zone.
Meet this year’s Celebrity Big Brother housemates
Ann Widdecombe is a former Conservative Party Politician, author and owner of many controversial opinions and beliefs.
Ashley James is a social influencer, DJ and TV presenter who first rose to fame when she appeared on Made in Chelsea. Since then, she began concentrating on her music career as a DJ.
India Willoughby is Britain’s first transgender television newsreader and the first transpanellist on Loose Women.
Malika Haqq is a US reality TV star who is best known for appearing on Keeping Up With The Kardashians and being the best friend of Khloe Kardashian.
Rachel, 52, was born in London in September 1965 – She’s the sister of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Margaret Oliver is a former detective constable in Greater Manchester Police (GMP).
Jessis best known for appearing on MTV reality show Ex on the Beach.
Amanda Barrie, 82, is an English actress (and the oldest CBB housemate, ever), she’s most famously known for being in Corrie for two decades.
More celebrities will enter the house during Friday’s live show.
Celebrity Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.