The male housemates have entered the Celebrity Big Brother on Friday evening, it’s time to meet the men.
The new series of Celebrity Big Brother kicked off earlier this week with an all-female lineup.
8 women entered the CBB house on Tuesday, three days later it’s time for them to meet the male housemates.
The females entered three days early to mark the 100th anniversary of women over 30 being given the vote.
As Big Brother producers have now explored how the all-female housemates interact in a man-free zone, it’s time to switch things up.
Meet this year’s male Celebrity Big Brother housemates
Football legend John Barnes has entered the CBB house. It was confirmed a few days ago by Channel 5 that John would enter the house – He plans to befriend Ann Widdecombe.
Courtney Act, whose real name is Shane Gilberto Jenek, is an Australian drag queen and TV personality. Courtney’s entry into the Big Brother house didn’t go to plan.
Shane, 41, is best known for being a member of boyband Boyzone.
Jonny, 26, is a business director hailing from Essex and best known for being on Love Island.
Comedian Dapper Laughs has entered the CBB house. The controversial character ‘Dapper Laughs’ is known for his popular Facebook and Vine videos.
Ballet legend and one of Britain’s most famous dancers, Wayne Sleep, 69, has entered CBB.
Andrew Brady, 26, is a Project Engineer from Sheffield. Andrew is best known for appearing on BBC’s The Apprentice.
The music legend, whose real name is Elgin Baylor Lumpkin has entered the CBB house. Ginuwine was a top-selling R&B artist in the 1990s.
The boys above will now live with MP Ann Widdecombe, Made In Chelsea’s Ashley James, Britain’s first transgender newsreader India Willoughby, Corrie actress Amanda Barrie, Ex On The Beach’s Jess Impiazzi, Khloe Kardashian’s BFF Malika Haqq, former Detective Constable Maggie Oliver, and journalist Rachel Johnson.
Celebrity Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.