Big Brother have revealed who will be entering the house on Monday, and there’s an eclectic bunch of people so far.
Of course they’ve got a few reality TV rejects thrown in for good measure, along with Louis Spence’s nephew.
They are some of the six contestants, including a couple, who have been named ahead of the new line-up of hopefuls entering the crazy house next week.
Lotan Carter, of Essex, starred alongside his uncle Spence on Pineapple Dance Studios and now forms part of dance group Dreamboys.
The lothario seems to fancy himself a bit, as he said he never struggled to get female attention.
The 28-year-old dancer said: “I want to lay it all bare and put myself through the test.”
Another fun fact about Lotan – he’s insured his penis for a staggering £12 million.
Also 28, clothing concession manager Kayleigh Morris, of Port Talbot, said she was keen to see if she would “sink or swim” in her latest stint on reality television.
She’s already appeared on Ex On The Beach, so she’s going to love being in front of the cameras in the house.
Childhood sweethearts Imran and Sukhvinder Javeed, of Leeds, join the show after telling how their different backgrounds meant their relationship was initially frowned upon.
Raised in a strict Sikh family, Sukhvinder, 38, plans to represent “the black sheep of the communities” and said: “Mums are the unsung heroes of the world.”
Meanwhile, 39-year-old Imran aims to “show the UK what a modern Muslim looks like”.
Plus, Sukvinder is an inventor so she is going to have some pretty cool ideas in the house, no doubt.
Her other half added: “I want to show my children how to be a good person,” he said.
“I want to be an example to the next generation as well and let them know it’s not all about social media.”
Next on the list are single London sisters Deborah and Hannah Agboola.
Hannah, 23, currently holds the title of Miss Nigeria UK and hopes to inspire young people to turn away from crime and encourage UK-born Nigerians to “embrace their culture”.
Equally strong-willed, Deborah, 25, said her ambitious nature is thanks to her mother’s mantra: “If you want the sweetest banana, you have to climb the highest tree.”
We love the sound of them already.
The show kicks off on Channel 5 on Monday 5th June at 8.30pm.
We can’t wait!