Three famous faces and previous Celebrity Big Brother housemates are heading into the Big Brother house as part of the VIP task.
Gemma Collins, Nicola McLean and Marnie Simpson are all going to be making an entrance to help out in the special task which is set to air tomorrow night.
The trio definitely caused drama when they were each in the house so this is going to be exciting!
A Big Brother spokesperson revealed: “For this week’s shopping task, Big Brother has invited Celebrity Big Brother favourites Nicola, Marnie and Gemma to stay in the house.
“The housemates will have to earn their keep as they struggle to cater to the whims and diva demands of the VIP guests.”
It seems the show’s bosses are keen to spice things up as fears have risen that reality show rival Love Island is starting to heat up.
A source told The Sun: “Producers are very aware that Love Island is shaping up to be the series of the summer so they are pulling out all the stops to sex up the show.
“Marnie will enter the house tonight to take part in the shopping task, and the housemates won’t know what’s hit them.
“It’s going to be a huge TV moment and is sure to get the housemates and viewers in a real frenzy.
“Marnie knows that house inside out, and she knows how to make great telly.”
The reality star appeared on the Channel 5 show last year and entertained viewers with her romance with fellow housemate Lewis Bloor.
The Geordie lass managed to bag fourth place on the show.
Joining Gemma and Marnie is glamour model Nicola McLean.
Nicola appeared on this year’s show and was also a housemate back in 2012.
The feisty model became one of the most memorable housemates following her several rows with fellow housemate Kim Woodburn.
The 35-year-old also had multiple run-ins with Jedward over their “childish” behaviour.
Nicola made it through to the final and ended in fifth place.
So far on the show the housemates have already had massive arguments, one has quit, and one has been evicted.
Controversial Arthur Fulford chose to leave the house after reportedly being bullied during his time there.
Despite only being on the show for one week Arthur found himself at the centre of several heated rows.
Speaking to The Sun he admitted: “It all became way too much. I felt bullied and isolated. But at the same time I didn’t want to allow myself to become a victim.
“I knew what I was doing the whole time, winding people up, but it didn’t come from a place of malice.
“Every year Big Brother has a ‘cool group’ consisting of the young, good looking models. They treat the rest of us as their inferiors and that infuriated me!”
Big Brother continues tonight at 10pm on Channel 5.