The bosses at Celebrity Big Brother have promised an explosive new series in January.
For the first time ever, we’ll see an all-female line-up of celebs enter the house to try to outlast the competition.
And Channel 5 have today released a series of images showing that the celebrities won’t be disappointed in their new lodgings.
The cast, rumoured to include “Wayne Rooney party girl” Laura Simpson as well as Louise Thompson from Made in Chelsea, will be spending their time in the house in the lap of luxury.
This year’s house includes its own steamy sauna, with Nordic-style wood panelling throughout.
There’s also a lounge with a cosy fireplace, and an outdoor seating area complete with heaters and plush throws.
In fact, the whole house definitely has a scandi-cool, alpine vibe to it.
The free-standing bathtub in the bathroom also has a luxury sofa nearby, in case anybody fancies dropping in for a chat while someone’s having a soak.
Channel 5 say the new series, presented by Emma Willis, will “initially explore how the all-female housemates interact, from politicians to performing artists, as they enter the house first, ahead of the celebrity male housemates.”
The all-female angle comes as the nation marks 100 years since women won the right to vote for the first time, marking CBB’s salute to a centenary of woman’s suffrage.
Over the course of the series, as more male counterparts enter the house, the housemates will take part in a series of tasks and hidden experiments to challenge gender stereotypes.
Although the series is due to kick off in January, Channel 5 are remaining so far tight-lipped on who the contestants will be.
Other rumoured entrants include retail expert Mary Portas, and Ultimo underwear founder Michelle Mone.
Big Brother’s Bit on the Side will again be presented by Rylan Clark-Neal, who recently revealed he was taking a break from his showbiz hosting on This Morning.