We thought we weren’t going to get the full lineup of the new series of Celebrity Big Brother until the contestants enter the house later on tonight.
But viewers have been treated to a sneak peek of who’s suspected to be going in for three weeks of round-the-clock surveillance!
The Sun has reportedly seen the official list of who’s going in, and who won’t be.
As you’ll be aware by now, all of the housemates who’ll be entering the house tonight will be female.
This marks 100 years of the suffragette movement and women being given the right to vote.
According to The Sun, the first entrant is glamour model and former Ex on the Beach contestant Jess Impiazzi.
A source told the paper: “Jess is best known as a glamour girl, but she has strong views and thinks women should celebrate their bodies.”
Also set to enter the house is Ann Widdecombe, who’s no stranger to reality TV.
The former Conservative politician has appeared in Celebrity Fit Club, Strictly Come Dancing, 24 Hours in the Past and Sugar Free Farm.
Also entering will be Boris Johnson’s sister Rachel Johnson – no doubt spurred on by their dad Stanley Johnson’s performance in the I’m A Celebrity jungle in December.
Rachel confirmed her participation last week, writing in her Daily Mail column: “I’m going into the actual Big Brother House. For real. I know. Believe me, I know.
“I am a firm believer that you only regret the things in life you don’t do, not the things you do do.”
They’ll be joined by TV reporter India Willoughby, Keeping up with the Kardashians star Malika Haqq – aka Khloe Kardashian’s best friend – and Made in Chelsea’s Ashley James.
TV legend Amanda Barrie, 82, will also reportedly be entering and will be the oldest housemate by some distance.
She became famous in the 1960s in Carry On films, and then cemented her status as a national treasure thanks to nearly two decades on Coronation Street, playing Alma.
Reports say that as well as these seven, an eighth female entrant – who isn’t a celebrity – will be popping in, too.
According to The Mirror, this will supposedly be former Detective Constable Maggie Oliver, who rose to prominence after her battle to expose a horrific grooming ring in Rochdale was turned into the BBC drama, Three Girls, last year.
And on Friday, show producers will reportedly drop a testosterone bomb on the house in the form of seven celebrity men.
So there you have it!
We’ll see if Channel 5 have any more surprises to spring on us at the launch tonight…