The First Celebrity To Enter The Big Brother House Has Been Revealed
This may have been an accidental announcement...
The new series of Celebrity Big Brother is almost upon us! The next set of mostly unknown "celebrities" will enter the hear-all, see-all house on July 28th, just days after the current "regular" Big Brother contestants depart.
It only seems like a couple of months ago since Geordie Shore's Scotty T was crowned the winner of the last season and of course how could we forget all the drama between Jeremy McConnell and Stephanie Davis!
There has been many rumours about who will be included in the newest batch of celebs to appear on the fly on the wall show. Today the first contestant to appear to be confirmed is Beth Chapman, the wife of 'Dog The Bounty Hunter' aka Duane Chapman.
Channel 5 have yet to confirm any housemates but Beth's official Twitter account seemed to reveal the news:
BETH WILL BE ENTERING THE BIG BROTHER HOUSE WHEN THE NEW SERIES LAUNCHES NEXT WEEK IN THE UK !!! https://t.co/1lUm5Ynvxs— Beth Chapman (@MrsdogC) July 19, 2016
A source told the Sun: "Getting Beth for the new series is a real coup for Channel 5, as reality stars go, she’s one of the world’s most recognisable, and she’s guaranteed to make great telly."
"She catches criminals for a living, she’s not going to tolerate any z-lister hissy fits and egos from her new housemates."
Other celebrities rumoured to enter the house include Azealia Banks, Sarah Harding, Helen Flanagan, Big Narstie, Katie Waissel, Stephen Bear and Tulisa who apparently has been offered £500,000 to star on the show as she prepares to re-launch her career.
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