The new series of Celebrity Big Brother is a mere few days away, and the rumour mill is in full swing about who will appear in the house.
Boris Johnson's sister Rachel, is the first contestant to be confirmed, and the show's bosses have announced that CBB will launch an all-female house to mark 100 years since women won the right to vote in Britain.
However, in true Big Brother style fans can expect plenty of twists and turns along the way.
Male contestants will be introduced to the house later on in the series, but as ever Channel 5 is keeping tight-lipped about the line-up.
Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming series, including when it starts and who is rumoured to be going in.
When does it start?
Celebrity Big Brother will start on Tuesday, January 2 at 9pm on Channel 5.
There are two series of the celeb version each year, with former Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding winning the most recent one this summer. There is also a spin-off show which airs directly after, called Celebrity Big Brother's Bit On The Side, it is hosted by Rylan Clark-Neal who is a former CBB winner.
Emma Willis will return to reprise her hosting duties.
Boris Johnson's sister, Rachel has confirmed she will be appearing in this year's series, the news was announced on the official Big Brother UK Twitter page.
The post read: "We can confirm that journalist @RachelSJohnson will be one of the female Celebrity Big Brother housemates entering the House live at 9pm, Tuesday 2nd January on @channel5_tv #CBB."
The 52-year-old journalist also confirmed the news in her column for the Mail on Sunday, writing: "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."
Rachel will be following in her father Stanley's footsteps, who recently appeared in I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here on ITV.
The former Gogglebox star has confirmed she's 'excited' to join the new series. She retweeted a fan wishing her luck, the post read:"Can't wait to watch u in #CBB so excited my luv. Cook up some rice peas n jerk chicken show yer house mates how its done (sic)."
Just yesterday the 54-year-old denied she would be taking part in the new series, but has since taken a U turn.
Her fellow Gogglebox companion Sandy Channer, was a CBB contestant last year.
The Made In Chelsea star is rumoured to be entering this year's house, she rose to fame on the reality TV show after her high profile romance with the then resident bad boy Spencer Matthews.
The 27-year-old is a fitness fanatic and regularly posts pictures of her workouts on Instagram, alongside her boyfriend Ryan Libbey.
Her younger brother Sam was in the last series of CBB, where he was involved in a brief romance with the singer Amelia Lily.
The 80s pop star, is famously known as Simon Cowell's ex-girlfriend.
Sinitta, 54, has regularly appeared on the X Factor during the Judges' House part of the competition, where she has helped the music mogul choose which hopefuls will go through to the next round.
At the beginning of September the singer confirmed she will be releasing an autobiography, detailing her rise to fame as well as her high profile romances, which also include Brad Pitt, as well as Simon.
The internet is rife with rumours that the former The Apprentice contestant will enter the all-female house.
Elizabeth, 37, heavily hinted she could be going in when speaking to Digital Spy, she said: "I would consider it. I'm a huge fan of Celebrity Big Brother and it's flattering to be thought of in that way.”
The former Coronation Street actress is said to be in talks with show bosses, according to The Mirror .
Speaking to The Mirror, an insider said: "Producers have been arranging a meeting with Shobna's agents in hope of getting her on the show next month.
"Nothing is confirmed yet but they're very interested."
As well as playing Sunita Alahan in the popular ITV soap, the 51-year-old also appeared in Victoria Wood's Dinnerladies.
The ex-Tory MP is rumoured to have secured a six-figure sum for her appearance in the upcoming series.
Charlotte, 39, will follow in a long line of MPs who have swapped Westminster for reality TV, including Ed Balls who appeared on Strictly Come Dancing in 2016, Tory MP Michael Fabricant who was on a celebrity edition of First Dates and George Galloway who was in CBB in 2006 - he was most remembered for his imitation of a cat pretending to lick cream out of the hands of actress Rula Lenska.
India, 51, is the first transgender newscaster in Britain and has appeared on Loose Women to talk about her experience of transitioning.
She was born as Jonathan Willoughby and has worked as a TV reporter at ITV Border, as well as being a news presenter in the North East and Cumbria.
The men . . .
Although it is an all-female house this series, some male contestants will be introduced throughout the show. These are the men rumoured to be going in . . .
The Only Way Is Essex (TOWIE) regular, 29, could be swapping his glamorous lifestyle for a stint on the show.
Pete split with his girlfriend Megan McKenna this year and their messy break-up was heavily documented on TOWIE.
Megan, 25, was a contestant on CBB in 2016 and was briefly removed from the house after a foul-mouthed rant directed at fellow housemates Tiffany Pollard and John Partridge.
Another Essex native, Jonny rose to fame as a contestant on ITV's Love Island this summer.
The 26-year-old didn't go down well with fans when he dumped fellow Islander Camilla Thurlow.
Jonny recently split up with Made In Chelsea star Stephanie Pratt. It's believed that Channel 5 show bosses want him to spice things up in the house.
The 26-year-old appeared on The Apprentice this year, and was fired in week eight of the series. He currently works in the in the aerospace industry.