This year the fight over the beds on Big Brother will be more dramatic than ever.
Channel 5 this week released house pictures of the new look bungalow, which features two bedrooms.
One is luxurious, the other... not quite so.
Housemates will be split up between the two bedrooms although quite how it will be decided who sleeps where remains to be seen.
The house is also said to be hiding a potentially nasty secret.
"The Big Brother UK house this series is one of Britain's best kept villages," teased Bit On The Side's Rylan Clark Neal. "We've got cottages, shops... it's very different, it's the most different I've seen it."
Rylan went on to add cryptically: "But is everything as it seems?
"We promise to reflect all aspects of Britain..."
It was reported this week that us viewers will be the ones in control of just who enters the house on Monday night.
An election themed twist to this year's launch will apparently see prospective housemates pitch themselves to us fans before we vote for their favourites.
"Big Brother bosses are really running with the election fever of the country this year and mocking up housemates as political party leaders," a source told The Sun newspaper.
They continued: "Like a real-life politician the hopeful housemates will have to convince the public to vote for them with a convincing speech.
“It will all be filmed live so they will be under pressure not to fluff up their speeches. It will be an exciting twist to the opening night shenanigans.”
A Channel 5 spokesperson wasn't giving much away, teasing: “Viewers will have to tune in next week to find out more."
The channel previously promised that the new series will be "the ultimate social experiment" when it launches next month.
Describing Big Brother 18 as a "must-watch culture clash of modern Britain," the channel teased: "At a time of political upheaval and tough questions about unity in the UK, Big Brother brings you an alternative look at Britain."
Emma Willis will host the LIVE Big Brother launch on Monday night, June 5, from 8:30PM.