Celebrity Big Brother 2017 has reportedly been thrown into chaos after another star quit.
Real Housewives of Cheshire star Dawn Ward is said to have pulled out just a day before launch night.
It's apparently left producers desperate to find a last minute replacement.
“Dawn has decided not to take part in the show at the very last minute," a source told The Sun newspaper. “She may have done reality TV in the past but she got cold feet about doing CBB.
“The shows bosses are desperately trying to find someone to fill her boots – which will be a hard task considering she’s such a character.”
Dawn is reportedly the FOURTH housemate to depart this year's line up before the series even begins.
The new series of Celebrity Big Brother launches this Tuesday night on Channel 5 and the line up is said to have changed quite a bit from what was first planned.
TOWIE's Pete Wicks, who was said to have signed up, has instead now turned down a place on Celebrity Big Brother, The Sun previously reported.
TV presenter John Leslie is also said to have left the line up having "signed on only to pull out".
And 'Human Ken doll' Rodrigo Alves has supposedly withdrawn from the show in order to have more surgery.
"Roddy was due to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house in 2018, but then things got moved around and he was scheduled to join the next series starting in August," a source told OK! magazine.
They added: "But now, he's decided to go off around the world and party for a month and also get some more surgery on his nose which he has wanted for a very long time."
Those who still set to join the CBB house include YouTuber Trisha Paytas, X Factor's Amelia Lily, Gogglebox’s Sandi Bogle, TV psychic Derek Acorah and Absolutely Fabulous star Helen Lederer and Girls Aloud's Sarah Harding.
More rumoured Celebrity Big Brother 2017 housemates are Ex On The Beach star Jemma Lucy, Made In Chelsea's Sam Thompson, Mob Wives' star Marissa Jade and daughter of Chris de Burgh and model Rosanna Davison
Celebrity Big Brother 2017 launches on Tuesday, August 1 at 9PM on Channel 5.