Celebrity Big Brother 2017 housemates REVEALED: Meet the cast

Celebrity Big Brother line up summer confirmed

The Celebrity Big Brother 2017 cast for this summer has been officially CONFIRMED!

Tonight saw the live launch of the summer CBB 2017 as Emma Willis introduced us to the line up of 15 brand new all star housemates.


And there was a twist in the tail as Big Brother sprung a prank on the group and one housemate in particular.

But just who is in the house for the next month? Here is the confirmed line up as they entered live this evening.

Celebrity Big Brother 2017 cast CONFIRMED

Shaun Williamson: Ex EastEnders actor.
Sarah Harding: Singer of Girls Aloud fame and one-time Coronation Street actress. Has also appeared on BBC's Tumble and Channel 4's The Jump.
Sam Thompson: Made In Chelsea cast member.
Derek Acorah: Famous TV psychic.

Marissa Jade: Mob Wives' star.
Sandi Bogle: Reality star most famous for appearing on Channel 4's Gogglebox.
Chad Johnson: American hunk who has starred in The Bachelorette.
Helen Lederer: Comedian and actress best known for her role in Absolutely Fabulous.

Karthik Nagesan: Recent candidate on The Apprentice.
Brandi Glanville: American reality star most famous for her appearance on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
Jordan Davies: UK reality star who has appeared on Ex On The Beach and Ibiza Weekender.
Trisha Paytas: American YouTuber and model.

Jemma Lucy: Ex On The Beach star.
Amelia Lily: Singer who made The X Factor final in 2011 and has since become a West End performer.
Paul Danan: Former Hollyoaks actor and original Celebrity Love Island contestant.



The Celebrity Big Brother housemates have moved into a new look house which has been given a glam makeover.

But despite the classy new look for the brand new celebrity Housemates, they shouldn’t make themselves too much at home, because despite the shiny new look of the house they must remember, all that glitters is not gold!


They'll be playing for a £50,000 prize for a charity of their choosing.

Celebrity Big brother continues nightly on Channel 5.

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