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Latest Celebrity Big Brother 2018 cast teaser! Can you work out who this is?

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A latest Celebrity Big Brother 2018 housemate teaser has been revealed today.

2018 will be the Year Of The Women on Celebrity Big Brother next month with an all female casting starting the show.

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For the first time in Celebrity Big Brother history, there will be no men entering the house on Day 1.

So far just one celebrity is officially confirmed for the line up, Boris Johnson's sister Rachel Johnson.

The rest of the leading ladies have yet to be revealed - but Big Brother has been teasing their identities.

Sharing another one today, Big Brother posted to Twitter: "This housemate couldn't be happier and we couldn't be happier to have her on #CBB, but who could she be?"

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This latest mystery housemate says: "What I've discovered since coming out is I don't feel as If I'm telling a lie or covering anything up and that is the most amazing gift."

But who could she be?

Although not confirmed, women rumoured to be joining Rachel in the house next month include actress Amanda Barrie, ITV newsreader India Willoughby, Tattoo Fixers star Paisley Billings and Made In Chelsea's Ashley James.

Goggleboxer's Sandra Martin and The Apprentice's Elizabeth McKenna have also been rumoured for the show.

According to already confirmed housemate Rachel, the latest Celebrity Big Brother cast will be 'classier' than usual.

"Female politicians, performance artists, broadcasters. Serious stuff. Big names were duly dropped, and the emphasis on 'empowerment' rather than 'ritual humiliation' promised," she spilled to the Daily Mail newspaper last weekend.

Meanwhile, once the ladies settle in, some male celebrities will join their ranks.

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Rumoured names include US R&B star and Pony hitmaker Ginuwine, The Apprentice candidate Andrew Brady and Love Island's Jonny Mitchell.

Celebrity Big Brother 2018 starts on Tuesday, January 2 at 9PM on Channel 5 with host Emma Willis.

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