Celebrity Big Brother's Emma Willis teases line up: 'My jaw hit the floor'

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Celebrity Big Brother host Emma Willis has teased this summer's all star line up.

Channel 5 confirmed the first details of the new series last month, announcing an 'Eye Of The Storm' theme.


They explained: "All of the celebrity names entering the house will have been caught up in their own media storm. And now, the celebrities are once again putting themselves in the public eye and this time they have a lot to prove."

Host Emma has revealed she knows who's going in and thinks the new theme will make for an 'interesting' series.

Emma said: "When I heard a few of the names of the celebs coming on this year my jaw hit the floor! I think the theme is interesting because it is the eye of the storm so from what I believe we will see people who themselves have been in the eye of the storm be that either on the receiving or giving end.

"What will be really interesting is seeing the other side of the stories that we’ve not heard before."

Rylan Clark Neal, who fronts Bit On The Side, added: "What I have heard……is amazing. I’m really excited for this one. There’s a few rumours that I’m praying are true and a few I’m praying are false!"

Meanwhile, Emma said of the show's new look Neon eye: "I love it! I always think it must be difficult to keep creating a new eye logo but I really like this one, I love the neon.

Rumoured housemates include headline grabbing footballer Jermaine Pennant, Hollywood actress Kirstie Alley and American porn actress Stormy Daniels, who is currently at the centre of controversy surrounding president Donald Trump.


More celebs tipped for the Celebrity Big Brother 2018 line up this summer include, TOWIE's Dan Osborne, Love Island's Gabby Allen, Corrie's Ryan Thomas, So Macho hitmaker Sinitta, 'Human Ken Doll' Rodrigo Alves and Psychic Sally Morgan.

Celebrity Big Brother begins on Channel 5 at 9PM on Thursday, August 16. Bit On The Side airs nightly on Channel 5 with Rylan.

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