Evicted Celebrity Big Brother 2018 housemates to return TONIGHT

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A number of ex Celebrity Big Brother housemates will be returning to the show tonight.

This evening sees the final highlights show of Celebrity Big Brother in 2018 - and quite possibly ever.


As part of one final twist, a number of ex housemates will be making a return.

Natalie Nunn, Jermaine Pennant, Chloe Ayling and Ben Jardine will be heading back into the house.

They'll be making their comebacks as part of a new task set in a mock bar named 'Thirsty Kirsties', based upon the set of US sitcom Cheers in which CBB housemate Kirstie Alley starred.

Sources told The Sun newspaper that the return of the familiar faces could give the finalists a hint of what's been going on in the outside world.

“The housemates who have been evicted know exactly what went down with the Roxanne Pallett row and will be setting everyone straight on the situation," an insider said. “They’ve also seen how things have been perceived on the outside, so could tell Dan how his friendship with Gabby has been perceived.

“It will also be the first time Jermaine and Chloe have come face to face since they left and Jermaine might have some explaining to do.”


Currently six housemates are left in the house.

They are TV psychic Sally Morgan, Hollywood actress Kirstie Alley, Coronation Street actor Ryan Thomas, The Only Way Is Essex star Dan Osborne, Gabby Allen, a Love Islander from Season 3 in 2017, and finally rogue trader Nick Leeson.

After Hardeep's exit on Friday, Big Brother gathered the group for an important announcement.

"This is Big Brother. Housemates, congratulations you are all finalists," Big Brother announced to jubilation from the group. "The store room is now open for you to collect some champagne. Enjoy the rest of your evening."


Celebrity Big Brother 2018 continues nightly on Channel 5. This evening's show airs at 9PM, Sunday, September 9.

The live final airs live on Monday night, September 10.

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