Celebrity Big Brother will be bursting back onto our screens in just a few months, it has been confirmed.
Host Brian Dowling revealed another series of the Channel 5 show would be on air in January, following last night's Series 10 final.
It'll be the third series to air in a year, following the two runs of the show in the past nine months.
Channel 5 previously renewed its deal with Big Brother makers Endemol to keep the show on air for a further two years until 2014.
Big Brother stared on UK telly back in 2000, and has seen an impressive 20 different series – including a Teen and Celebrity Hijack special – and well over 100 housemates and celebrities enter its doors over the past decade.
In a statement released earlier this year, Channel 5 revealed that the show had become “the most popular commissioned show in the channel’s 15-year history”.
Jeff Ford, Director of Programmes, Channel 5 said: “We’re hugely excited to have secured the return of Big Brother for Channel 5 which will continue to form a key part our programming schedule. The show so far has captivated the energy and vibrancy of the channel and we are looking forward to continuing this successful relationship.”