The latest Big Brother 2016 housemates could prove to be the most controversial yet.
And given how controversial some of the past lot have been, that would take some doing.
With TWO houses to fill we're expecting a bumper crop of contestants this year although the exact number hasn't been confirmed just yet.
Teasing the line up, Bit On The Side's Rylan Clark said this week: "I haven't met them but I have seen them.
"Some years we don't get it right but this year it's completely right, it's going to be amazing."
He told viewers: "Expect controversy, it wouldn't surprise me."
Rylan added: "This year is probably the most mixed we've had in a long while, different races, gender, sexuality, age..."
Meanwhile bookies have tipped Big Brother to see bust ups and breakouts.
BoyleSports suspect that some may not be on their best behaviour during their time in the house offering 8/13 that a housemate will be ejected. The show is known for is controversies and it is 1/5 with Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker that we hear of an Ofcom complaint.
It is 6/4 that a housemate will call it quits and leave the house and even money that tempers will flare and result in a physical altercation between housemates.
Odds of 9/2 are given for another breakout from the house while it's 8/11 that two housemates will become an official couple once the show has ended.
Aoife Heffron from BoyleSports said: “Big Brother is back on Tuesday and judging from the odds we are set for an explosive summer filled with drama from the new housemates. Ofcom could be in for a hectic summer thanks to Big Brother, its 1/5 there will be a host of complaints as a result of the misbehaving housemates”
She added: “Personalities are bound to clash as strangers are forced to live in such close quarters and with Big Brother always ready to add fuel to the fire. It could result in housemates deciding to leave the show, which is 6/4, or in the worst case scenario a physical fight, which is Evens.”
Big Brother 2016 starts June 7 on Channel 5.