Big Brother has revealed a second new housemate teaser for the upcoming women-led cast.
It'll be Year Of The Women on Celebrity Big Brother from next month as a line up of leading ladies enter the house on launch night.
For the first time in Celebrity Big Brother history, there will be no men entering the house on Day 1.
Channel 5 has already confirmed one celeb for the line up, Boris Johnson's sister Rachel Johnson.
The identities of the remaining ladies have yet to be revealed, but Big Brother has been teasing them with a series of cryptic videos.
— Big Brother UK (@bbuk) December 27, 2017
Sharing another one tonight, Big Brother tweeted: ""Here's another housemate clue! What do you think you can tell about this latest celebrity?"
The new housemate says: "I like being called by babe. I like having the door opened for me, the chair pulled back. What's not to like?"
But who could it be?
According to already confirmed housemate Rachel, the new Celebrity Big Brother cast has ditched Z-listers in favour of credible stars.
"Female politicians, performance artists, broadcasters. Serious stuff. Big names were duly dropped, and the emphasis on 'empowerment' rather than 'ritual humiliation' promised," she told the Daily Mail newspaper.
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, Made In Chelsea's Ashley James and The Apprentice's Elizabeth McKenna.
Later on in the series, male celebrities will join the women.
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.
The series will then continue nightly throughout the month as usual.
Alongside the main show, Rylan Clark-Neal returns nightly with Bit On The Side.