Tonight the eleventh series of Celebrity Big Brother kicks off again and we’re eagerly anticipating the next influx of contestants in their pyjamas, stripping off and acting well, just like celebrities.
Rumours have been circulating for months, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have both flown into the UK with reports suggesting they will enter the house as one housemate, whilst Lindsay Lohan is currently taking a break in London, hmmmm….
Other suggestions have included more playmates, Toady from Neighbours, Rylan Clarke from The X Factor, Lydia Bright from TOWIE and even Meat Loaf.
We couldn’t possibly tell you the exact line up but we’re sure it’s going to be a can’t-stop-watching series and in the meantime, we’ve been reminding ourselves of the last eleven series.
The first show saw celebs including Claire Sweeney, Chris Eubank and Vanessa Feltz vote on their first day, whilst Vanessa provided the moment of the series when she used the table as her writing pad.
Mark Owen, Les Dennis and GBBO fave Sue Perkins battled it out. Half the housemates had to make their own beds from a flat pack when they moved in. What a welcome to the real world.
When the infamous Jackie Stallone entered the house back in 2005, she became one of our favourite housemates ever, her first words being “Yeah, Jackie”. She caused trouble with Brigitte Nielsen, had no idea how to make even a cup of tea and told John McCririck where to go. As we said, best housemate ever.
It was all about Chantelle Houghton who entered as a fake celeb housemate and ended up winning the show, bagging herself a husband in the form of Preston. Didn’t end too well but let’s not dwell on the negatives.
Cue massive drama. The Goody family were the first to enter as a group with Jade, her mother and her brother entering at the same time.
All we can remember is that Coolio was a bit of a legend who caused trouble with everyone. Oh and Ulrika Johnsson and Verne Troyer singing a duet was another amazing highlight.
We particularly enjoyed watching Vinnie Jones and Alex Reid butting heads whilst Stephen Baldwin lectured both of them on the merits of religion. We hope CBB11 lives up to this series.
Appearing on Channel 5 for the first time, CBB included Tara Reid and Jedward (who weirdly became great friends after the show) whilst Amy Childs made her first appearance since leaving TOWIE. Kerry Katona entered the diary room first which meant she was tasked with acting like a massive diva. Which weirdly she found hard to do. WHAT?
We mainly remember this show for Denise Welch’s boobs and Kirk Norcross and Frankie Cocozza’s bromance. Not sure if that’s still on, actually.
Remember this? It was only back in August 2012. We particularly enjoyed Eastender Cheryl Fergison and Julie Goodyear’s mock-fight on the first night, for a second we really did think Julie stole Cheryl’s ex-boyfriend.