The Celebrity Big Brother line-up has officially been revealed as the show makes its comeback after nearly five years.

A staple of British reality TVBig Brother made a return towards the end of last year.

And now, it’s time for a host of stars to shack up in the house as a new series of Celebrity Big Brother began on ITV tonight (4 March).

Unsurprisingly of course, as is the true style of the iconic show, there’s quite a mix of celebs taking part.

With the line-up having been rumoured for the past week or so, we can finally confirm who is actually in the legendary house.

Bradley Riches

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One for the Heartstopper fans, the 24-year-old has arrived in Celebrity Big Brother.

Riches is known for playing James McEwan and is likely to bring in younger fans to the show – especially seeing as it feels like an age since it last aired.

Nikita Kuzmin

Strictly star Nikita will be strutting his stuff for Big Brother now.

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Sashaying his way over to reality TV, Kuzmin, 26, is well-known for being a pro on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.

The Ukrainian dancer came runner-up with Bad Education actor Layton Williams in the most recent season.

Colson Smith

Craig off Corrie is joining Big Brother, hooray!

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Yep, that’s Craig from Coronation Street now in Celebrity Big Brother.

Smith, 25, is trading treading the cobbles for wandering the famous house.

Louis Walsh

From X-Factor to Celebrity Big Brother.

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Probably one of the more universally recognisable faces in this year’s line-up, Walsh, 71, has entered the house.

The former The X Factor judge is a legendary name of British telly so it seems only right he’d join one of the most legendary reality shows. Plus, it’s going to be iconic if his old co-star Sharon Osbourne does rock up as a ‘temporary guest’.

Lauren Simon

She's back.


Well experienced in the world of reality TV, Simon, 48, first appeared on Real Housewives of Cheshire back in 2015.

Entering the house, we can expect the star to bring the drama the show’s so famous for.

Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu


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Absolutely doing the rounds of reality TV, most will know the 29-year-old as the winner of Love Island in 2022.

Since then, she’s competed in Dancing on Ice and even The Traitors US. So, let’s see what she brings to the Celebrity Big Brother House.

Marisha Wallace

She lit up the stage, but will she light up the Big Brother house?

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A star of the stage, the American has strutted her stuff onto the ITV show.

Wallace, 38, has appeared in the likes of Dreamgirls, Hairspray! and most recently, Guys and Dolls. Perhaps she’ll bring some dramatics to the House.

Fern Britton

Apparently we'll be seeing another side to Fern.

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Potentially a juicy one, the 66-year-old TV presenter has entered the Celebrity Big Brother reportedly ready to spill some of her stories from telly.

And of course, among Britton’s credits is This Morning.

Zeze Millz

Zeze Millz (right) will appear on this year's Celebrity Big Brother.

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This year’s YouTube star, Millz, 34, is known for presenting her The Zeze Millz Show, as well as presenting projects for Channel 4.

She’s also made the odd appearance on Good Morning Britain, and is used to dealing with big personalities.

David Potts

David Potts is going into the house.

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Another reality star, Potts, 30, first became a name on our screens back in 2016 on Ibiza Weekender.

And now he’s adding Celebrity Big Brother to the list of celeb shows that include the likes of Celebs Go DatingCelebs on the FarmCelebrity Karaoke Club and Celebrity Ghost Trip.

Gary Goldsmith

This is Gary Goldsmith.

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Well like any usual bit of celeb reality TV, there had to be some kind of royal link didn’t there?

And for this year’s Celebrity Big Brother, it’s Kate Middleton’s uncle Goldsmith, 58. Reports suggest he’s going to be the ‘most controversial’ star in the house.

Levi Roots

Levi Roots.

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The man behind Reggae Reggae Sauce has entered the house.

Roots, 65, became a TV personality after the success of his sauce on Dragons’ Den, where he made a name for himself singing a little reggae jingle.

Meanwhile, Sharon Osbourne has been confirmed as a ‘lodger’ in the house, meaning she’ll be there for a limited period of time and won’t be a fully fledged contestant looking to be crowned winner.

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