Sarah Harding, Shaun Williamson and Brandi Glanville heading into Celebrity Big Brother house
Sarah Harding, Shaun Williamson and Brandi Glanville are entering 'Celebrity Big Brother' on Tuesday (01.08.17).
The final star-studded lineup for the popular Channel 5 show has been revealed and it includes the troubled singer, former 'EastEnders' actor and American reality TV beauty.
Joining them in the Borehamwood abode next week will be Made In Chelsea's Sam Thompson and Jemma Lucy as well as Megan McKenna's ex Jordan Davies, 'Hollyoaks' star Paul Danna, 'Absolutely Fabulous' actress Helen Lederer, TV psychic Derek Acorah, 'X Factor' alumni Amelia Lily.
The Real Housewives of Cheshire's Dawn Ward, 'The Bachelor' star Chad Johnson, ex-stripper and Youtuber Trisha Paytas, 'Mob Wives' star Marissa Jade, Sandi Bogle from 'Gogglebox' and singer Chris de Burgh's daughter Rosanna Davison complete the list of celebrity names entering the house.
The news comes after a number of stars reportedly pulled out of the show including John Leslie, Sinitta and The Human Ken Doll.
Meanwhile, it's believed that Shaun - who is best known for playing Barry Evans in 'EastEnders' - will be a big hit with viewers.
A source said: "He played an iconic character and everyone recognises him.
"Soaps fans will love him in the house and he's going to go down a storm with viewers."
While Cheryl Tweedy reportedly fears that her former bandmate Sarah will talk about her inside the house.
An insider told Closer magazine: "Cheryl isn't very happy at the prospect of Sarah going on CBB. She's worried that Sarah can be a bit unpredictable at times and is concerned about what she might say about her."
And it's also hoped Jemma will spill the beans on her former lovers, who include previous 'CBB' winner Stephen Bear and Gaz Beadle.
A source told The Sun: "Jemma's not afraid to speak her mind so this series of CBB could be explosive!
"She makes for great TV and is seriously sexy so it's bound to give ratings a boost.
"Her exes might have to keep a close eye on the show - you never know what Jemma might say."
'Celebrity Big Brother' will kick off on Channel 5 at 9pm on Tuesday.