You've got male. John Barnes to join female CBB house


She's taken the Celebrity Big Brother house by storm, but who is India Willougby? Live your life how you damn well please.

As they battled in the task room, Ex on the Beach star Jess and 82-year-old actress Amanda managed the feat in record time, delightedly hugging each other as they discovered their prize meant they are safe from eviction for the first week.

She said: "I am not transphobic".

"We own two dogs together and two houses so I have to see him, it's not like I'll never see him again".

As is always the case however, many bookmakers and betting sites are now offering odds on the possible victor of Celebrity Big Brother 2018, and to give you an idea of who the bookmakers at least think is going to be the likely victor, below I will give you an overview of the odds available on each of the contestants.

"Just don't ask me to call a a castrated man a woman".

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Tagovailoa delivered, throwing three touchdown passes and leading Alabama to a national title win in only his eighth appearance. Georgia's talent level is so strong that when a player, even a star, leaves, the next player won't be that big of a drop off.

"What keeps me working?"

The former ITV Border presenter joined the all-female cast of celebrities, and was welcomed with rapturous applause from the audience.

The former couple, Amy and Tom, were filmed in conversation about their relationship, with Tom at one point angrily telling Amy: "I think you fucked it..." I can't tell you how excited I am about this evening.

Malika Haqq - close friend of United States reality TV star Khloe Kardashian - has joined Ann Widdecombe in the Channel 5 show's house.

It's official! Celebrity Big Brother 2018 is HERE - and if you managed to catch all the awesome women entering the newly-refurbished house on Tuesday, you'll agree with us when we say it's going to be a cracker.

She said: "It is very specifically because of the theme this year, I've always said no in the past and I was saying no this year and then they said "well it's different", it is slightly more serious, it's about women's lib and so eventually I said yes".