Celebs to move into Big Brother house

Celebs to move into Big Brother house

Celebrity Big Brother will meet Big Brother when a group of stars enter the house this week.

Channel 5 has announced that for the latest task, celebrities will be invited to move into the reality TV house.

The housemates will then have to “cater to the demands of their VIP guests”.

So far there is no word on which stars might be on the guest list, but fans are calling for Celebrity Big Brother stars such as Irish twins Jedward and How Clean Is Your House’s Kim Woodburn to move in.

“@planetjedward are the kings of #BBUK they need to come,” one person wrote on Twitter.

“Please be Kim Woodburn,” pleaded another.

Meanwhile. six housemates will be facing eviction on Friday.

Sukhvinder Javeed, Raphael Korine and four others are up for the chop.

All the nominations will air on Tuesday night’s Big Brother.

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