Stop what you're doing and check out the super jazzy new photos for Celebrity Big Brother

We’ve got another little Christmas gift for your TV stocking: new pop art-inspired photos ahead of next year’s Celebrity Big Brother.

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The eye-popping teasers, featuring presenters Rylan Clark-Neal and Emma Willis, are promoting the special All Stars and New Stars show, set to launch on January 3.

The Channel 5 show will see both old and new housemates come together for 24 days, but details are still under wraps.

But with less than three weeks to go, that hasn’t stopped us from getting super excited already,

Especially Rylan…

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