The latest series of the fly-on-the-wall reality show launched last night, and if you didn't happen to catch who went in, you'll find the full list below.
In between the TOWIE-type nobodies, actress Kirstie Alley was probably the most famous name on the list as she was first in and deemed 'President' of the house by Big Brother.
She was joined by 'Coronation Street' actor Ryan Thomas, ex-footballer Jermaine Pennant, model Chloe Ayling (who became famous when her story of being kidnapped was disbelieved by the UK press), 'human Ken doll' Rodrigo Alves, broadcaster and presenter Hardeep Singh Kohli and former TOWIE star Dan Osborne.
They were all joined by Gabby Allen (formerly of 'Love Island' and the woman who Osborne was accused of having an affair with), Ben Jardine (who appeared on a series of 'Married at First Sight'), 'Emmerdale' actress Roxanne Pallet, 'Psychic' Sally Morgan, American reality TV star Natalie Nunn, and finally, infamous rogue trader Nick Leeson.
There was no sign, either, of Megan Markle's half-sister, as was also rumoured.
The reaction to the CBB bunch on social media was mixed, to say the least...
— Dave (@DavidMackayy) August 16, 2018
Is it just me or did anyone else feel like Roxannes entrance was really fake? Felt like she was trying to be relatable by having something on her top ðŸ˜… #cbb
— H O L L Y H A G A N (@HollyGShore) August 16, 2018
— AISLEYNE (@Aisleyne1) August 16, 2018
Does being kidnapped make you a celebrity? Is that a mean thing to say ðŸ¤·ðŸ?¼â™€ï¸? not sure on that one ðŸ˜• #cbb
— Olivia Jade Attwood (@oliviajade_att) August 16, 2018
DID STORMY DANIELS PULL OUT?
— shane telford. (@MrShaneReaction) August 16, 2018
— Luke Robinson (@mrlukerobinson) August 16, 2018
Is it just me or were they really banking on Stormy Daniels going in #CBB this white house presidential twist makes little sense without her ðŸ˜‚
— Mark O Sullivan (@MarkOSullivanIR) August 16, 2018
— Anne Dinning (@AnneDinning) August 16, 2018