A new 2024 series of Celebrity Big Brother is happening and fans cannot wait to see what ITV has up its sleeve.
While it hasn’t been officially confirmed, viewers are expecting to see AJ Odudu and Will Best return as hosts. The pair successfully fronted the reboot of the regular show in 2023, which was a huge success.
When is Celebrity Big Brother expected to start?
According to The Sun, the show will begin filming in the upcoming weeks for a March launch date. The celebrities are expected to be filming their VTs in mid-to-late February.
“Not all of the famous faces have even signed on the dotted line yet but the series is going full steam ahead and has already booked in studios to shoot the introductory videos that will play as each well-known housemate arrives,” an inside source told the newspaper.
“Producers want this year’s stars to be really outrageous in their opening segments, so will be encouraging them to deliver their fighting talk and make dramatic promises that will hook viewers in.”
Kate Middleton’s uncle Gary Goldsmith has reportedly signed up (Credit: YouTube)
Is ITV planning its most controversial series to date?
Celebrity Big Brother has been known for its controversial housemates from Katie Hopkins and Pete Burns to Gemma Collins and Tiffany Pollard. However, it appears ITV is planning its most shocking to date.
If everything we’re reading is true, Kate Middleton’s uncle Gary Goldsmith had signed to appear on the 2024 reboot.
“He finalised the terms of his deal today and can’t wait to enter the house,” a source previously told The Sun.
They added: “The CBB team love him because of his link to Kate and the fact that he’s confident and loud and won’t hold back. He’s made it clear he will talk about everything and anything. He’s pretty outspoken when it comes to Harry and Meghan.”
Rebekah Vardy has been rumoured to be going into the house (Credit: Splashnews.com)