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Gemma Collins and Kristina Rihanoff to enter Celebrity Big Brother house

Published 03/01/2016

Strictly Come Dancing star Kristina Rihanoff is among those entering Celebrity Big Brother
Strictly Come Dancing star Kristina Rihanoff is among those entering Celebrity Big Brother
Nancy Dell'Olio
John Partridge arriving at the BAFTAs
Christopher Maloney
Gemma Collins

The Only Way Is Essex star Gemma Collins and Strictly Come Dancing professional Kristina Rihanoff are among the contestants in the next series of Celebrity Big Brother (CBB).

Summer Holiday singer Darren Day, ex-EastEnders actress Daniella Westbrook and US producer David Gest will join them in a revamped house.

The final line-up was announced in the Daily Star Sunday ahead of the live launch show on Tuesday.

In total 16 stars will live in close quarters in a house bedecked to look like a vaudeville-style theatre.

The other contestants include:

:: Nancy Dell'Olio, who shot to fame as ex-England football boss Sven-Goran Eriksson's girlfriend.

:: Winston McKenzie, a former Ukip spokesman who is now the English Democrats' candidate for London mayor.

:: Former X Factor finalist Christopher Maloney.

:: US model and actress Angie Bowie, who was once married to David.

:: Megan McKenna, who starred in US reality show Ex On The Beach.

:: Ex-Hollyoaks actress Stephanie Davis.

:: Actor John Partridge, famous for playing Christian Clarke in EastEnders.

:: Geordie Shore star Scotty T.

:: Jeremy McConnell, a former Mr Ireland.

:: Jonathan Cheban, a friend of Kim Kardashian and regular on her reality show.

:: Actress and US reality TV star Tiffany Pollard.

The show's producers have promised "unwelcome surprises" for the stars, while revealing "the BB garden has been transformed into a Whitechapel style foggy street scene with a Victorian pub snug".

Former Apprentice candidate James Hill won Celebrity Big Brother last year, beating American Austin Armacost, best known for being the ex-boyfriend of designer Marc Jacobs.

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