Final winner to return to BB house
The winner of the final series of Big Brother will be unveiled tonight - and then go straight back into the house with some of the best-known faces from the show's history.
Channel 4 was tight-lipped about which former contestants will be in the two-week special called Ultimate Big Brother.
But among the favourites tipped to appear are two of the stars of the first series - Craig Phillips and "Nasty" Nick Bateman.
The pair clashed when Bateman was discovered trying to rig the vote and was kicked out.
Phillips went on to win the show and handed over his £70,000 prize money to help pay for an operation for a seriously-ill friend.
There were 186 Big Brother housemates and 68 celebrity housemates in the past 11 years who could take part, including former winners Nadia Almada, Pete Bennett and Celebrity Big Brother surprise winner Chantelle Houghton.
Clean freak Alex Sibley, glamour girls Michelle Bass and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace are also in the mix.
Other former contestants strongly rumoured to be in line for another stint in the house are 2001 winner Brian Dowling and 2007 winner Brian Belo.
Among the contestants from the Celebrity Big Brother spin-off touted as possible contenders are TV racing tipster John McCririck and singer Preston.
The five remaining housemates, Dave, Josie, Andrew, Mario and JJ do not know about the planned show and will only find out what Big Brother has in store for them on Tuesday night.