Celebrity Big Brother 2018 kicks off with the first all-female household

  • Celebrity Big Brother 2018 kicks off with the first all-female household

Celebrity Big Brother 2018 kicks off with the first all-female household

While another added: "I can't say I'm not surprised by you but there's really no need for that, it's about empowering ALL women and I'm shocked you aren't supportive of the trans community".

She told presenter Emma Willis: "When I believe in something, I stand my ground".

The current outsider to win Celebrity Big Brother 2018 is Malika Haqq and her odds on winning are high at 25/1!

Introducing a new aspect to the launch episode this year, host Emma Willis sat down with all of this year's contestants individually for a short chat before entering the house.

The reality show began with an all-female line-up to mark 100 years since women won the right to vote.

Former Coronation Street star Barrie, who at 82 is one of the show's oldest ever contestants, joked that she thought her wife Hilary Bonner was sending her to a home when they set off for the show. Who would you like to see enter the house on Friday?

Rumors for the US season of Celerity Big Brother have also included someone from the Kardashian circle, Rob's ex-fiancee Blac Chyna. How better to celebrate such a momentous event than by rounding up a bunch of celebs and watching them slowly drive each other around the twist? I'm quite nosy... quietly nosy.

Liverpool and England football legend John Barnes has been confirmed as the first male celebrity to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house on Friday.

He went on to make over 300 appearances for the club, scoring 84 goals in the process.

Celebrity Big Brother's Jess Impiazzi has confirmed her split from rugby-player fiancé Denny Solomona after revealing that the couple hadn't been "getting on" in the run-up to their break-up.