Here is the full line up of men going into the CBB house tomorrow 4 years ago

Here is the full line up of men going into the CBB house tomorrow

Celebrity Big Brother is in for another shake up.

The reality TV show kicked off this week with an all-female line-up, marking 100 years since women won the right to vote.

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But after less than a week, eight guys are being introduced into the house - and they're arriving tomorrow evening.

The full line up of the newest housemates for the Channel 5 show was revealed by The Sun on Thursday.

They will be joining Corrie legend Amanda Barrie, former MP Ann Widdecombe, Made In Chelsea star Ashley James, journalist Rachel Johnson and Khloe Kardashian's best pal Malika Haqq.

Former Ex On The Beach star Jess Impiazzi, ex-detective Maggie Oliver and the UK's first transgender newsreader India Willoughby are also settled into the luxurious house.

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It comes as things got a little heated on Wednesday night as the housemates played a game of Never Have I Ever - which ultimately ended up with them discussing who had posed naked in the past.

Ex On The Beach star Jess Impiazzi proudly revealed she had posed nude for her calendar before, saying:

“I think, I work hard at the gym, why not?”

That then prompted Rachel Johnson to share that she too had posed naked for a magazine shoot after her publisher and husband told her she couldn’t.

“I did it on my 4oth birthday and it was quite fun.”

Former Coronation Street star, Amanda Barrie, even said that one of her all-time biggest regrets in life was not posing for Playboy when she had the chance.

“I was asked to do the centrefold of Playboy and I was too embarrassed.

"And it’s one of the few things in my life that I regret.”

The conversations sparked some debate among the housemates, especially with Ann Widdecombe who questioned why her housemates thought posing nude was ‘celebrating women’.

Ann’s criticism was quickly shut down by Made In Chelsea star Ashley James who asked the politician why women should have to justify their decision to show off their bodies.

“Why do we have to justify it, if it makes you feel good?”