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KittyGalore:


It's our first look at the upcoming new series, which Channel 5 confirmed this week would see an brand new twist.
Celebrity Big Brother 2018 will begin with an all female cast with male celebrities joining later.
And it'll be a battle of the sexes that Channel 5 say will "challenge stereotypes".
The new twist is a first for Celebrity Big Brother, although a similar set up took place at the start of Big Brother 8 in 2007.
Channel 5 say the women led show will be marking 100 years since women won the right to vote for the very first time.
Presented by Emma Willis, Celebrity Big Brother will initially explore how the all-female housemates interact, from politicians to performing artists, as they enter the house together.
When the male celebrities join, the housemates will take part in a series of entertaining tasks and hidden experiments.
Channel 5 teased: "These will test their - and our - assumptions, challenge gender stereotypes and reveal fascinating truths about what it is to be a woman - and man - in the 21st century.
"See what happens when women hold the power, as Celebrity Big Brother January 2018 is set to be celebratory, surprising and insightful."
Celebrity Big Brother 2018 starts in January on Channel 5 with Emma Willis.
Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit On the Side also returns, airing weeknights with Rylan Clark-Neal.

Graham_UK:
The all female cast has been done many times before worldwide and even before in BB UK. Why do they never do all male casts?

Rigby:

--- Quote from: Graham_UK on December 05, 2017, 11:17:09 PM ---The all female cast has been done many times before worldwide and even before in BB UK. Why do they never do all male casts?

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Men rarely are entertaining on their own.

Buster:

--- Quote from: KittyGalore on December 05, 2017, 09:31:07 PM ---Presented by Emma Willis, Celebrity Big Brother will initially explore how the all-female housemates interact, from politicians to performing artists, as they enter the house together.

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The argument for all-male vs. all-female is moot at this point. Aside from the fact that this is UK which means this is going to be heavily censored, good luck getting anything to happen in a house with politicians in it. It wouldn't matter if it was mixed gender or not.

KittyGalore:
Channel 5 have confirmed the Celebrity Big Brother UK start date for Tuesday, January 2nd 2018.
The CBB air date will start from 9PM, running for 90 minutes while the first Bit On The Side airs from 11:30PM.
Hosted by Emma Willis, show will then continue nightly for around one month before a winner is crowned.
Channel 5 confirmed in the week Celebrity Big Brother 2018 will begin with an all female cast with male celebrities joining later.
Show bosses have said that the women led show will be marking 100 years since women won the right to vote for the very first time.
Presented by Emma Willis, Celebrity Big Brother will initially explore how the all-female housemates interact, from politicians to performing artists, as they enter the house together.
When the male celebrities join, the housemates will take part in a series of "entertaining tasks and hidden experiments".
Ahead of the start date, there have been some tentative Celebrity Big Brother 2018 line up rumours.
Women rumoured to be a part of the cast next month include ITV newsreader India Willoughby, Made In Chelsea's Louise Thompson and The Apprentice's Elizabeth McKenna.
Also tipped to appear include Charlotte Leslie, former MP for Bristol North West and So Macho hitmaker and Simon Cowell's pal Sinitta.
As for the men, Love Island's Jonny Mitchell has reportedly signed up to Celebrity Big Brother.
The reality star is newly single following his split from former CBB housemate Stephanie Pratt.
"Jonny is going to be a big hit on the show," a TV insider claimed. “He is guaranteed to bring some drama to the house. And to romance one of the female contestants.”

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