The current series that will be airing in the UK was first broadcasted in Australia in late 2021 and includes former Olympian Caitlyn Jenner and estranged half-brother of Meghan Markle, Thomas Markle Jr.
Who else will be on Big Brother VIP Australia?
Also making an appearance is Married at First Sight Australia contestant Jessika Power. A total of 11 episodes starring 12 celebrities will be put to the test of living together in the first ever Big Brother 'luxury hotel'.
Other celebrities taking part in the series, include reality television mega-villain and former political aide to Donald Trump, Omarosa Manigault Newman. Luke Toki of the Australian version of Survivor will be on the show as well. Three models including, Ellie Gonsalves, Josh Carroll and Imogen Anthony will be competing. Former Australian Football League player Dayne Beams, actor Bernard Curry, Big Brother Australia contestant Daniel Hayes and former National Rugby League player Matt Cooper will round up the rest of the cast this season.
What will the winner take away?
As with previous seasons of the show, the winner of the celebrity edition of Big Brother will take a way a cash prize that will be ultimately donated to a charity of their choosing. This year, they will be competing for the chance to win $100,000 [£53,116] for charity. And according to E4 representatives, a mystery Big Brother twist awaits all 12 celebrity contestants.