When Julie Chen announced the first ever Celebrity version of Big Brother was coming to the states, wish lists began surfacing online. Now, it seems three famous faces are ‘in talks’ to appear on the show in the winter.
A Real Housewife, former rocker, and reality TV veteran are all rumored to appear. As usual, Julie will front the show when it airs in 2018. The celebrity run is expected to last around three to four weeks, like the one in the U.K.
Below you can see the three rumored names so far who could be swapping their pampered life for the Big Brother game..
The 90’s rocker is the Skid Roads frontman. Viewers will know him best from the Netflix series, Trailer Park Boy as well as Broadway shows.
The 49-year-old is known for his aggressive and assertive behavior. Show bosses are hoping that side of him will come out during the show’s Head of Household or veto competitions, bringing in the drama.
The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is no stranger to the Big Brother house. Back in August, she appeared in Celebrity Big Brother UK, being evicted by the viewers after 18 days.
The 44-year-old is a reality TV veteran following her stint on the Real Housewives franchise. She came in fourth on Celebrity Apprentice in 2014 and came in third place on FOX’s cooking series My Kitchen Rules.
She has tweeted she has a ‘big project’ coming up in the new year, fueling rumors she’s heading into the house.
Fans will likely known Bam from his time on MTV’s Jackass and Viva La Bam. His success took a downfall following the death of his friend, Viva La Bam co-star, Ryan Dunn.
Since then he appeared on Celebrity Rehab on VH1 and has been looking to get his life back together.
Reports say the 38-year-old is hoping a stint in the Celebrity Big Brother house will help him get his life on track.
Celebrity Big Brother U.S. will air in the new year.