The Seven Network today confirmed the all-star cast for its hotly anticipated special event series, Big Brother VIP, set to air later this year on Channel 7 and 7plus.
Twelve VIPs are taking a vacation from their celebrity lives and checking into an experience like no other, at Big Brother’s first-ever luxury hotel, where they will receive rockstar treatment with a Big Brother twist.
Removed from the world they know, this elite group will be at the mercy of Big Brother’s wicked game, their every move watched as they face hilarious house tasks, epic nomination challenges and edge-of-your-seat eviction ceremonies; all while they eat, sleep and share a bathroom together.
With the star power dialled to extreme, host Sonia Kruger will be on hand to keep the celebrities’ egos in check.
The 12 stars walking the red carpet into Big Brother VIP are:
Bernard Curry – Actor
Caitlyn Jenner – Olympian and Political Candidate
Danny Hayes – Big Brother 2021 Favourite
Dayne Beams – Former AFL Captain
Ellie Gonsalves – Actress and Model
Imogen Anthony – Fashion Designer and Model
Jessika Power – Reality TV Star
Josh Carroll – Model and Content Creator
Luke Toki – Reality TV Fan Favourite
Matt Cooper – NRL Superstar
Omarosa – Political Aide and Author
Thomas Markle Jr. – Famous big brother
With one winner will walking away with $100,000 for their nominated charity the power to choose a worthy winner is purely in the hands of the Australian public.
The star-studded line-up has shifted slightly after controversial right-wing media commentator and booked contestant Katie Hopkins was dramatically kicked out of the country for tweeting that she was planning to deliberately flout Australia’s strict hotel quarantine rules. The political commentator has since been banned from the country and returned to the UK.
Big Brother VIP is coming soon to Channel 7 and 7plus.