Who’s going into Celebrity Big Brother?

All the latest rumours for which famous housemates could be headed into CBB this summer

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Celebrity Big Brother 2017 is coming to our rescue.

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With the end of Love Island creeping up on us, we were just starting to wonder how we were going to get through the rest of our summer. And now we know.

The Channel 5 reality show will be returning imminently, with Emma Willis returning to host the main show, while Rylan Clark-Neal will be back for more Big Brother’s Bit on the Side.

The theme of this year’s series hasn’t yet been confirmed, although rumour has it that the series will be themed around ‘Summer of Legends’, which could mean we see some familiar old faces returning.

Here are all the rumours for who we could be seeing enter the CBB house this summer:

Sarah Harding

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Age: 35

Twitter: @SarahNHarding

Instagram: @sarahnicoleharding

Best known for: Being one fifth of Girls Aloud alongside Cheryl (we’re not sure what her surname is at the moment), Nadine Coyle, Kimberly Walsh and Nicola Roberts.

After the band disbanded, she turned to acting, landing roles in films St Trinian’s 2 and Run for Your Wife, followed by a very short-lived soap career in Coronation Street. She didn’t return to the show after starring in only four episodes as Joni Preston.

When it comes to reality TV, Sarah’s already appeared on plenty of shows including Celebrity MasterChef, The Jump (in which she suffered a knee injury) and BBC gymnastics-knockabout Tumble.

Sarah’s also tried her hand at the theatre, appearing in Ghost: The Musical earlier this year and released her own single Threads in 2015:

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According to the latest reports, Sarah is allegedly having doubts after initially signing up to the show. A source told The Sun: “Sarah is not sure if she feels ready. She has been enjoying a career out of the spotlight recently and is not sure she wants to give up her low-key presences just yet.

“Sarah is not 100 per cent sure she wants to go through it all again.”