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'Celebrity Big Brother' 2015 Line Up Leaks? Sherrie Hewson, Janice Dickinson, Gail Porter 'Set For UK Vs. US-Themed Series'

22/08/2015 10:14 BST | Updated 22/08/2015 10:59 BST

With the new series of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ just days away, the closely-guarded line-up appears to have been leaked.

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The Sun have published the names of 14 stars they claim will be entering the famous house when the Channel 5 reality show launches its 16th run on Thursday (26 August).

'Celebrity Big Brother' 2015 Rumoured Line Up

Among the names are ‘Loose WomanSherrie Hewson, supermodel and former ‘I’m A Celebrity’ contestant Janice Dickinson, and ex-kids TV presenter Gail Porter.

The series has a UK vs. US theme, and the home team will reportedly be completed by ‘X Factor’ couple Chloe-Jasmine Whichello and Stevi Ritchie, Atomic Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton, ‘The Apprentice’ star James Hill, comedian Bobby Davro and ‘The Bill’ actor Chris Ellison.

The Stateside crew also include Playboy star Tila Tequila, porn star Jenna Jameson, reality star Austin Armacost, singer Fatman Scoop, ‘Teen Mom’ star Farrah Abraham and actor Daniel Baldwin.

There are some notable absentees from the list of names, including former ‘TOWIE’ stars Gemma Collins and Dan Osborne, who have both been heavily linked to the series.

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Rylan Clark and Emma Willis will again be on hosting duties

The US and UK stars will be divided from the beginning of the series, with ‘Bit On The Side’ host Rylan Clark promising plenty of drama from the theme.

“It’s not like a split down the middle but it will see the competition heat up. There are going to be a lot of twists and turns along the way – there is so much I want to say and I can’t!” he said.

He added that his “dream US star” would be entering the series - is it one of the names who’ve been leaked?

‘Celebrity Big Brother’ launches at 9pm on Thursday 26 August at 9pm on Channel 5.

'Celebrity Big Brother' 2015 Rumoured Line Up

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