Following the success of this summer’s ‘UK vs USA’ series, two more American names have reportedly signed up for the forthcoming series of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’.
Vanilla Ice, best known for his rap single ‘Ice Ice Baby’, has been tipped to be making an appearance in the new series of ‘CBB’ this January, having previously taken part in ‘Dancing On Ice’ and ‘The Farm’.
He’s had a particularly difficult 2015, having been given 100 hours of community service back in February, for robbing a house in Florida, that he’d believed to be empty.
According to The Sun, he’ll be joined by Nadya Suleman, who was dubbed as Octomom in the press, when she gave birth to octuplets in January 2009, conceived by IVF.
After attracting the attention of the world’s media, Nadya faced a backlash when it emerged that she already had six children, and was living off welfare in the US.
Since her rise to fame, she’s also posed nude, appeared on several talk shows, and even starred in the solo porn film ‘Octomom Home Alone’.
Also among the rumoured contestants for this year’s ‘CBB’ are ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ professional dancer Ola Jordan, wrestler Hulk Hogan and David Bowie’s ex, Angie Bowie.
Emma Willis will be back to front the new series of ‘CBB’, when it returns to our screens in January, on Channel 5.