Get ready, Australia. Big Brother’s hotel is about to open its doors to 12 famous celebrities from around the world.
Channel 7 announced on Tuesday night that Big Brother VIP will premiere on November 1 at 7:30 PM. Host Sonia Kruger will welcome 12 celebrity VIPs as they begin their stay in Big Brother’s new luxury hotel for the next three weeks.
Some of the stars taking place include former Trump White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, reality star and politician Caitlyn Jenner, Married At First Sight star Jessika Power, and Big Brother 2021 fan favourite Danny Hayes.
Several promotional clips have already been shown. Just last week at the 7Upfronts, a clip aired showing Omarosa and Caitlyn clashing over a supposed ‘secret’ Caitlyn has about Omarosa.
“People that worked at the White House are all working on my campaign,” Jenner said. “I know every little secret.”
Meanwhile, Thomas Markle Jr. spilled tea about his half-sister Meghan Markle, who is married to Prince Harry of the Royal Family.
In a chat with other VIP housemates, Markle is talking about Meghan’s ex-husband and claims Prince Harry is next in her crosshairs.
“The guy she was married to the first time, she just walked all over him,” he said. “Harry is on the chopping block next.”
There is no hiding in Big Brother’s hotel and all the secrets will be revealed.
Just like the normal Big Brother seasons, the VIP spinoff will the celebrities compete against each other to win the power to nominate and evict. In the end, one celebrity will walk away with $100,000 for charity.
Other celebrities competing include former AFL captain Dayne Beams, actress Ellie Gonsalves, model Imogen Anthony, Survivor winner Luke Toki, and NRL star Matt Cooper.
Big Brother VIP begins November 1 at 7:30 PM on Channel 7 and streams on 7Plus in Australia.