Celebrity Big Brother 2018 kicked off in January with a fresh batch of contestants entering the house for Series 14.
Initially, there was an all-female line-up to mark the centenary of the female vote in 1918, but within a few days and producers had seemingly ditched that idea, with eight males joining the gang.
Since then, the numbers have been whittling down through weekly public votes and no-one has been deemed safe from eviction. Not even transgender newsreaders.
The final is set to commence on Friday 2nd February, so here’s the full list of female Celebrity Big Brother 2018 contestants and who has been evicted so far.
EVICTED: India Willoughby
India Willoughby was the first contestant to be evicted from CBB 2018.
The transgender newsreader and regular guest on This Morning and Loose Women is renown for dividing upon.
As expected, and just a few days into the show, the publics opinion of her became clear. Following a spat over bedding with Ann Widdecombe and India was booted out of the house.
EVICTED: Rachel Johnson
Following in the footsteps of dad Stanely Johnson – who appeared in I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here – Rachel became the next Boris Johnson family member to appear on reality TV when she entered the house. Although, the experienced journalist only made it to day 18.
EVICTED: Maggie Oliver
Perhaps the most unusual of all female celebrities, Maggie is a former Detective Constable best known for exposing the Rochdale child sex abuse ring.
Maggie quit the Greater Manchester Police force to expose the wrongdoings of senior officers within the police force. She left the house alongside Rachel.
First to enter the CBB house was controversial ex Tory MP Ann Widdecombe. What a warm welcome that would’ve been for the remaining 15 contestants.
The 70-year-old is known for her divisive opinions, and is loudly pro Brexit, with an open dislike for reality TV stars. Hmm.
During her time in parliament she opposed the legality of abortion and inflamed the LGBT community after voting against lowering the age of consent. Needless to say, she makes a ‘great contestant’.
Cutting a sharp contrast in terms of prominent women within popular culture, we have 34-year-old Malika Haqq.
Making the trip across the pond from the U.S.A, Malika is famous for being friends with Khloe Kardashian (literally, not even Kim).
Like all friendships Malika used to be Khloe’s PA, but now appears on a number of reality TV series including Real Husbands of Hollywood, Dash Dolls and Hollywood Divas. It’s rumoured she is being paid a huge sum to appear on the show, so let’s hope for some entertainment value.
Model, presenter, DJ – Ashley has all the job titles to make a popular modern day celebrity. She probably has some decent Instagram hashtags too.
Ashley has her own show on Hoxton Radio, which has been nominated for a number of awards, although her rise to fame kick-started following a guest appearance on E4 reality show Made in Chelsea.
Aged 82, actress Amanda is the oldest ever CBB housemate.
Fans of Coronation Street will instantly recognise her as Alma, who she played for more than two decades, but those who are more into their Hollyoaks may struggle for instant recognition.
Amanda was four years old when the Second World War broke out and will have plenty of tales to keep boredom at bay. Consider her the historian of the group with enough testing life experiences to write a book. Scratch that, she already has.
You may have spotted Jess on MTV’s Ex on the Beach, in background scenes as a wannabe actor, or papped on magazine front pages for dating Charlie Sheen. Take your pick.
Jess has a legion of male admirers through her appearances on reality TV, and we’re sure the boys of the house will be orderly forming their queues from the moment she struts in.
Who are the male contestants? Click here to find out about the eight male Celebrity Big Brother boys.