Big Brother VIP has some big names rumoured to be taking part in the new series (Picture: caitlynjenner/Instagram)
It’s also been suggested that Married At First Sight star Jessika Power is on the bill after soaring to reality stardom in the explosive sixth season of the show.
Australian breakfast radio show presenters Fitzy and Wippa tipped Neil and Jessika for a stint in the notorious compound, with co-host Sarah McGilvray saying: ‘We’ve heard from a very close source that Jessika Power from MAFS is locked in to go into the Celebrity Big Brother house.’
Turning their attention to It’s A Sin actor Neil, Wippa added: ‘He’s going into the house.’
Neil arrived in Oz last month to film the upcoming series of Australia’s Got Talent, however, production was cancelled after Sydney was plunged into lockdown due to Covid.
It’s been claimed that Caitlyn touched down in Australia earlier this week and has started her 14 days of hotel quarantine, in keeping with the country’s rules.
Neil Patrick Harris is rumoured to be heading into the compound (Picture: nph/Instagram)
Married At First Sight star Jessika Power has also been tipped (Picture: Nine)
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has been offered at least $500,000 (£270,000) for her appearance, according to reports.
Earlier this year, sources claimed that Big Brother VIP bosses were hoping to book several big-name stars, including Home And Away’s Lincoln Younes and radio star Ash Pollard.
It had also been alleged they had set their sights on Holey Moley’s Matt Shirvington, TV presenter James Tobin, Hi-5 performer Charli Robinson and comedian Josh Thomas.
‘It is a competition-based reality show and more about the challenges, so don’t expect to see noisy personality types who bring drama for the sake of drama,’ the source told Woman’s Day.
‘The Seven Network is keen on getting real celebrities with real credibility.’
Big Brother VIP is due to begin filming at Sydney Olympic Park in the coming weeks with Sonia Kruger returning as host.
Big Brother VIP is set to air on Channel Seven in Australia.
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