After Channel Seven announced that the second series of the Big Brother reboot is all systems go, speculation has been rife as to who will be entering the compound next.
Titled Celebrities vs Civilians, the show – which is due to start filming in October – will feature a cast of new housemates and a mix of local and international stars.
And the first name on the list is self-confessed "Human Ken Doll" - Justin Jedlica!
"He's passed negotiation stages and has been given a contract," a source tells.
The 39-year-old US socialite – who has spent almost $1 million on more than 700 surgical operations – is set to cause a stir in the house.
He is best known for attending Parliament House for budget night parties and is in a polyamorous relationship with Melbourne boyfriends Stephen Walden and Jayson McNaughton.
There have been reports swirling that Seven is keen to capitalise on the success of Big Brother with a Survivor-style celebrity reboot next year.
Survivor's successful Champions vs Contenders format could be used as a springboard for the new-look season.
Channel Seven has already opened up applications for the 2021 season online, encouraging everyday Australians to apply for the show.
Last month, the network confirmed it would renew the show for a second reboot season, which is produced by production company Endemol Shine.
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