The ‘Big Brother VIP’ Lineup Dropped & It’s The Most Random Bunch Of Celebs I’ve Ever Seen
After weeks of building anticipation and rumoured cast leaks, the full lineup of Big Brother VIP contestants has finally been confirmed and…it’s a bit bloody random!
Among the cast is Keeping Up with the Kardashian star Caitlyn Jenner, Married at First Sight villain Jessika Power, along with Meghan Markle’s estranged brother, Thomas Markle Jr. Basically, it’s some of the most controversial celebrities all dropped into the same place.
— Big Brother AU (@BigBrotherAU) August 7, 2021
The full Big Brother VIP lineup:
- Bernard Curry – Actor
- Caitlyn Jenner – Olympian and Political Candidate
- Danny Hayes – Big Brother Favourite
- Dayne Beams – Former AFL Captain
- Ellie Gonsalves – Actress and Model
- Imogen Anthony – Fashion Designer, Model, and Kyle Sandilands’ Ex
- Jessika Power – Reality TV Star
- Josh Carroll – Model and Content Creator
- Luke Toki – Australian Survivor Favourite
- Matt Cooper – NRL Superstar
- Omarosa – Political Aide and The Apprentice Favourite
- Thomas Markle Jr. – Megan Markle’s Brother
Jenner is arguably the show’s biggest get: she is currently running to be the next Californian governor, and she has become known for her controversial opinions on trans rights, along with her prior support of Donald Trump. Speaking of Trump, The Apprentice all-star, Omarosa, was a former aid to the divisive US president and has proven before to provide reality TV gold. Then there’s the Markle brother, who will be sure to grab headlines every time he speaks about Meghan… which is something he does often.
Aside from the bigger and more controversial figures cast, reality faves like Survivor’s Luke Toki and Big Brother’s Danny Hayes should hopefully lighten the mood. Then there’s a bunch of models, sports stars, and influencers sprinkled on top — and tbh, I straight-up don’t know who they are.
Along with the cast, Channel also dropped a trailer on what to expect from the controversial contestants.
Big Brother VIP’s first teaser:
— Big Brother AU (@BigBrotherAU) August 8, 2021
The season is currently filming so is expected to premiere in the coming weeks.