Here’s the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ lineup for 2018

UPDATED with 2018 cast: Over the past year, the U.K. reality TV show “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!” has been losing some of its cast, with 2011 host Emily Atack (“The…

Here’s the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ lineup for 2018

UPDATED with 2018 cast: Over the past year, the U.K. reality TV show “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!” has been losing some of its cast, with 2011 host Emily Atack (“The Inbetweeners”) exiting in 2015 and Michelle Collins (“EastEnders”) departing at the end of 2016.

In other words, this could be the first of many celebrity seasons in 2018, given that the official lineup from E! hasn’t even been announced yet, but the station offered up some more details on the following seasons.

We’re not sure how much news can be fit into a single tweet, so on to the line-up.

We’ve listed the different occupations of each cast member and the position in their home country they currently serve.

Frankie Bridge: Branded “Pixie Spice” when she was in the Spice Girls, she has since gone solo with the release of singles “Temporary Heart,” “Babes,” and “My Life.” She’s the mother of two children, her older daughter Carter, 4, and little niece River, 18 months.

Simon Gregson: Following his time on “Coronation Street,” Gregson has since appeared on “The Real Full Monty,” “Hollyoaks,” and “Trust Me, I’m a Doctor,” the latter of which in 2012 was his final appearance as Steve McDonald, the longest-running character on the soap. He has two children, Lilly-Sue, 12, and Rocky, 9.

James McVey: Originally a member of boy band The Wanted, McVey now fronts band The Vamps. In 2013, he took part in the ITV2 show “The Jump.” His family is made up of his wife, Shona McGarty, and their three children, Rufus, 2, and five-month-old baby Arlo.

Wes Nelson: A former champion rower, Nelson was part of England’s successful team that won gold at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. He also participated in shows such as “Dancing on Ice,” “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!,” and “Dancing on Ice (:).”

Jeremy McConnell: A well-known role model for kids in the LGBT community and a former Olympian, McConnell met Stephanie Davis on the E! reality show “This Morning” in 2015. Later that year, the pair announced their engagement before McConnell entered rehab in 2016. He recently appeared in the U.K. reality show “Celebrity Big Brother.”

Professor Green: He has been part of the U.K.’s pop scene for nearly a decade. His biggest success to date has been in his solo career, as he’s released three platinum albums and three Gold albums. Also, he’s a father: His son, London, was born in 2015.

Craig Charles: Following a 16-year stint in the U.K. TV show “Doctor Who,” Charles is currently starring in the comedy series “No Activity” in the U.S. His career has also included stints on “Coronation Street,” “Blue Peter,” and “The Bill.” He currently has two children.

Chloe Ayling: The model is best known for posing for modeling campaigns including Guess, H&M, and The Blonds. Her modeling career led her to the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, where she was subjected to a kidnapping and held captive for 10 days. In 2014, she also won the ITV reality show “Life After Big Brother.”

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