Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag didn't stand a chance against Rylan Clark and Frankie Dettori as they headed into the CBB house
tonight last night after declaring they "don't like people".
As part of the huge twist, Frankie and Rylan got to choose who would be sent into the house - to live in luxury - and who would go to the basement - and freeze in the cold.
But in an even bigger twist, rather than deciding between the married couple, Rylan and Frankie had to choose both of The Hills stars or themselves to go into the basement.
Claire and her band Steps dominated the charts with their annoyingly-infectious brand of pop from 1997 to 2001. Following their split, Claire continued to record songs with H before taking a few years off get married, divorced, married again and have a couple of kids. She made the semi-final of Popstar to Operastar in 2011, the same year that Steps announced they were reforming.
Claire's odds of winning: 8/1
When the feeling's gone and you can't go on.
Rylan Clark was one of the biggest reality stars of last year, breaking onto the showbiz circuit via The X Factor in September. Making his name by crying like a donkey when Nicole Scherzinger put him through to the live shows, Rylan went onto irritate the public for three weeks... before they eventually fell in love with his loud, eccentric ways. Although he only made it to week eight, Rylan enjoyed a stint on Daybreak presenting their showbiz slot - proving that he has brains and beauty. Very orange beauty.
Rylan's odds of winning: 5/2 (current fave!)
In addition to 17 years on Heartbeat, Tricia's also appeared in Coronation Street, Emmerdale, The Royal and Boon. But it's not just acting she loves - Tricia also likes to belt out a song and, in addition to releasing two singles, has appeared on the celebrity version of Stars in Their Eyes, Comic Relief Does Fame Academy (where she came second to Tara PT) and Sing If You Can.
Tricia's odds of winning: 12/1
Scotsman Sam was studying English and Drama at Manchester Uni when he was chosen to play Mike Baldwin's son Adam in Corrie. He stayed on the cobbles for three years and went on the land the role of Flynn in Beaver Falls, a show about three British uni lads working at an American summer camp.
Sam's odds of winning: 8/1
Gillian is EastEnders royalty, having played Kathy Beale for 15 years. She’s also appeared in Footballers Wives, Casualty and The Bill. Her Personal life has had its ups and downs, and she split from her partner of 23 years, Geoff Knights, in 2009.
Gillian's odds of winning 10/1
Toadie From Neighbours (Ryan Moloney)
Toadfish - sorry, Ryan - has been in Neighbours since 1995. That's more than half his entire life. When he's not filming the Aussie soap, he makes a great sideline from appearing at Neighbours parties where excited fans get to have their picture taken with him/touch him.
Ryan's odds of winning: 5/1
Superstar jockey Frankie's won pretty much every race going, whilst the Italian's vivacious personality has also won him many fans. He was a team captain on A Question Of Sport from 2002-2004 but quit to focus on his racing career. In December 2012, Frankie tested positive for a drug thought to be cocaine which saw him hit with a six-month racing ban.
Frankie's odds of winning: 5/1
Lacey went from girl next door to Page 3 stunner almost overnight after winning The Sun's Page 3 Idol competition in 2011. Her unusual – and actual – surname is down to a spelling mistake by the immigration department when her grandparents moved to the UK. Since the victory, Lacey's modelled for the usual selection of gentlemen's magazines.
Lacey's odds of winning: 12/1
Spencer and Heidi – or ‘Speidi’ as they are commonly known – first found fame on MTV’s reality show The Hills. They married in 2008, although they’re known for their rocky relationship. Spencer is also known for his fiery temper, whilst Heidi once had 10 cosmetic surgery procedures in one day for a magazine cover.
Heidi and Spencer's odds of winning: 16/1
Model, 'face of the '80s' and (most crucially) Simon Cowell's ex, Paula also once starred in a Take That video. How Deep Is Your Love, for those who are interested. Her most famous role was in a Volkswagon ad that people went a bit mad for though - maybe ask your older sister about that.
Paula 's odds of winning: 20/1 (predicted to leave first)
Jim Davidson Neil "Razor" Ruddock
Nicknamed ‘Razor Ruddock’, Neil was a successful footballer in the late 80s and 90s, playing for clubs including Tottenham Hotspur, Southampton, Liverpool and West Ham. After he retired from footie, Razor enjoyed TV success, appearing on A Question Of Sport and I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
Poor Neil doesn't have any odds yet because no one had a clue he was going in! (The man he replaced was arrested as part of Operation Yewtree)