There's been plenty of rumours about who will be competing but as always, Channel 5 won't be confirming anything until launch night.
Bookies are taking bets on which of the rumours will come true however, with Katie Price and Rylan Clark two of the favourites to definitely be in the house next year according to BetVictor Showbiz.
Singer Meat Loaf, who has been widely linked to the series, is also a popular choice, as is Blue singer Lee Rylan, who has turned down offers previously.
Model Lacey Banghard and comic Justin Lee-Collins have also been tipped to be on the all star line up, despite some outrage at Collins' apparent participation.
Perhaps some of the more unlikely contenders include X Factor's Christopher Maloney at a 7/1 bet and Joan Collins at 16/1.
Bookies are also offering odds of 16/1 that either Nadine Dories or David Haye jump from the jungle to the Celebrity Big Brother house next year.
Former Big Brother host Davina McCall is a definite outsider at 20/1, although we hope one day she does take part!
Celebrity Big Brother kicks off on January 3 on Channel 5.