Celebrity Big Brother's All Star twist could be back this summer so who could we expect to see on the line up of housemates?
The latest run of Celebrity Big Brother aired back in January with a brand new 'All Stars v New Stars' twist.
The line up included a mix of former Celebrity Big Brother housemates plus new celebs who are in the house for the first time.
It was the second ever All Star Celebrity Big Brother series following Ultimate Big Brother which was the final series to air on Channel 4 back in 2010.
And now we could be set for a third All Star special this summer.
Reports have claimed that show bosses are working on a 'Summer Legends' show which will again see former housemates welcomed back in the house.
This summer's CBB will be a particularly special one with the show celebrating its 20th series on TV.
According to The Sun newspaper, it'll be much bigger budget with names including Chantelle Houghton(!), Katie Price and Jim Davidson on the wish list of celebs.
“They’ve seen this series as a bit of a trial but the formula has worked well with viewers,” a source told the newspaper.
“They’re upping the budget for guests too to make it the best out of the 20 series.”
Celebrity Big Brother summer 2017 line up
So who could we see on the Celebrity Big Brother 2017 cast in the summer? As well as Chantelle, Katie and Jim, other 'new stars' rumoured include TOWIE's Bobby Norris, Union J singer Jaymi Hensley and Ex On The Beach’s Chanelle McCleary.
Also linked to the show at the time being include more Ex On The Beach stars, with Jemma Lucy as well as couple Helen Briggs and Chet Johnson all tipped to take part.
Plus there's Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model contestant Danielle Sandhu, celebrity tattooist Kevin Paul and Real Housewives of Cheshire star Ester Dee.
And other 'all stars' rumoured at this VERY early stage are Kellie Maloney, Rihan Sugden and even CBB couples Stephen Bear and Charlotte Crosby and Jeremy McConnell and Stephanie Davis.
Of course with the summer Celebrity Big Brother still AGES away, plans may well change.
We've still got the regular 'civilian' series to come first, which is also set to undergo a revamp.
Auditions for the new series of Big Brother asked only for pairs to apply - whether it be couples, siblings or BFFs - for the special run.
As yet not start date has been set for either BBUK or summer's CBB, with the shows airing any time from May to September.