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E4 to show Celebrity Big Brother Australia

E4 to show Celebrity Big Brother Australia
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E4 confirms that it will show the most recent season of the Australian version of Celebrity Big Brother next month.

E4 has confirmed that it will screen the most recent season of Celebrity Big Brother Australia next month.

The show, which aired down under before Christmas, uses a pre-recorded format in which the housemates vote each other out rather than the public.

Notable names who took part in the show included trans icon Caitlyn Jenner, Meghan Markle's half-brother Thomas Markle Jr, Married At First Sight's Jessika Power and Donald Trump's former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman.

E4's decision to broadcast the 11-episode season - 12 years after Channel 4 dropped the UK version - comes after E4's recent ratings success with Australian versions of shows including Married At First Sight, The Bachelor and First Dates.

The show begins on Sunday, February 6.

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