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Celebrity Big Brother stars 'to film intro videos in mid-February'

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A new report suggests that Celebrity Big Brother may start in early March.
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Celebrity Big Brother is reportedly due to begin in a little over a month's time.

The iconic reality show is making a comeback on ITV1 in March, following on from the successful revival of Big Brother late last year.

According to The Sun, the celeb lineup has not been fully finalised yet but interviews for their intro videos will be filmed in the middle of this month, suggesting an early March start date rather than late March.

A source told the newspaper: "Not all of the famous faces have even signed on the dotted line yet but the series is going full steam ahead and [ITV] has already booked in studios to shoot the introductory videos that will play as each well-known housemate arrives.

"The first ones are set to be filmed in just a couple of weeks in mid-February, and they should all be shot by the end of the month, bar any late signings.

"Producers want this year's stars to be really outrageous in their opening segments, so will be encouraging them to deliver their fighting talk and make dramatic promises that will hook viewers in."

Among the names in the frame for the show are Kate Middleton's uncle Gary Goldsmith, entrepreneur Levi Roots and TOWIE's Pete Wicks. body check tags ::

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