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"Celebrity Big Brother" Cast Revealed!

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After almost two months of speculation and names being thrown around, much like with "Dancing With the Stars," the cast of "Celebrity Big Brother" has finally been revealed. Here you go:

  • Omarosa Manigault- "The Apprentice" and former White House something or other
  • Brandi Glanville- best-selling author, model, and former "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" co-star
  • Marisa Jaret Winokur- actress
  • Keisha Knight Pulliam- actress, "The Cosby Show"
  • Chuck Liddell- UFC fighter 
  • Metta World Peace (Ron Artest)- athlete
  • Shannon Eliabeth- actress, "American Pie"
  • Ross Matthews- comedian
  • Mark McGrath-Sugar Ray frontman
  • Adriana Gutierrez- Miss Universe 1st runner-up
  • James Maslow- actor/singer
The show premieres on CBS Wednesday, February 7th and will end on Sunday, February 24th with host Julie Chen. 13 episodes will air with 4 being 2 hours long. My question: where are the celebrities? 


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