Carson Kressley and Todrick Hall confirmed for US Celebrity Big Brother

Drag Race Judges Carson Kressley and Todrick Hall Celebrity Big Brother

After rumour mills went into overdrive Drag Race judges Carson Kressley and Todrick Hall have been confirmed for US Celebrity Big Brother

Despite many sources confirming her appearance Shangela is not on the 2022 cast list. 

Kressley and Hall are two of the eleven houseguests for the 3rd iteration of the show.

Can Carson Kressley or Todrick Hall win Celebrity Big Brother?

Ahead of casting for celebrity programs like Big Brother, there is always plenty of speculation about who will be cast.

Whilst producers try to remain tight-lipped, many names are often leaked.

Last week it was reported that both Shangela and Todrick Hall would be competing in the third season of US Celebrity Big Brother.

However the final cast has been revealed with no Shangela, but Carson Kressley instead.

Both contestants however are still part of the Rupaul’s Drag Race Family.

Kressley has been a regular judge on the program since season seven and on the All-Stars spin-off since season two.

Todrick Hall has also consistently appeared as guest judge and choreographer across various seasons.

The two are no strangers to each other, will they work together and form an alliance to take home the prize?

Celebrity Big Brother is no stranger to the Drag Race family.

Judges from Drag Race are no strangers to the Celebrity Big Brother format.

Ross Matthews appeared on the US version in 2018 placing runner-up to eventual winner Marissa Winokur.

Meanwhile, both Michelle Visage and Courtney Act have appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in the UK.

Visage appeared on the 15th season in the UK in 2015, placing fifth while Courtney Act went on to win her season.

Australian Big Brother VIP to air in the UK

Whilst Carson and Todrick will be competing in the US, Australia will be making its mark with their series in the UK.

E4 in the UK have confirmed they will be airing Australia’s Big Brother VIP, in lieu of their own version again.

Big Brother has not aired in the UK since 2018, instead now choosing to take a look, down under.

Last year the Australian version of the Celebrity Big Brother format made international headlines when they cast Caitlyn Jenner.

She paused her run for governor of California to film the show, despite Australia being in the midst of international border restrictions.

Joining her in the house was former political aide to Donald Trump, Omarosa and Meghan Markle’s brother Thomas Markle Jnr.

Despite generating lots of attention both Omarosa and Jenner departed the program early.

Watch the full cast reveal for the US Celebrity Big Brother below.

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