Celebrity Big Brother is set to launch in the US next month with Shangela and Todrick Hall rumoured to appear.
This will be the third season of the celebrity version of Big Brother in the US.
While the cast hasn’t been confirmed yet rumours are swirling about who will compete.
Shangela and Todrick Hall on Celebrity Big Brother?
If Shangela and Todrick are to appear on Celebrity Big Brother it is set to be quite a queer season.
The two Drag Race stars have been named as potential houseguests for the upcoming season,
Other potential LGBTIQA+ stars being named include Clay Aiken, Jillian Michaels and Sha’Carri Richardson.
However, if Shangela and Todrick Hall are cast together they could become a force to be reckoned with.
Celebrity Big Brother in the US works much like their standard seasons.
Houseguests must compete in challenges for rewards, immunity and powers to help control the votes.
The houseguests must work together, form alliances and ultimately vote each other out of the house.
Todrick Hall was a guest judge on All-Stars 3 which Shangela was a contestant on.
Shangela has also appeared in the music video for Dollhairs with Todrick.
Given their existing relationship, it’s safe to say these two would form a killer alliance, but can it take them all the way to the end?
Celebrity Big Brother is no stranger to the Drag Race family.
The Celebrity Big Brother format is familiar territory for several of the Drag Race family.
Regular Drag Race judge 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.
Despite her popularity, she finished in 5th place to eventual winner Katie Price.
Courtney Act however had a much better run on the 21st season in 2018.
After controversially tripping and losing her skirt when entering the house, Courtney went on to win the series.
Will Shangela and Todrick make it all the way to the end?
Catch them together below in the music video for Dollhairs by Todrick Hall.
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