Who's who in the Celebrity Big Brother house.
A black-caped Davina McCall, host of the Channel Four show, introduced the famous - and not-so-famous - faces before they entered the house one by one.
Those who win the viewers' support will remain in the house for 25 days, she told the crowd.
Jackson, who now lives in Dubai, was co-lead singer of The Jackson 5 with his brother Michael.
Next in was Danielle Lloyd, wearing a back and white minidress, who was booed by the crowd as she walked the red carpet.
The 23-year-old glamour model was stripped of her Miss Great Britain title after she posed for Playboy and it emerged she was dating competition judge Teddy Sheringham.
Legendary film director Ken Russell was next inside the house, but he needed a little help from Davina getting in.
Former S Club 7 singer Jo O'Meara, aged 27, was the fourth housemate to appear.
Curly-haired singer Leo Sayer made a quieter entrance than some of his co-contestants.
Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty, aged 31, was the sixth person to enter the house. Next was Carole Malone, aged 47, the Sunday Mirror columnist. She was followed by rocker Donny Tourette, lead singer of big-haired punk band Towers of London and Former Steps singer Ian 'H' Watkins, aged 30, was the eighth. He said: "People's perception of me is that I'm that blonde knob from Steps." Unfortunately he is no longer blond.
Actress and writer Cleo Rocos followed Watkins into the house.The redhead, aged 44, shot to fame on The Kenny Everett Show in the 1980s. Last into the house was actor Dirk Benedict -the dashing Templeton 'The Face' Peck in hit Eighties show The A-Team.
Film director Ken Russell arrives to enter the Celebrity Big Brother house' singer Jo O'Meara' Jermaine Jackson' Danielle Lloyd' Leo Sayer' Shipla Shetty' Donny Tourette' Carol Malone' Ian 'H' Watkins' Cleo Rocos' Dirk Benedict
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Jan 4, 2007|
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