|It's the last day in the Celeb BB house for the 6 finalists and only a few hours remain until one of them is crowned the winner. So who will it be? Let's take a quick look at the line-up.
Stand up comedian and former TV game show presenter
Jim went into the house handcuffed to singer Linda Nolan, with whom he shares a troubled history. The pair squabbled for the entire duration of Linda's time in the house, and it's doubtful the hatchet will be buried anytime soon. He bonded with Dappy, clashed with Luisa and Jasmine, and had a deadpan sense of humour, coming out with gems such as "it's like hell" and "roll on death".
Successful Business Entrepreneur and Apprentice runner up
Luisa was paired with Boxing Champ Evander Holyfield for her entrance into the house. She struck up a close friendship with American Jasmine Waltz, had a love-hate relationship with Dappy and threw herself into all the BB tasks with great enthusiasm. She had several rebellious moments, including breaking out of confinement to steal chocolates for her and Lionel. Her words to live by are "if in doubt, smile and pout".
N Dubz frontman and successful Solo Singer
Dappy's unlikely companion for his first few days in the house was outspoken Daily Mail Columnist Liz Jones. Dappy developed a touching bromance with Jim Davidson, argued then made up with Luisa, had no qualms about getting naked in the house and serenaded his fellow celebs with one of his hits during a task.
Big Brother certainly set the cat among the pigeons by coupling Casey and Blue Singer Lee Ryan for their BB entrance, setting the wheels in motion for the pair to get it together. A love triangle soon emerged when Lee also romanced Actress Jasmine Waltz, and this became the main focus of Casey's experience in the house. When Jasmine was evicted, Casey cosied up to Lee again, she had an emotional roller coaster of a ride for sure.
Ollie Locke and Sam Faiers
Made In Chelsea and TOWIE stars Ollie and Sam are famous for starring in their respective fly on the wall reality shows so are no strangers to being scrutinised. Perhaps this made their experience in the house a more relaxed affair. They played a canny game, avoiding controversy and managing to get along with everyone equally well, which stood them in good stead for the nominations process. Is it really worthy of a win though?
In the oft spoken words of Marcus Bentley, Who wins? You decide. Lots of discussion available over on the forum in the run up to tonight's show, come in and have your say.......