Pack your bags, we're heading back to the Big Brother house for a summer of backstabbing and jabs from the Zingbot 3000.
With the season 18 premiere coming up on June 22, CBS has finally announced the 12 Houseguests who will be entering the house that host Julie Chen built (OK, not really, but you know what we mean).
The latest batch of contestants will spend a record 99-days in the Big Brother house, with the season's new twists set to be revealed during the two-night premiere event. And while there's no brothers of pop stars (What's up, Frankie Grande?) or a WWE wrestler, there is one name loyal BB fans might recognize: Paulie Calafiore, whose brother Cody Calafiore competed during season 16, coming in second place.
Here's the full list of houseguests competing for the $500,000 prize this season:
Paul Abrahamian, a 23-year-old clothing designer from Tarzana, Calif.
Victor Arroyo, a 25-year-old gym manager from Slidell, La.
Corey Brooks, a 25-year-old baseball coach from Dallas
Paulie Calafiore, a 27-year-old DJ from Howell, N.J.
Bronte D'Acquisto, a 26-year-old student currently residing in Denver
Bridgette Dunning, a 24-year-old traveling nurse currently residing in Ventura, Calif.
Zakiyah Everette, a 24-year-old preschool teacher from Charlotte, N.C.
Jozea Flores, a 25-year-old makeup artist currently living in Los Angeles
Glenn Garcia, a 50-year-old dog groomer and former police detective from the Bronx
Michelle Meyer, a 23-year-old nutritionist from Washington Township, Mich.
Natalie Negrotti, a 26-year-old event coordinator currently residing in Franklin Park, N.J.
Tiffany Rousso, a 32-year-old high school teacher currently living in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Big Brother returns with a special three-hour two-night event on Wednesday, June 22 and Thursday, June 23 at 8 p.m. on CBS.