Courtney Stodden has entered the Celebrity Big Brother U.K. home and is ready for whatever comes her way!
On Thursday, E! News exclusively reported that she was set to be the latest American to join the hit Channel 5 British reality show.
A mere 24 hours ago, the blond star was welcomed into the home in front of a live studio audience.
"I'm looking forward to sharing my Big Brother experience with all my fans as soon as I'm set free," Stodden exclusively told E! News.
The house, which Stodden and other celebs will now call home, has been completely revamped from its earlier days.
Decorated in bright colors like red and purple, the modern-style house is bound to hold countless memorable moments among the cast members.
The grand entrance features a red carpet (perfect for some of the housemates) and bold blue walls filled with numerous mock doors.
And if any one person in particular lands in the hot seat, it'll be an over-the-top one at that.
The furniture in the home almost upstages the guests with its loud colors and intricate designs.
Stodden's mom and manager Krista Keller told E! News that her 51-year-old husband, Doug Hutchison, has been "very supportive."
"He really misses Courtney, she's been pulled away from him," she says. "He loves being with her. They've never been apart."
She adds: "And I've never been apart from her either!"
"Courtney is a renaissance girl," her momager explains. "She can handle so many things. But I think all the contestants are nervous. I'm just hoping that they treat each other respectfully. It's a pretty wild show. Anything can happen."
Other celebs joining the series include Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby, model Sophie Anderton, former football manger Ron Atkinson, Loose Women panelist Carol McGriffin, boy bander Abz Love, actors Bruce Jones and Vicky Entwistle, former Saved by the Bell star Dustin Diamond, Louie Spence, Mario Falcone, Danielle Marr and Lauren Harries.