LOS ANGELES - AUGUST 24: Host Julie Chen speaks as contestant James Rhine, the Loss Prevention Manager originally from Miami, Fla. and currently living in Chicago, Ill., became the ninth houseguest to be evicted from the Big Brother house during the live broadcast of the CBS reality series ''Big Brother: All-Stars'' on August 24, 2006 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

I’m kind of ashamed to admit I get hooked every year on the worst show on television. Big Brother is the show where they stick a bunch of people in a house and cut them off from the outside world for a few months every summer. No cell phone. No internet. One by one the house residents vote each other out until one finally wins the money.

This season has been particularly awful. Disgusting behavior by some of the cast and an overall dull game have been a letdown to the show’s most loyal viewers.

But tonight, CBS announced what might be their apology… Celebrity Big Brother. It’s something that’s been done in other countries, but never in the United States. No regular John Doe’s. The house instead will be filled with celebrities. But let’s face it… it probably won’t be an A-list of celebrities either.

Who would you like to see in the house? Tweet @WQYKGeno with #BBCelebrity.

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