'Celebrity Big Brother US' Rumors: Sebastian Bach in Talks to Appear as a Houseguest?

"Celebrity Big Brother US" might be getting three new additions to its cast.

Reports are saying that all-star celebrities are eager to appear as houseguests for the reality TV competition. No confirmation has been made, but three personalities have already been rumored to appear on the show.

Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach is reportedly in talks to be a houseguest. He has appeared in a few Broadway plays and viewers should recognize him from "Trailer Park Boys."

Shortly after the network announced "Celebrity Big Brother," rumors about the casting of Motley Crue's Vince Neil was rife. The production team reportedly wanted to bring the pair together, hoping for the two strong personalities to clash; thus, creating the drama the show needs.

Brandi Glanville is another name that is been linked to the casting. The former model used to be a member of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." She was a regular through seasons three to five. She has been teasing an upcoming project but has yet to reveal it. Many suspect it to be "Big Brother."

Professional skateboarder Bam Margera took a downward spiral after the death of his "Viva La Bam" co-star Ryan Dunn. He has secretly battled alcoholism and bulimia in the past years but he has overcome that. More importantly, he is reportedly looking forward to returning to TV. Perhaps the rumors are true and he has indeed pursued a new opportunity to return to the small screen.

Other rumored celebrities include Kathy Griffin, Neil Patrick Harris, Ryan Lochte, and more. "Big Brother" host Julie Chen, on the other hand, has a different type of celebrities in mind.

"I know ['Tonight Show' host] Jimmy Fallon is a big fan of the show," she previously said. "If he does do it, I bet we could get [Stephen] Colbert, [James] Corden and [Jimmy] Kimmel. Can you imagine?"

"Celebrity Big Brother US" premieres on CBS this winter.

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