Gemma Collins, Nicola McLean and Marnie Simpson have been invited back into the "Big Brother" house as part of this week's civilian shopping task.
The trio - who took part in the all-star version of the show in January 2016, July 2016 and January 2017 respectively - are set to give the housemates of the current series a shock, although somewhat unpleasant, as they re-enter the famous abode and force them to treat them like VIPs - being their servants and granting their every wish.
A spokesperson for "Big Brother" said in a statement: "For this week's shopping task, Big Brother has invited "Celebrity Big Brother" favourites Nicola Mclean, Marnie Simpson and Gemma Collins to stay in the house. The housemates will have to earn their keep as they struggle to cater to the whims and diva demands of the VIP guests."
It's not known how long the celebrities will be staying in the house but there will no doubt be plenty of drama involved as they weren't the easiest of people to live with.
Although the show has only just returned to screens, there's already been blazing rows, personality clashes and tears, so much so that Arthur Fulford has already quit.
Speaking to The Sun Online, he said: "I felt bullied and isolated. But at the same time I didn't want to allow myself to become a victim.
"I knew what I was doing the whole time, winding people up, but it didn't come from a place of malice. Every year Big Brother has a "cool group" consisting of the young, good looking models. They treat the rest of us as their inferiors and that infuriated me! One of my biggest fears in the house was how I was being perceived from the outside."