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MP George Galloway was the final Big Brother housemate
Anti-Iraq war MP George Galloway and entertainer Michael Barrymore are among the 11 contestants who have entered the Celebrity Big Brother house
Before entering the house, teetotal Galloway, who is MP for Bethnal Green and Bow, said the show would be a "chance to show a large and different audience what I'm really like".
"Tony Blair will be in a dilemma. One part of him will want me to be evicted early so I don't score another victory," he said.
"On the other hand, as long as I'm in there, I'm leaving him alone. That's going to be a dilemma for those that don't like me .
It might take me back to where I am now, which would be devastating
"Do they want me locked up in the Big Brother house, or do they want me at large and let loose on the streets?"
The inclusion of Michael Barrymore is controversial.
Once one of the highest-paid stars on TV before his fall from grace, Barrymore left the UK for New Zealand following the death at his home of Stuart Lubbock who drowned in his swimming pool.
He was dropped by ITV following an inquest, which recorded an open verdict, and he found it difficult to find work.
Mr Lubbock's family are angry at suggestions Barrymore could be paid Â£150,000 to take part in the show.