FORMER Huddersfield music student turned rock star Justin Hawkins will walk into the Big Brother House tomorrow.
The flamboyant rock star - frontman for The Darkness group - owned up to a big cocaine problem last year.
He will join former Starsky And Hutch star Paul Michael Glaser who played Starsky in the legendary 70s TV series alongside David Soul.
Also in Celebrity Big Brother House 2007 will be 24-year-old Jade Goody, who has made a fortune since appearing in Big Brother 3.
Jade's 19-year-old, boyfriend, Jack Tweedy, and her mum, Jackiey Goody, 48, are also expected in the House.
Jade's party are not expected to arrive until Friday.
Others expected to join the housemates are Michael Jackson's brother, Jermaine, ex-politician and TV show host Robert Kilroy-Silk, 64, sex swap antiques expert Lauren Harries, ex-Miss Great Britain Danielle Lloyd, 23, and rock rebel Donny Tourette - the on-off boyfriend of Bob Geldof's daughter, Peaches - who is the frontman for punk band Towers Of London.
The new-look Big Brother house has a retro style, including vivid orange carpets inside and flock-style wallpaper outside.
The celebrities will share one bedroom, which has been decorated with bold, brown swirls on the pink walls and cream carpet, mirroring the swirls on the black and white duvet covers.
A wall in the garden has been decorated with purple flock wallpaper.
Justin battled for three years against his cocaine habit last year and is believed to have beaten it.
He reckoned he had wasted around £150,000 on the drug.
Justin, who studied at Huddersfield Technical College, had a spell in the celebrity detox clinic The Priory.
The Darkness's biggest hit, I Believe in a Thing Called Love, made number two in the charts in 2003.
The group's first album, Permission to Land, sold 1.5m copies.
In an interview Justin said: "I hit absolute rock bottom. I spent over £150,000 on cocaine in three years, a frightening amount.
"I was consuming up to five grams a day which cost me £1,000 a week, sometimes more.
"With drugs you pay a price.
You lose a massive chunk of your life - and money."