Three new housemates will enter the Big Brother house during a live show on Friday night.

Six potential new contestants will turn up at Elstree studios with their bags packed, where host Davina McCall and a live audience will welcome – or boo – them, but only three will be chosen to join the reality show.

Evictions were cancelled this week after Irish student Caoimhe quit the show on Tuesday and Mancunian travel agent Keeley was taken to hospital after fracturing her ankle when trying to escape from a bath while dressed as a spider, as part of a task.

A Big Brother spokeswoman revealed it was still not yet known whether Keeley would return to the house.

During Friday night’s two live shows on Channel 4 at 9pm and 10.30pm, Davina will interview Caoimhe about her time in the Big Brother house and ask her what she thought of her fellow housemates.

Oxford student Andrew and Katie Price lookalike Corin will perform a duet of the song (I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life from the hit film Dirty Dancing, in front of the live crowd outside the house, as part of their weekly shopping task.

Earlier today, the housemates recorded a video of Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing, inspired by popular musical TV show Glee, with air hostess Rachel and Army veteran Steve singing lead vocals.

The video will be available to view from 11am on Friday on the official Big Brother website – www.channel4.co.uk/bigbrother.

If their performance is viewed more than 100,000 times, the housemates will pass that part of their Glee-themed shopping task, to help win a luxury shopping budget to feed them and the new arrivals next week.