The other "star" names in the latest series include Marco Pierre White Junior, the son of celebrity chef Marco Pierre White, modelling twins Emma and Victoria Jensen, former BBC news reporter Andy West, Alex Cannon, the best friend of Geordie Shore's Vicky Pattison and Lateysha Grace, a star of MTV's reality show The Valleys.
Laura, 30, who boasted that she was prepared to have sex in the reality TV house and is famed for having a threesome with pop singer Justin Bieber, could be given the shove in tonight's live show on Channel 5.
The twins were not the only ones to break out of the house on Friday, with model Marco Pierre White Jr, 20, and 48-year-old self-made millionaire and entrepreneur Chelsea Singh making a dash for freedom before returning.
In last night's highlights she vowed to cool things down with Marco after getting booed by the crowd in the live show.
However, in a twist to the series, instead of being evicted from the house altogether, the ex-Formby High School student will now take up a spot in The Other House - a house next door for six reserve housemates.
Earlier, they'd agreed to start sleeping in the same bed together, with Marco telling her: 'I just wanna sleep and have a good time on Big Brother'. We do need to let you into a little secret. "You have lost your place as as housemates, but you have not been voted out by the public".
Dietrich continued: 'He told me, "I'm sorting out a lot of money I owe other people, which is why I'm going on Big Brother", but before he went into the house he called again and told me he has no intention of ever paying me'.
The housemate went ballistic after Andrew Tate and Alex Ruckledge stepped into the house from The Others' camp.
And one even said they wouldn't be surprised if Laura turned out to be betrothed to Marc, and wrote: "Seen (sic) as Laura and Marco already knew each other b4 BBUK!" The argument was sparked when Natalie took offence during a discussion about racism with Jayne, leading to a fiery confrontation in the garden.
Big Brother continues on Channel 5, Saturday, June 11, 10.00pm.