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The final list of "Bigg Boss 9" contestants will soon be revealed, but for now, a list of probable participants is going viral online.

Rumours have been doing the rounds about several contestants being approached, but currently only few of the celebrities have given their nod to the reality show. 

According to ANI news, 10 celebrities have been finalised as the contestants of the controversial reality show.

The celebrities list includes former couple Ankit Gera and Roopal Tyagi, who worked together in "Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke" show. Ranbir Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan's cousin Armaan Jain, who made his debut with "Lekar Hum Deewana Dil", has reportedly been confirmed for the show.

Television celebrities Mohit Malhotra, Mahi Vij, Mayur Verma and Sunil Grover will participate, along with India's first gay brand ambassador Nakshatra Bagwe, Salman Khan's look alike Najeem Khan -- last seen in "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" -- and controversial Indian model Arshi Khan, ANI reported.

ANI has confirmed that the above-mentioned 10 celebrities will participate in the show, but there has been no official announcement from the makers yet.

Meanwhile, there were reports that Farah Khan will return as the host of "Bigg Boss 9", but Salman Khan confirmed that he would host the ninth season. The makers of the show have also revealed three videos of "Bigg Boss 9" promising "double trouble".