Get the campfire started and stock up on rations of rice and beans: I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is about to return to ITV.
The new series is set to kick off on Sunday, November 13 with ten celebrities set to enter the Australian jungle.
There are some big names in there – from Countdown queen Carol Vorderman, to Strictly sensation Ola Jordan.
Here’s the full list – take a look, and start thinking now about which ones you’ll be nominating for those dreaded bushtucker trials.
Actor and comedian Joel Dommett formerly starred in E4’s Skins, and is also a stand-up comic. He’s appeared on shows including Impractical Jokers UK, and World of Weird.
The Gogglebox star is one of the most well-known faces on Channel 4’s hit show – here’s hoping we’ll see the other families on the show commenting on her jungle escapades.
The former England footballer, and husband of The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge, is signed up for camp.
The 28 year-old actor is best known for his role in Waterloo Road as Donte Charles, and currently stars in Emmerdale as Adam Barton.
TV presenter Lisa Snowden used to present Britain’s Next Top Model, and took part in the 2008 series of Strictly Come Dancing, where she came third.
The former EastEnders actor, who played Archie Mitchell back in 2008, is also well-known for playing Mick Shipman in Gavin and Stacey.
The former Countdown queen is a huge draw from the jungle – and rumours suggest she’ll be earning a significant number for her appearance.
This year’s Olympian entry is hockey player Sam Quek from the Wirral – part of the gold medal-winning team from Rio 2016.
Remember Britain’s Got Talent dance group Diversity? One of their members will be back-flipping into the jungle this year. Or, you know, just walking in.
Strictly sensation Ola quit the show after the 2015 competition – now she’s lined up for the new series of I’m A Celeb.
Who will adapt to the camp lifetyle, and who’ll be left running scared from the creepy crawlies? Tune in from November 13 to find out who the next king or queen of the jungle will be.
ITV, Sunday, 9pm