The I’m A Celebrity 2020 line up have joined Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly in Wales.
This year, the celebrities have swapped the jungle for the chilly Gwrych Castle.
And they have started battling it out for the new title of King or Queen of the Castle.
With the likes of Vernon Kay, Hollie Arnold and Mo Farah taking part, who will be crowned the I’m A Celeb winner?
Who are the IAC contestants this year?
I’m A Celebrity 2020 line up is a mixed bag – from radio DJs and TV presenters to soap legends and Olympians.
Find out more about the cast of 2020 here.
After Roman Kemp did so well in last year’s series, Radio 1 DJ Jordan will surely be looking to repeat the DJ success by joining the I’m A Celebrity 2020 line up.
Jordan, who said he “loves his food” is already coming up with a survival strategy.
“I just think it is easier to go in cold turkey! If I start worrying, I am going to start overthinking it and so I have been eating loads beforehand – a bit like an animal does before it hibernates!”
EastEnders legend Shane, 56, played Alfie Moon in some of the show’s most memorable storylines.
Reports claim that I’m A Celeb insiders have “always wanted” Shane to appear on the series.
But all Shane wants is for his kids to be proud of him
“To make the kids proud would be so nice,” Shane said.
“They were too young for the height of Alfie Moon and they have only seen Daddy dressed as a drag queen!”
Corrie legend Bev, 63, has played barmaid Liz McDonald in the soap for more than 30 years.
She’ll be hoping for another strong performance from a Corrie actor – last year her co-star Andy Whyment made it to the I’m A Celebrity final.
She said: “I think as I have played Liz for so long, people think I am quite glamorous and they think I am covered in make-up all the time.
“Well to be totally honest, I am just the opposite! I hate being dressed up and I don’t care if my nails break either! I am quite at home in comfy baggy clothes.”
Viewers were on the edge of their seats when Jessica’s character Chantelle Atkins was involved in an emotional and harrowing domestic abuse storyline earlier this year.
And Jessica, 28, wants to show people a different side to her.
“Doing I’m A Celebrity will give people a chance to see more of who I am and they will be able to see the differences between me and the character I am known for playing,” she said.
She also admitted to being a scaredy-cat: “My family are all like: ‘Jess seriously, you are such a scaredy-cat and you are so precious about your luxuries, what are you signing up for?!”
One of the UK’s most successful and best-loved athletes, 37-year-old Mo has won four Olympic gold medals.
Who can forget the London 2012 Olympics when he romped home in the 10,000m, which capped Super Saturday?
However, Mo said: “I am fearful of everything that moves – all animals!
“When I don’t train I go a bit mad! I am missing training whilst I am in the camp and my coach isn’t very happy!”
Professional dancer AJ, 26, made his name on Strictly Come Dancing, where he made the semi-finals three times.
He said: “Being trapped in a confined space will get to me for sure. And heights are not my friend too much either!
“But I am looking forward to a digital detox. It will definitely be a positive when you consider how much you work from your phone. My phone is attached to my hip 24/7!”
Vernon is a veteran TV presenter and radio DJ and is a familiar face.
He’s also married to Strictly host Tess Daly.
The 46 year old is reported to have signed a huge deal to appear on the show.
But he admitted that he agreed to do the show because of his daughters, Phoebe and Amber.
“It’s a show they watch on a regular basis and they get behind the people in the camp. I think the fact I am involved in it will make it even more fun for them!
“And now it is approaching, they are so excited. Every time I talk about it, I get a double fist pump from them and they are thrilled to be involved.”
Best-selling author and podcast host Giovanna is married to McFly’s Tom Fletcher.
With a huge Instagram following, the 35-year-old mum-of-three is clearly going to be a hit.
And Tom’s bandmate Dougie Poynter – who won I’m A Celeb in 2011 – has already given her some tips.
“He is excited by it. He doesn’t think I am bonkers going in as he knows how much I love doing things like this.
“I’ve done treks in the past and I know how great lifestyle things like this can be important for mental health.”
BBC broadcast journalist Victoria, 52, has been stalwart on TV news for several decades.
After a courageous fight against breast cancer in 2015, her daily talk show was axed by the Beeb earlier this year.
And now the mum-of-two says: “Because of cancer, I know more than lots of people, life is short.
“I am now saying yes to stuff I wouldn’t have done previously. And if I don’t do my boys proud, I will never live it down!”
Paralympian javelin thrower Hollie, 26, competed in the Rio Paralympics in 2016, the World Championships in 2017 and the Commonwealth Games in 2018.
In Rio, she won Paralympic gold.
Now she’s taken on a new challenge by joining the I’m A Celebrity 2020 line up.
Hollie says: “I don’t want it to be about my disability.
Yes I have a missing arm but I want to show people nothing stops me and it shouldn’t stop anyone else either.
“Yes I have a missing arm and I am in the Paralympics but I want to show people nothing stops me and it shouldn’t stop anyone else either.
“I hope by going on the programme, it inspires people.”
How can you watch this series?
I’m A Celebrity continues Monday- Sunday at 9pm on ITV.
Although, ITV have confirmed Saturday’s show will be consist of round ups and unseen footage.
The series will air for three weeks, with the finale taking place on Friday 4th December.
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