After weeks of speculation we can finally reveal the FULL line-up for I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here.
Eating bugs and taking cold showers in the river in the jungle will become the norm for celebs more accustomed to a lavish lifestyle.
With nearly a month spent doing a series of crazy tasks, celebrities will be pushed to their limits with arguments, hunger and stress all adding to the tension around the camp-fire.
Five stars have already landed in Australia – and here’s the full 12 brave stars who have checked in for this wild adventure.
Comedian Joel Dommett was the first I’m A Celebrity contestant to touch down in Australia ahead of the new series.
The former Skins star was spotted making his way through Brisbane Airport this evening, after landing at Brisbane airport at 8am local time.
Brunette Sam, 28, landed in Brisbane at around 8am on Sunday.
Sam has been dating Thomas Mairs, a student property owner, for three years after meeting in a Liverpool nightclub.
23-year-old dancer Jordan arrived in Australia on Sunday morning.
Diversity are best known for winning the 3rd series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2009, beating ‘runner-up’ singer Susan Boyle in the live final.
Jordan dated Little Mix star Jesy Nelson, before splitting in 2013.
He told Mirror Online at the airport he was no longer single – and said he was scared of snakes, heights and bugs.
He does know he’s going into a jungle, right?
Jordan is now dating brunette Naomi Ella.
Lisa Snowdon has landed Down Under, confirming she has signed for I’m A Celebrity.
She was the fourth contestant to land in Brisbane after a Britain’s Got Talent winner, an Olympian and a UK comedy star.
Snowdon, 44, who once dated Hollywood Lothario George Clooney, looked fresh as she landed at 3pm UK time.
Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt, 25, was the fifth contestant to land in Australia.
The 25-year-old was spotted at Heathrow Airport and later seen arriving in Brisbane.
Scarlett, who appears on the Channel 4 programme alongside her mum and dad, had to quit the show in order to enter the jungle.
Ola Jordan is a hot contender for a shot at the Queen of the Jungle title.
I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! bosses think Ola, 33, could be “TV gold”.
Speaking to the Mirror Online at the Pride of Britain Awards, Ola denied that she was heading into the jungle, but we believe she was just throwing us off the trail.
Carol Vorderman joins the jungle massive heading Down Under to star in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
The 55-year-old former Countdown star will hopefully get to show off her amazing math skills in the jungle on one of the many tasks she’ll be doing to win food for camp.
It’s thought the rear of the year has been offered a six-figure sum to take part and see her as the “brains” of the camp, as well as drawing in male viewers with her “sex appeal”.
Adam followed in the reality TV footsteps of his brother, Love Island star Scott.
The Emmerdale actor was linked to the show after being snapped alongside his brother Ryan living it large in Magaluf with a crowd of holiday-makers who started a conga line around a swimming pool.
Hey, why didn’t producers sign up all three?
Homes Under the Hammer presenter Martin Roberts has signed up for the upcoming series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here !
The TV star will have to get used to life with out an en suite as he is said to be heading into the jungle Down Under.
Gavin and Stacey star Larry Lamb is the most showbiz name on the list and perhaps the star with most credentials having done stints in EastEnders and Blood: The Last Vampire.
The 69-year-old father of radio DJ George Lamb is best known for playing villain Archie Mitchell in the soap and Mick Shipman in the BBC romantic comedy series Gavin & Stacey.
He also had a high-profile relationship with Lady Colin Campbell, one of the most memorable characters on last year’s show.
Broadcaster Danny Baker signed up to appear in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here.
He is said to have put pen to paper days after revealing he is now cancer-free , six years after being told it could kill him.
The 59-year-old is believed to have signed a six-figure deal for the show, which kicks off next week.
Former football star Wayne Bridge has made a transfer to the Australian jungle as sources claimed the retired left-back had been drafted in in the hope that he’ll open up around the campfire and discuss his relationship with John Terry following the Chelsea star’s affair with his then girlfriend.
It was alleged at the time that Terry had an affair with Vanessa Perroncel, Wayne’s ex-girlfriend and mother of his son Jaydon, which split the world of football back in 2010.