Here's everything we know about the fourth series of The Jump ahead of the series finale.
When time does The Jump 2017 start tonight?
The Jump 2017 starts on Channel 4 kicked off at the start of this month with its first live show.
The Jump 2017 is back for episode five on Sunday, March 12 tonight at the later than usual time of 8:30PM.
Like last year, series four of the show will air each Sunday night and is expected to run for six weeks.
Davina McCall is back as host again having fronted the show since series one.
However she confessed surprise that The Jump was given the green light for another series after the injuries suffered last time.
"I was amazed [it was renewed] because I didn't think we'd be able to get people back on it but apparently people still want to do the show which is great. They're amazing," Davina said earlier this year.
Who is on The Jump 2017 line up?
Here's how the line up stands after week three:
Spencer Matthews - Made In Chelsea hunk
Lydia Bright - TOWIE star
Jason Robinson - rugby player
Louis Smith - Olympic gymnast
Kadeena Cox - Paralympic medallist
Amy Willerton - model (replacement for Vogue)
Emma Parker Bowles - Camilla Parker Bowles’ niece
Caprice Bourret - model - OUT DUE TO INJURY
Gareth Thomas - rugby player - WITHDREW
Bradley Wiggins - Retired pro cyclist OUT DUE TO INJURY
Vogue Williams - model OUT DUE TO INJURY
Robbie Fowler - Footballer - ELIMINATED
Josie Gibson - Big Brother star - ELIMINATED
Jade Jones - Olympic taekwondo champ - ELIMINATED
Mark Dolan - comic and TV host - ELIMINATED
What's tonight's event?
Over the last five weeks the competitors have honed their alpine skills and tonight they will have to dig deep as they first go head to head in boththe Snow Cross and Ski Cross races.
Then they head to the top of the Ski Jump for the last time this year.
Only one person can win. Who will jump the furthest?
What's changed since last year?
The previous series of the show was talked about a lot but always for the right reasons.
A total of seven celebs had to withdraw to injuries, ranging from broken ankles to dislocated elbows and eve a broken back.
But Channel 4 say that sow has undergone a thorough review of safety standards following the last series.
What do you make of the line up? Who do you think are the ones to watch? Tell us in the comments below...