I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here will be back in 2023 for a brand new ‘all stars’ spin-off series.
Legendary campmates have been invited back for the new show in South Africa.
The series will take place at Kruger National Park where many international versions of I’m A Celebrity are filmed.
A starting line up of nine famous faces will return to the show for the launch episode.
I’m A Celebrity South Africa will air on ITV1 and ITVX this spring with a reported start date of Monday, 24 April.
The series will air weeknights for three weeks.
Who’s on the line up?
Those confirmed to be returning to the jungle include Shaun Ryder, Helen Flanagan, Phil Tufnell, Jordan Banjo, Carol Vorderman, Paul Burrell, Amir Khan, Janice Dickinson and Fatima Whitbread.
Others rumoured to be joining them are Joe Swash, Georgia Toffolo, Andy Whyment, Myleene Klass, Dean Gaffney and Gillian McKeith.
Ant & Dec will host the spin-off which will feature the typical trials and challenges for the celebs taking part.
A source said of the new series: “Fans have been crying out for a Best Of series for years, and their prayers are being answered.
“It will see all of the iconic names who have made the show so popular over the years return to the campfire and battle it out to be crowned the Best Of champion.”
The 2023 I’m A Celebrity All Stars show comes hot off the heels of the previous series which returned to Australia after two years in Wales.
Famous faces who took part included England footballer Jill Scott MBE, stand up Seann Walsh, comic Babatúndé Aléshé, pop icon Boy George, Hollyoaks star Owen Warner and Love Island’s Olivia Attwood.
Completing the cast of the run, which aired earlier than usual due to the World Cup, included Loose Women’s Charlene White, radio presenter Chris Moyles, A Place In The Sun presenter Scarlette Douglas, former health secretary Matt Hancock, former rugby player Mike Tindall and Corrie star Sue Cleaver.
You can catch up on the latest series of I’m A Celebrity via ITVX here.