There's still a week until I'm A Celebrity 2016 launches but celebs have started to arrive in Australia.
Last week saw presenters Ant and Dec touch down along with a host of new stars for the spin-off show on ITV2.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here NOW is now known as 'Extra Camp' and Vicky Pattison - the reigning Queen of the Jungle - will head up a new team of presenters after Laura Whitmore quit earlier this year.
She'll be joined by comedian and Celebrity Juice regular Chris Ramsey, and fellow I'm A Celeb champions Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash.
Now the first celebrity contestants have reportedly touched down in Australia. One is Skins star and comedian Joel Dommett.
As well as his appearances on the E4 series, Joel has appeared on Sky 1's music panel show Bring The Noise and is one of the pranksters on Impractical Jokers UK.
Joining him in Australia is Olympian Sam Quek, who won gold in Rio 2016 as part of Team GB's women's hockey team.
ITV aren't confirming anyone officially just yet, but there has been a lot of speculation ahead of an expected cast announcement next week.
Broadcasting legend Danny Baker is one of the most recent names in the mix having reportedly scooped the biggest fee of this year's celebs so far.
Actor Larry Lamb, and TV presenter Carol Vorderman is also both said to have been offered a 'six figure deal' to take part.
Carol said this week: "I can neither confirm nor deny whether I'm going into the jungle," so read into that what you will...
More names linked to the I'm A Celebrity 2016 cast include former England footballer Wayne Bridge and Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt.
When does I'm A Celebrity start this year?
If you're wondering when I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is back on TV then wonder no more!
ITV have confirmed the show is back this month with November 13 announced as the start date.
The show begins at 9PM with hosts Ant and Dec.