The I'm A Celebrity 2016 line up of celebrity contestants have started to arrive Down Under.
The new series starts a week today (Sunday) on ITV and the first members of this year's cast have been 'unofficially confirmed'.
As yet, ITV have not revealed just who will be entering the jungle but some celebs have given the game away as they arrive in Australia.
I'm A Celebrity 2016 contestants line up
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The first to arrive was 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.
The third to touch down was Diversity star Jordan Banjo. The dancer is one member of the BGT winning dance group and previously dated Little Mix's Jesy Nelson.
Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt is also in Australia as well as TV presenter Lisa Snowden.
Most recent to arrive today (Monday) is Strictly dancer Ola Jordan, who supposedly signed up after another celeb quit at the last minute.
More celebs are expected to be confirmed in the coming hours.
Who's in I'm A Celebrity this year?
So who could be joining the current line up at an Aussie airport very soon?
Broadcasting legend Danny Baker is one of the most recent names to be rumoured, 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 Homes Under The Hammer presenter Martin Roberts.
As well as the show's cast, presenters Ant and Dec are due to arrive in Australia soon 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.
I'm A Celebrity 2016 starts on ITV next Sunday, November 13, at 9PM.