I'm A Celebrity hosts Ant and Dec have teased this year's all star line up.
The pair arrived in Australia yesterday ahead of the new series which starts on ITV next Sunday night (November 13).
Dec quipped he was backing a fellow Geordie to win the series but warned you never know who will prove to be hits with viewers.
“When you just see names and faces on a piece of paper it’s really difficult," he said. “It’s when you see them in the flesh that’s when you really get a sense of it.
“This time last year none of us knew who Lady C was, and what she was gonna be like, so it’s hard to tell what it’s going to be like this year.”
I'm A Celebrity cast begin to arrive in Australia
It wasn't just Ant and Dec who touched down last night with the first celebs flying in too.
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 most recent arrival, TV presenter Lisa Snowden.
We've just days to countdown now until I'm A Celebrity 2016 is back on TV next Sunday night.
ITV have confirmed the show is back on November 13 at 9PM, live from the jungle with Ant and Dec.