We could get at least two more celebrity contestants on the I'm A Celebrity 2016 line up this year.
A total of ten celebs have joined the official I'm A Celebrity 2016 cast with a line up including actors, dancers and sports stars.
After weeks of speculation, ITV last night revealed the all star cast ahead of Sunday's launch show
Those currently confirmed to be heading into the Jungle for the new series include Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo, ex England footballer Wayne Bridge, comic Joel Dommett, dancer Ola Jordan and actor Larry Lamb.
Joining them are Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt, Olympic hockey player Sam Quek, TV and Radio presenter Lisa Snowdon, soap star Adam Thomas and TV personality Carol Vorderman-MBE.
But that may not be everyone.
We know I'm A Celebrity often like to add a few extra names into the mix once launch is out of the way with last year's champ Vicky Pattison one of those who entered later in the series.
Two names widely rumoured to be a part of the show - broadcasting legend Danny Baker and Homes Under The Hammer star Martin Roberts - don't appear on the official list.
Danny teased on Twitter: "To be fair, I did have talks with IACGMOOH this year but when I said my luxury item had to be a case of white wine the f****** backed out."
More celebrity contestants tipped to take part in I'm A Celebrity get Me Out Of Here 2016 include Craig Charles, who appeared briefly in a previous series, Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding and Absolutely Fabulous' Helen Lederer.
There's also footballer Robbie Savage, American actress Ayda Field, who is married to Robbie Williams and Neighbours' Olympia Valance.
But for now, we've got our official starting ten.
The new series begin on November 13 at 9PM with hosts Ant and Dec.
And straight after you can catch new spin off show Extra Camp on ITV2 with host Vicky Pattison.