Two new celebrities have been confirmed for the cast of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here 2016.
And they aren't that surprising.
As we all expected - and despite their denials - broadcasting legend Danny Baker and Homes Under The Hammer host Martin Roberts are entering the jungle.
Comic, screenwriter and radio DJ Danny is said to have scooped the biggest fee of the series so far with an undisclosed 'six figure deal'.
A source told The Sun newspaper previously: “Danny doesn’t need the money but producers made him an offer he just couldn’t refuse."
Meanwhile it's been claimed that producers reckon Martin will provide some humour in the camp.
"He’s naturally very funny, but BBC1 viewers normally only get snippets from him as he goes from auction to auction on Homes Under the Hammer. Producers reckon he’ll go down well with viewers," an insider said.
The pair will make for a total of twelve celebs who have left their plush pads and luxuries far behind to brave up to three weeks taking on the harsh surroundings of the Australian jungle.
The first ten all star contestants taking part in the new series entered the camp on Sunday and 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.
I'm A Celebrity 2016 continues tonight on ITV from 9PM with a bumper 90 minute show.
Danny and Martin will join the celebrities currently in the camp later on in the week.