Here's all you need to know about I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2018.
Form the I'm A Celebrity 2018 cast line up of celebrities to when the show is back on TV and who's hosting, we've got you covered.
When does I'm A Celebrity start this year?
The I'm A Celebrity 2018 launch date has not yet been officially confirmed by ITV.
However the show is typically back in November time and that's unlikely to change again.
Usually it starts either the second or third Sunday of the month, placing this year's I'm A Celeb air date around November 11 or 18.
Who's on I'm A Celebrity 2018?
A number of celebrities have been rumoured for the I'm A Celebrity 2018 cast.
The Saturdays' Frankie Bridge is one of the favourites to join the I'm A Celebrity 2018 line up. The Saturdays singer has reportedly admitted she'd love to enter the jungle and the bookies are going 2/1 about her wish being granted.
Chloe Madeley is also currently being backed to be one of this year's white bikini babes, according to Ladbrokes.
The newly engaged fitness freak is now as short as 2/1 with the bookies to head Down Under for a stint in the jungle later on this year.
Former S Club 7 star Rachel Stevens and Corrie actress Catherine Tyldesley are also fancied for a stint on the show at odds of 3/1 apiece.
Also rumoured are Love Island and Blazin Squad star Marcel Somerville, snooker player Ronnie O'Sullivan (3/1), winter Olympian Elise Christie (2/1) and Strictly Come Dancing pro Brendan Cole (Evens) after his exit from the BBC One series.
Meanwhile, soap star Jacqueline Jossa says she's considering taking part in I'm A Celebrity 2018. She said: “I was asked about doing I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here last year but I couldn’t do it as I was contracted to EastEnders."
Plus, Jack Maynard says he wants to return to I'm A Celebrity to "prove himself". The 22-year-old YouTube vlogger left the show just a few days into the series last year.
Who's hosting it all?
As yet, it's not clear. Ant has recently stepped down from TV commitments and is not expected to be back for the rest of the year.
Whether or not Dec will host alone has not been confirmed.
It's also not yet been confirmed who will be on the ITV2 spin-off show Extra Camp. Last year saw Scarlett Moffatt and Joel Dommett join, replacing Vicky Pattison, Chris Ramsey and Stacey Solomon.
ITV haven't announced if the 2016 Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt, 2016 runner up and comedian Joel and Jungle favourite and former King of the Jungle Joe Swash will be back again.