The first 'confirmed' names on the I'm A Celebrity 2019 cast have arrived in Australia.
Although strictly speaking ITV have not officially named any names for this year's series, the rumoured celebs are starting to confirm their involvement as they arrive Down Under.
First to touch down at Brisbane Airport this week was former footballer turned TV pundit Ian Wright.
He was quickly joined by American Olympian turned TV personality Caitlyn Jenner.
"I am not allowed to talk about this until next week," she told The Sun newspaper when quizzed at the airport. "I am not sure what I can say. I am not allowed to say anything."
Soap actress Jacqueline Jossa and former rugby player turned professional mixed martial artist James Haskell have also both landed in Australia, together with stand up comedian Andrew Maxwell.
They will be joined in Australia by more celebs in the coming days, if not hours, as they prepare for next Sunday's launch.
I'm A Celebrity kicks off on Sunday, November 17 on ITV at 9PM.
Alongside the stars already in Australia, those rumoured to be joining them include Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway, Myles Stephenson of boy band Rak-Su and Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts.
They're joined by Girls Aloud star turned solo singer Nadine Coyle, Coronation Street actor Andrew Whyment and Capital FM radio DJ Roman Kemp.
Meanwhile, also arriving in Australia have been hosts Ant and Dec.
Ant told The Sun from the airport: "I'm looking forward to the show.
"It's a brilliant line up isn't it? Really good, I can't wait."
Meanwhile, Adam Thomas and Emily Atack and Joel Dommett will host a new look Extra Camp spin-off on ITV2, airing each night straight after the main show.