This year's I'm A Celebrity line up is said to be one of the highest paid yet, with bosses having splashed the cash.
A total of twelve celebs currently made up the I'm A Celebrity 2019 contestants for the new series, which concluded at the weekend.
They are Rak-Su singer Myles Stephenson, Ex footballer and TV pundit Ian Wright MBE, Ex England rugby player James Haskell and TV and radio presenter Kate Garraway.
They're joined by comedian Andrew Maxwell, Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle, Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts, soap star Jacqueline Jossa, Capital Radio DJ Roman Kemp and Olympian and reality personality Caitlyn Jenner.
Completing the cast are latecomers, actors Andy Whyment and Cliff Parisi.
I'm A Celebrity 2019 fees 'revealed'
This year's highest paid celebrity is reported to be Caitlyn Jenner with a supposed £500,000 fee, according to The Sun newspaper.
She's followed by Ian Wright who has scooped a rumoured £400,000 payout with Nadine Coyle apparently getting £250,000 to enter camp.
Corrie star Andy Whyment is set to join the camp for a rumoured £100,000 fee.
Kate Garraway and Jacqueline Jossa are said to be getting £75,000 each while James Haskell and Adele Roberts are understood to be receiving £50,000 apiece.
Roman Kemp will reportedly be getting £40,000 for his stay with Myles Stephenson apparently signing a £25,000 deal.
However it should be noted that the celebs are unlikely to see anywhere near close to those amounts in their bank accounts, if the figures are to be believed in any case.
BBC newsreader Michael Beurk, who took part in the 2014 series, previously said of his fee: “If you only knew how much the Australian tax authorities get out of it, you'd realise at the end of the day that it is the glory, I think, I am doing it for."
As for the winner, there's no prize for being crowned King or Queen of the jungle other than the jungle crown.
Of course, the celebs all stand to earn lots more after the show thanks to the profile boost appearing can bring.
Ant and Dec host I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here on ITV.
The series will return in 2020 for a landmark 20th season.