The iconic Celebrity Cyclone trial will be a part of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here this year.
The traditional end of series trial has become an I'm A Celebrity classic and will go ahead despite the 2020 camp moving to Wales.
Ant and Dec confirmed the news in the latest episode, with the trial airing in Thursday night's show (3 December).
The Geordie duo teased that this year's Celebrity Cyclone would be "bigger and better than ever" with some surprises prepared.
What's more, it'll be I'm A Celebrity's 400th ever trial.
The final four celebrities will face the trial, which usually sees them attempting to win stars by climbing an uphill obstacle course.
They must each take one star to a marker on the slope and keep it there until the end of the trial.
Throughout it all will be torrents of water, high-powered winds and flying debris trying to knock them off their feet.
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here continues nightly on ITV at 9PM.
The final airs on 4 December as one celeb is crowned King or Queen of the Castle.
Celebs on this year's show include journalist and broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire, Radio 1's Jordan North, Paralympic Gold Medallist Hollie Arnold, ex Strictly professional AJ Pritchard, Star of Stage & Screen Shane Richie and author Giovanna Fletcher.
They're joined by West End star Ruthie Henshall, TV presenter Vernon Kay, gold medal Olympian Sir Mo Farah, performer Russell Watson, soap star Jessica Plummer and actress Beverley Callard.
Due to the pandemic, this year's show is filming at Gwrych Castle in North Wales rather than the Australian jungle.