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ITV has confirmed the list of famous people heading into the Welsh castle for the upcoming season of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!
The people who will be taking on Bushtucker Trials and other heart-stopping challenges was leaked last week.
But the television network has finally confirmed who will be given the now iconic red jungle uniforms.
We'll be getting broadcaster and ex-BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin, Olympic Gold Medallist Matty Lee, Radio 1Xtra DJ Snoochie Shy, TV presenter and journalist Richard Madeley, choreographer Dame Arlene Phillips, DBE, music producer Naughty Boy, Paralympic Gold Medallist Kadeena Cox, MBE, football legend David Ginola, pop star and presenter Frankie Bridge and finally Emmerdale star Danny Miller.
ITV said in a statement: "I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! returns which can mean only one thing...the time has come for a brand new cast of celebrities to battle it out in TV's toughest entertainment challenge.
"This year the show will return to the historic Gwrych Castle, Abergele in North Wales. Ant & Dec will host live every night on ITV and ITV Hub from the castle."
The show is set to hit our screens on 21 November, so we haven't got too long to go until we see the famous face above chowing down on testicles and having spiders dropped onto their heads.
This will be the second year that I'm A Celebrity is set in a Welsh castle, rather than the Australian bushland, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The drafty, and slightly creepy, Gwrych Castle offers campmates very different living conditions from what we've become used to over the show's 20-year history.
Last year's TV event in Wales was won by the author, presenter, and blogger Giovanna Fletcher, who beat radio DJ Jordan North, as well as a number of other celebrities including Vernon Kay, Mo Farah, Shane Richie, and Victoria Derbyshire, among others.
Fletcher eventually won with just over 50 percent of the public vote, whereas North took in 49 percent.
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