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The start date for the next series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here has been revealed, and fans haven't got long to wait or prepare themselves.
In fact, we're looking at a 21 November start date, so in less than three weeks, according to The Sun.
The show, which will return to Wales for a second year running, will kick off at Gwrych Castle bolstered by a bumper cast, alongside regular hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly.
Rumoured to be joining the grinning Geordie duo for some testicle-eating torture this year is 47-year-old Coronation Street star Simon Gregson, as well as EastEnders soap-wars rival Adam Woodyatt, 53.
Woodyatt will be known even to people who don't watch EastEnders as Ian Beale, from his internet meme notoriety.
One of the highest-profile celebs who is allegedly in for a spider bath is breakfast TV stalwart Richard Madeley.
As well as those names, Frankie Bridge - formerly of pop band The Saturdays - and Maura Higgins of Love Island fame are both rumoured to be taking part this year.
Ru Paul's Drag Race UK star Cheryl Hole - also known as Luke Underwood - has also been strongly linked with an appearance on the show.
Even stars such as Great British Bake Off star Nadiya Hussain and radio and TV presenter Maya Jama have been linked.
Basically, they're making up for the fact that they're confined to the UK for another year by getting some big names involved.
Still, it's worth remembering that no-one has yet been confirmed, and the release date is only reported as of yet.
However, whatever we can expect from this year's I'm a Celeb, we can count on their being creepy crawlies and Bushtucker trials galore, as well as a healthy amount of in-camp disputes, tears, and laughter along the way.
Well, if you're one of the millions of people who tune into the show, anyway.
If you are, you'll remember that 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, amongst others.
Fletcher eventually won with just over 50 percent of the public vote, whereas North took in 49 percent.
It was bloody close, and may well be again this year.
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