The line-up for the latest series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! has been revealed and you can start placing your bets on who will be crowned king or queen of the jungle.
The hit ITV show is coming pretty soon as the new series will debut on 19 November, otherwise known as a week on Sunday.
This year's line-up features Fred Sirieix, Frankie Dettori, Nella Rose, Tony Bellew, Nigel Farage, Josie Gibson, Nick Pickard, Jamie-Lynn Spears, Danielle Harold, Sam Thompson, Marvin Humes and Grace Dent heading into the jungle.
That's a pretty strong line-up compared to some past years, with plenty of campmates to be voted into humiliating bush tucker trials where they can win nicer meals and prizes for the rest of the group.
The likes of champion boxer Tony Bellew and Britney Spears' sister Jamie-Lynn will be donning the shirts with their names and numbers on the back to be told by Ant and Dec 'it might be you' going up for the latest disgusting trial.
Joining them are beloved TV personalities like Fred Sirieix from First Dates and EastEnders star Danielle Harold, who bowed out of the soap to much fanfare after a heartbreaking storyline.
Then of course there's a controversial pick in politician Nigel Farage, who follows in the footsteps of Matt Hancock as the guy we're expecting will be voted into all sorts of bush tucker trials.
Former Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson will be hoping his reality TV show charm still applies when you've got scorpions crawling all over your face and JLS performer Marvin Humes brings a bit of a showman's knack to the line-up.
Many of these famous faces tack close to the rumours which had been swirling around the show, though anyone hoping to see Corrie's Alan Halsall appear on I'm A Celebrity will have been sorry to see that he was recently in surgery and can't make it.
Fans of the show are describing this year's line-up as 'one of the best I've seen in the show's history', while others already seem to have chosen the celebs they'd like to see go through the trials.
However, the inclusion of Nigel Farage is already proving to be a controversial decision for many viewers.