Fans of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! are in for a shock as the Australia camp is reportedly just a fake jungle with a roof over it.
So, the celebs that have headed Down Under for the new season are Fred Sirieix, Nella Rose, Josie Gibson, Nick Pickard, Danielle Harold, Sam Thompson, Jamie Lynn Spears, Nigel Farage, Marvin Humes, and Grace Dent.
Take a look at 2023's campmates below:
The first episode aired on Sunday night (19 November), with two million fewer viewers than last year.
An average of seven million viewers watched the return of the show, according to overnight ratings, as ITV reported a peak audience of 7.8 million.
Whereas the first episode of the 2022 series had an average audience of 9.1 million and a peak viewership of 10.3 million.
Despite lower viewership numbers, millions are still tuning in to witness the group of famous faces get doused with thousands of humongous bugs and fed cocktails made from all sorts of animal body parts.
However, if you think about it, without the appropriate precautions, a bit of bad rain and Australia's version of Storm Debbie would mean game over.
Last year, it was reported that the I'm A Celeb camp actually has a secret roof that not only allows somewhere for the campmates to shelter during torrential rain, but also protects the recording equipment used on the show.
Oh, and they reportedly use it to lower down whatever the celebs have won after their various Bushtucker trials as well.
An insider told MailOnline that while the cover doesn’t actually cover the beds that the celebrities sleep in, it does offer one area where they can run for shelter if the rain does get really awful, which it can at this time of the year in Australia.
What’s more, the ‘jungle’ they are staying in might not actually be a real jungle!
The Springbrook National Park, where the series has traditionally been held - apart from those two years in Wales - is actually described as a ‘lowland subtropical rainforest’.
To be quite honest, it feels like we’re splitting hairs on that front.
The insider is quoted as having said: "A lot of the camp is not under shelter - it’s not like the roof at Wimbledon.”
Alison Hammond previously confirmed there is some shelter at the camp, meaning that stars can’t just catch a tan while they’re lying around counting the zeros on their payslips.
The This Morning presenter, who took part on the show in 2010, spoke on the Saving Grace podcast, telling the host: "No, you can't [sunbathe].
“There's trees everywhere and also they've got this canopy for lighting.
“You feel like you're on a camping film set but you can't see the cameras."
LADbible has contacted ITV for comment.
Watch I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! daily at 9pm on ITV1 & ITVX.