This weekend, the new series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! will finally be kicking off . Over the next few weeks, fans can expect plenty of tantrums, tears, and bushtucker trials courtesy of ITV as stars go head-to-head to be crowned Queen or King of the Australian jungle.
As presenting duo Ant and Dec prepare to return as hosts, IBTimes UK lists all the important details you need to know about I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! 2015.
Who is going in the jungle?
Among the stars heading Down Under is US choreographer Brian Friedman, who has opted out of this year's X Factor to take part in I'm A Celebrity. He will be joined by Most Haunted presenter Yvette Fielding, Union J singer George Shelley, socialite and biographer Lady Colin Campbell and Spandau Ballet frontman Tony Hadley.
Rounding out this year's contestants are ex-footballer Kieron Dyer, former Hollyoaks actress Jorgie Porter, Dragons' Den entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne, boxing champ Chris Eubank, style guru Susannah Constantine and reality TV stars Vicky Pattison, Spencer Matthews and Ferne McCann.
When does it start on TV and what time?
The show will return to ITV on Sunday (15 November) at 9pm. The main hour-long show, presented once again by Ant and Dec, will be broadcast nightly on ITV (9pm). Sister show I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here Now! will follow on ITV2 (10pm).
Will Gemma Collins make a comeback?
Show insiders have confirmed that while the TOWIE star will not be on the main show, she will definitely be appearing in spin-off show I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here...Now!
What is the sex den?
If show bosses have their way, this could be the steamiest I'm a Celebrity to date. Executive producer Tom Gould has confirmed that a "private area" has been installed in the camp for contestants looking to recreate Katie Price and Peter Andre's jungle romance.
"It gets a lot of sun, so it could also be an area for sunbathing. Before, the treehouse was an area where they could go and have some private time as a couple – but it never really felt like they were out of the camp there," he said. "Down at the bottom of the creek is completely out of the way."