I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’s start date has been revealed.
Hosts Ant McPartlin and Dec Donnelly will return to Wales for the show as it hits screens again on Sunday, November 21, sources have told the Mirror.
The reality show will go ahead at Gwrych Castle for the second year in a row due to the coronavirus pandemic.
And it seems fans have to wait just a few weeks before seeing a host of famous faces set up home in camp and take on a series of dastardly Bushtucker Trials.
Former Strictly Come Dancing star Arlene Phillips was the first of this year’s contestants named by the Mirror.
While odds have tumbled on legendary Irish star Roy Keane joining the cast.
The Sky Sports TV pundit’s odds of appearing on the reality show plummeted to just 1/4 this week – making him the odds-on favourite to star in the series.
It comes fellow pundit after Ian Wright, who went Down Under himself in 2019, publicly begged ITV bosses to sign the box-office former Boys in Green man to the show this year.
A number of other well-known Irish personalities also feature in the betting as likely candidates to become a contestant on the upcoming reality show.
With Keano topping the bill, former Love Island stars Maura Higgins (3/1) and Greg O’ Shea (25/1), also get a mention, while singer Una Healy is another strong option if her odds of 6/1 are anything to go by.
Bake Off’s Nadiya Hussain, Good Morning Britain’s Richard Madeley and EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt are also thought to be heading off for a winter in Wales.
Coronation Street star’s Simon Gregson has also been rumoured for the line up, and was accused last week of letting it slip on Loose Women.