Strap yourselves in for a series of absolute carnage because this line-up cannot get any better (well, there's no Kim Woodburn or Gemma Collins, but still...).
We've finally got the cast list of 'I'm A Celebrity: All Stars', and some of our favourite campmates were willingly thrown back into the mix for our sheer entertainment all over again.
In case you aren't already aware, a very special edition of the reality competition is set to air on ITV next year, which will see a collection of some familiar jungle faces return for another go at being a celebrity and surviving in the wilderness. This time around, however, the series has been pre-recorded and will also take place in a new location - South Africa.
The 15 returning celebrities were spotted heading home from the airport just yesterday, and here's the full list which was reported by The Sun:
Gillian McKeith (former presenter of 'You Are What You Eat')
Carol Vorderman (former 'Countdown' presenter)
Janice Dickinson (former judge on 'America's Next Top Model')
Helen Flanagan (former 'Coronation Street' star)
Myleene Klass (former Hear'Say member)
Joe Swash (former 'EastEnders' star)
Phil Tufnell (former 'A Question of Sport' host)
Amir Khan (former boxing champion)
Paul Burrell (Princess Diana's former butler)
Princess Diana's former butler Paul Burrell has also signed up, and he will no doubt wow campmates with tales of the late Queen Elizabeth II 👑 pic.twitter.com/38IpWHjtYw
— The Mirror (@DailyMirror) September 28, 2022
Jordan Banjo (member of Diversity)
Andy Whyment ('Coronation Street' star)
Dean Gaffney ('former EastEnders' star)
Shaun Ryder (former Happy Mondays member)
Fatima Whitbread (Olympian)
Georgia Toffolo (former 'Made in Chelsea' star)
Out of all of the returning celebrities, only Joe Swash, Giorgia Toffolo and Phil Tufnell have already been crowned either Jungle King or Queen. Will this 'I'm A Celeb: All Stars' series see them take the crown for a second time, or will another former contestant be crowned the Person of the Jungle? Myleene Klass, Janice Dickinson, Shaun Ryder and Andy Whyment all came runners-up in their seasons.
Each of the celebrities has had a memorable moment on the show over its 21 series - but none more so than Gillian McKeith who the public constantly voted to do Bush Tucker Trial after Bush Tucker Trial. She's had enough of the show at one point that she fainted on air during a planned live edition of the competition. Here's how the moment went down.
The regular series of 'I'm A Celebrity' will return later this year with a fresh batch of contestants down under joining presenters Ant and Dec for season 22. Expect more details about this 'All Stars' edition in the new year.