Ant and Dec and their 2022 version of the reality competition will be back on familiar territory later this year.

The summer is only just beginning but we're already looking forward to what awaits us when the cold snap of autumn and winter hits. One thing we know for sure is that 'I'm a Celebrity' is headed back to Australia for the series' first time in three years.

Geordie presenters Ant and Dec appeared on 'This Morning' with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield earlier today, revealing the news. The pair are currently hosting 'Britain's Got Talent', which is on its 15th season.

Declan Donnelly said: "If they let us in the country, we’ll be back in. We had two lovely years in Wales, we really enjoyed our time in Wales, but this show has to be in Australia, we have to go back."

'I'm A Celebrity' viewers missed out on the Australian jungle antics for the past two years while the series was filmed at Gwrych Castle in North Wales. However, the 2022 edition of the show - and its rumoured All Stars edition - will see the hosts head back to the heat.

But this All Stars version (no doubt inspired by 'RuPaul's Drag Race'), which still remains unconfirmed but is definitely happening, is actually a spin-off of the main series, and would see returning winners head to a new location in South Africa instead.

Previous winners of the competition include Kerry Katona, Joe Pasquale, Matt Willis, Gino D'Acampo, Vicky Pattison and Kian Egan.

Ant McPartlin, while Declan Donnelly attempted to cut him off as it's still a "secret", said: "I don’t know why it’s never been done before. But it’s a spin-off from the main show where we’ve got ex-camp mates who all come together in South Africa, competing in challenges and trials. It’s going to be great."

'I'm a Celebrity' returning to the sunny and sometimes rainy jungle in Australia will come as exciting news to fans, as the castle in Wales just didn't feel right. Although it did help pass the time during the beginning of winter, it's thrilling to know that we're heading back down under with the presenters for another fresh batch of guinea pigs contestants at the end of the year.