I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here is going to be a bit different this year with CoronaVirus preventing travel overseas so the clever people at ITV have come up with a brilliant Austraila alternative... the 2020 series will be done out of a Castle in Abergele, Wales instead.
A few questions are answered in this article so lets get started.
Are Ant & Dec back?
Of course the series would not be complete without Anthony McPartlin & Declan Donnelly who will preside over the Campmates' Capers every night for the next three weeks on ITV/STV.
Ant & Dec have given the campmates some small words of advice and that is to "expect the unexpected".
Who's taking part?
Ballroom Dancer and Britain's Got Talent Finalist
TV Legend and Serial Drama icon
Actor, Vlogger, Presenter and Author
HOLLIE ARNOLD MBE
Sportsperson and athlete
EastEnders star and Neon Jungle singer
BBC Radio 1 presenter
TV Presenter and Actor
SIR MO FARAH CBE
TV & Radio Presenter
When will the first BushTucker Trial happen?
The first BushTucker Trial, of sorts, has already happened. It's called Gates Of Hell and all of the celebrities participated. You'll have to tune in to find out how they got on.
Will the celebrities arrive in helicopters?
You will see the campmates fly over Snowdonia as they take their first look at what they'll call home for the next three weeks.
But only five will be delivered from the air. Those in the choppers will be Shane Richie, Beverley Callard, AJ Pritchard, Hollie Arnold and Sir Mo Farah.
However, Vernon Kay, Jessica Plummer, Jordan North, Giovanna Fletcher & Victoria Derbyshire met each other for the first time at the top of a cliff where their jungle journey begun.
This will be the celebrity's first chance to test their metal as they'll be battling for their rucksacks. Anyone without will not be given their stuff for the first night and have to sleep in whatever they have on. In the harsh coldness of Welsh weather this could be crucial.
What does this year's camp look like?
Browse through the gallery and discover for yourself.
Gwrych Castle is rustic-looking, and shows that the celebrities will really be back to basics. No electrical sockets so there will be a lack of mobile phone chargers and hair straighteners in camp - not that this will bother Sir Mo Farah.
Is Kiosk Kev and Dingo Dollar Challenges back?
Unfortunately Kiosk Kev didn't make it over from Australia due to CoronaVirus travel restrictions so he's still manning the Outback Shack in the traditional camp. The Dingo Dollars didn't do well on the British Pound Sterling exhange rate so this year the campmates will be competing in a daily "Castle Coin Challenge".
Upon doing some research, Ant & Dec have put their DNA Journey expertise to good use and found a long lost Welsh cousin called Kiosk Cledwyn who'll be keeping this year's campmates in order during Castle Coin Challenges. Kiosk Cledwyn manages Ye Olde Shoppe which is the Wales equivalent of The Outback Shack. Throughout the series, it is likely Ant & Dec will be revealing more facts on Kev's cousin.
When does I'm A Celebrity 2020 begin?
Tomorrow (Sunday 15 November) at 21:00 on ITV/STV.
Check back here for further updates on the 2020 series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
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