The days feel so short at the minute, and we're finding ourselves settling down in front of the TV increasingly earlier every night to keep warm from the frosty nights. That's why we're so excited that I'm a Celebrity is back on our screens to keep us entertained every night.
And if this year's line-up is anything to go by, the 2023 series of I'm a Celebrity is set to be one of the most entertaining yet in our opinion.
Of course, our usual hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly will be back to host the show and give us a giggle while they put the celebs through their paces on the bush tucker trials.
From the star-studded lineup to what we can expect from the latest series, we've got everything you need to know about I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.
I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here line-up
She's swapping Hollywood for the Jungle for the next few weeks as the actress and singer who is most famous for starring in teen sitcom Zoey 101 (and is also the sister of Britney Spears) enters the Australian Jungle.
You've probably seen TV presenter Marvin on your TV along with his wife, Rochelle Humes. Before that, he was a member of X Factor boy band, JLS.
One of the more surprising celebs of this year is ex-politician and host of GB News, Nigel Farage who is set to cause some controversy after fellow politician Matt Hancock's stint on last year's show. Expect him to be doing plenty of trials.
This Morning host Josie is predicted to be a fan favourite in this year's series but she's made no secret of the fact she'll be very scared of the creepy crawlies in the jungle.
TV presenter Sam first rose to fame in reality series, Made In Chelsea. Now, he and his reality star girlfriend Zara McDermott (who you may recognise from Strictly Come Dancing) are forging successful careers in TV.
YouTuber turner TV presenter Nella has admitted she is very scared when it comes to creepy crawlies and even moved out of her own bedroom after a daddy long-legs flew in.
We're huge fans of Fred in First Dates and Gordon Gino and Fred's Road Trip so we're very excited to see how Fred fairs in the jungle.
You'll probably recognise newspaper food critic Grace Dent from Masterchef, and it's no surprise she's not looking forward to the food in camp.
As Hollyoaks longest serving star, you'll have probably seen Nick on your TV screens before in the role of Tony Hutchinson, even if you've never seen the soap.
The Eastenders star who plays Lola Pearce-Brown has revealed that she's particularly frightened of rats!
How to watch I'm a Celeb
You can tune in to watch I'm a Celeb weeknights on ITV at 9pm and catch up on ITVX.
Who won I'm a Celebrity 2022?
The brilliant Jill Scott won this year's show and was crowned Queen of the Jungle with Owen Warner and Matt Hancock being placed second and third.
Lorna White is a Senior Digital Writer at Yours.co.uk. She was previously a writer at Yours Magazine writing features and news stories before joining the digital team. Lorna loves the great British countryside and likes to spend her spare time out and about in her home of Nottinghamshire walking her dog, Pippin.
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