START up the jungle drums as this is your full I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! All Stars line-up.
The 15-strong group of celebrities – the largest ever to take part in the iconic ITV series – have already completed filming for the programme, which is set to air next year.
Presenters Ant McPartlin, 46, and Declan Donnelly, 47, recently revealed they were filming the iconic ITV spin-off series in South Africa.
A show source said: “It’s a different format to Australia, who knows when and where celebrities will enter camp, literally anything could happen.
“It’s not clear how many will start in camp or how many will be there by the end when one is crowned King or Queen of the jungle, possibly for a second time.
“It’s the best of I’m A Celebrity, quite literally, but there’s some twists and surprises along the way for viewers and campers so it’s not going to be as straightforward as they might think.”
Phil Tufnell will be hoping to regain his jungle king crown after his win in 2003Credit: Getty
Everyone’s favourite spin-bowler turned cricket pundit will be taking a second stab at jungle life.
Phil, 56, nicknamed The Cat by his cricket pals, will return to the series following his victorious stint in 2003.
The Question of Sport star took home the coveted jungle crown, beating the likes of footballer John Fashanu and designer Linda Barker.
Yet the South African jungle terrain might be more of a sticky wicket.
Boxer Amir Khan is braving his bug fears with a second jungle stintCredit: Getty
Amir will return just four years after his I’m A Celeb debut in 2018 – in which he became one of the best-paid contestants ever.
Fans will no doubt remember how the hardman was terrified by creepy crawlies and secretly scoffed strawberries behind the backs of his campmates with radio presenter Iain Lee, causing fury in camp.
Talking of his first stint in camp, he said: “I enjoyed it. It’s one of the best things I ever did. Going in the jungle, being away from everyone, being focused, focusing on you and what you want to do in life.”
Princess Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell starred on the show in 2004Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
After such a bombshell few weeks for the royal family, Paul Burrell, 64, might just prove to be one of the standout stars of the series.
He will no doubt spill a series of new anecdotes about the late Queen Elizabeth and his time as Princess Diana’s Rock.
Few can forget Princess Diana’s former butler’s understandable meltdown in 2004 as he gurned his way through the Bushtucker Trials, trying to grab meal tokens from inside holes filled with rats and bugs.
This was why ITV producers were desperate for him to sign him up for next year’s All Stars series.
A TV insider told us: “His bizarre facial expressions during the Bushtucker Challenge have gone down in the jungle’s history books.”
Diversity’s Jordan Banjo could impress camp with his backflipsCredit: ITV
Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo, 29, will be hoping to improve on his stint in 2016 which saw him the fourth star voted out.
The Britain’s Got Talent performer – famed for his high kicks and backflips – will now reunite with his 2016 co-star Carol Vorderman, who appeared with him in the previous line-up with him in Australia.
That year, Gogglebox fave Scarlett Moffatt triumphed to be crowned Queen of the Jungle.
A source said: “ITV hope that Jordan will bring plenty of banter to their highly anticipated first All Stars series.”
Coronation Street star Andy Whyment is returning to jungle life three years after finishing a close secondCredit: Getty
He will return to ITV’s most popular programme just three years after finishing a close second on the regular show in 2019. He was beaten by fellow soap star Jacqueline Jossa.
The loveable northerner proved a huge hit with viewers during his time in the Australian jungle.
A TV insider said: “Andy is hugely popular with audiences, who love his down-to-earth nature and sense of humour.
“He’s the perfect antidote to some of the divas and egos who are likely to be in the final line-up and producers are keen to strike the right balance.”
EastEnders actor Dean Gaffney will step back into his jungle bootsCredit: Getty
Loveable rogue Dean, 44, is a firm jungle favourite and another hugely popular soap star.
Dean, best known for playing Robbie Fowler in EastEnders, first took part back in 2006 when Busted bassist Matt Willis was crowned King.
He was one of the earliest names mooted by producers, and they acted quickly to snap him up.”
A source told us: “Dean is regarded as one of the best contestants the show has ever had. When the All Stars show was first mooted he was a name that everyone wanted to get on board.”
Happy Monday’s star Shaun Ryder is part of the line-up – despite branding his show result as ‘rigged’Credit: Handout
Happy Mondays legend Shaun is another former runner-up hoping to triumph a second time around.
The 60-year-old singer was pipped to the throne by Stacey Solomon in 2010, and is making his comeback despite claiming the outcome of the series is “rigged.”
The Gogglebox contestant appeared on the show back in 2010 and lost out on first place to Stacey Solomon.
Speaking after his last appearance, he said of Stacey’s win: “As far as I am concerned the game was rigged. I really do mean that.”
You Are What You Eat’s Gillian McKeith will take a second stab at jungle lifeCredit: ITV
You Are What You Eat star Gillian gave viewers one of the most legendary moments in the show’s history when she took part in 2010 alongside Shaun and Stacey.
The 62-year-old famously fainted while taking part in a Bushtucker Trial, with hosts Ant and Dec having to catch her before she was given oxygen.
During her time in the Australian jungle, Gillian was voted to do a number of Bushtucker trials by the public – and she’ll perhaps be hoping she’s given an easier time this time around.
Carol is likely to be one of the All Stars’ most popular contestantsCredit: Getty
Maths guru Carol Vorderman has blessed our screens for more than 40 years and will return to camp once again.
Carol, a former Rear of the Year winner, came eighth, lasting 18 days in the Australian jungle with Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt bagging the crown.
Toff scooped her jungle queen crown in 2017Credit: Getty
Former jungle queen Toff will return to try to regain her crown.
The Made In Chelsea socialite, 27, has agreed to take part in the pre-recorded series filmed in South Africa for a fee vastly superior to 2017’s – having become one of the lowest paid stars in the show’s history bagging just £13,000.
Helen Flanagan’s All Stars since will mark a decade since her I’m A Celeb debutCredit: Getty
Helen will make a major show comeback a decade after her first jungle stint – when she took part in the iconic jungle waterfall shower leaving fans aghast.
Helen, 32, who played Rosie Webster in Corrie, first entered the camp in 2012 when EastEnders actress Charlie Brooks won.
She was the fifth celebrity to be evicted and said: “I didn’t think it would be so intense.”
Previously it was reported how I’m A Celeb’s cameramen fought over who would film stars including Helen in the shower scenes.
Janice Dickinson was one of I’m A Celeb’s most controversial starsCredit: Getty
She came second behind Christopher Biggins in the explosive series.
Janice was branded “vile” by her former campmates – but will her new crop of co-stars feel the same?
Myleene Klass has been dubbed I’m A Celeb’s ‘sexiest ever’ starCredit: Getty
Mylenee has been dubbed I’m A Celeb’s “sexiest ever” contestant so fans will no doubt be eagerly anticipating her All Stars stint.
Her return to the jungle will evoke memories of her 2006 shower scene, which is often voted by fans as one of the ITV programme’s top moments.
The bikini Myleene wore in the jungle — when she finished second to Busted star Matt Willis — was auctioned for charity and raised £7,500.
Ex EastEnders actor Joe Swash will be hoping to regain his Jungle King crownCredit: Getty
EastEnders favourite Joe, 40, will be attempting to re-gain his Jungle King crown in the bumper new series.
The actor won the 2008 series and hosted the ITV2 sister show for ten years from 2009.
He is married to former X Factor singer Stacey Solomon – who is herself an I’m A Celeb champ.
Fatima Whitbread is the last I’m A Celeb All Stars name to be revealedCredit: PA:Press Association
Olympian Fatima Whitbread, 61, rounds off the I’m A Celeb All Stars line-up.
The javelin thrower has been on screens most recently in similarly brutal reality show Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins.
Fatima first starred on I’m A Celeb in 2011, and finished in an impressive third place.
In one of the most memorable – and gross – I’m a Celeb moment ever, a cockroach got stuck up her nose and had to be removed by Medic Bob.