This year I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! will look very different as 10 stars head to Wales to face the cold instead of Australia’s Gold Coast, and what a line-up it is.
As the show reaches its 20th series, hosts Ant and Dec will join a new batch of celebs at Gwrch Castle in north Wales.
And the Grade I castle in Abergele, with views over the Irish Sea, is a far-cry from the jungle.
Waiting to take on the challenges on the ITV reality show, set to return to our screens next Sunday, are a former Rovers Return landlady and an Olympian and Paralympian.
Meet the I’m A Celebrity class of 2020 …
Sir Mo Farah
It will be interesting to see the British long-distance runner and most successful British track athlete in modern Olympic Games history run the gauntlet at Gwrych Castle as he takes on a very different challenge.
Mo is the 2012 and 2016 Olympic gold medallist in both the 5000m and 10,000m and he won the 2018 Chicago Marathon in a time of 2:05:11, a European record.
Mo, the most decorated athlete in British history, was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 2013 and was knighted by the Queen in the 2017 New Year Honours for services to athletics.
While growing up in Hounslow, west London, he got a job at McDonald’s. His ambition was to become a car mechanic or play as a right winger for Arsenal football club but his athletic talent was spotted by a PE teacher.
Radio One DJ Jordan is stepping out from behind the microphone and in front of the cameras.
He grew up in Burnley and worked for Spark FM while studying at the University of Sunderland.
After university he worked as a researcher and producer at BBC Radio 5 Live while presenting shows on Capital North East and Capital Manchester.
He was then the drive-time presenter for Rock FM across Lancashire and began covering shows on Radio One.
In 2018 he was the new host for the Sunday morning Greatest Hits show and from September this year he was announced as the new regular 11am to 1pm weekend host.
Jordan, 30, is also the main cover presenter for Scott Mills and Nick Grimshaw.
The stage and screen actor is best known for playing lovable wheeler dealer Alfie Moon in EastEnders.
He played Alfie in the BBC One soap between 2002 and 2005, again from 2010 until 2016, then its spin-off drama Redwater in 2017 and he returned to EastEnders in 2018 for another stint until 2019.
Shane, 56, also presented the 90s kids’ quiz show Run the Risk during the BBC Saturday morning show Going Live and he hosted the game shows Caught in the Act, Win, Lose or Draw, The Shane Richie Experience and Lucky Numbers.
He also replaced Danny Baker in the Daz doorstep challenge TV ads for Daz detergent.
His son Jake Roche, with his ex wife Coleen Nolan, is the frontman of the pop rock band Push Baby.
The band, formerly called Rixton, had a massive hit with Me And My Broken Heart.
Award-winning journalist Victoria is main presenter of BBC News at Nine on BBC One and has also presented Newsnight and BBC Panorama.
In 2015 the broadcaster bravely documented her mastectomy and she was one of a group of plucky celebs to appear on ITV’s The Real Full Monty to raise awareness of breast cancer.
News anchor and TV presenter Victoria recently apologised after saying she would break the rule of six if it was still in place at Christmas.
The 52-year-old from Ramsbottom said ‘it was hypothetical’ but said it was ‘totally wrong to say it and I’m sorry.’
Earlier this year her BBC current affairs show was axed in amid cuts.
The programme won a Bafta in 2017 and has been nominated for several awards, including the RTS presenter prize.
Victoria and her husband Mark have two sons Oliver, 16, and Joe, 13.
Vernon, from Bolton, hosted the 90s kids’ TV show Fully Booked and went on to have his own Radio One show between 2004 and 2012.
From 2006 until 2015 he presented the primetime game show All Star Family Fortunes.
The 46-year-old has two daughters Phoebe, 16, and Amber, 11, with his wife Strictly Come Dancing host Tess Daly, 51.
After Family Fortunes ended in 2015 he has hosted Formula E racing on Channel 5 and YouTube and also fronted Beat the Star between 2008 and 2009 and diving show Splash until it was axed after two runs in 2014.
Hollie Arnold CBE
Grimsby paralympian Hollie was 11 when she competed at her first disability sport event in Blackpool.
The javelin thrower, who was born without her right forearm, was the youngest ever field athlete to compete in the Paralympics at the age of 13 at the 2008 Beijing games, throwing a personal best.
She also threw a personal best in 2012 Summer Paralympics in London.
In 2016 she took the gold medal in Rio, throwing a new world record at the same time.
Hollie, 26, received an MBE in the 2017 New Year’s Honours list.
In August it was announced that Beverley, who played iconic Rovers Return barmaid and landlady Liz McDonald from 1989 until this year, had left the famous Coronation Street cobbles.
But sadly it was without the dramatic exit she was expecting due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Her character Liz’s departure to Spain was referenced by her son Steve, who said he could do with her support after his son Oliver was diagnosed with an incurable illness.
The news that the Weatherfield legend was leaving after 30 years sent shockwaves across soapland.
Bev follows in the footsteps of last year’s finalist Andy Whyment, who plays Kirk Sutherland in the soap.
Former Strictly Come Dancing pro dancer AJ announced he was quitting the BBC One show earlier this year.
The dancer’s spokesman said AJ was “going to follow his dreams” of presenting TV shows with his brother, Curtis, who starred in last summer’s series of Love Island.
AJ, 26, joined the show in 2016, partnered with gymnast Claudia Fragapane, and he went on to compete with The Saturdays singer Mollie King, Paralympic athlete Lauren Steadman and vlogger Saffron Barker in his final year.
AJ started dancing at the age of 12 and in 2013 he and his professional dance partner Chloe Hewitt auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent and reached the live semi-finals.
Giovanna, 35, is an author, blogger and TV presenter.
The doting mum has three sons Buzz, Buddy and Max with her pop star husband Tom Fletcher from the band McFly.
Her debut novel Billy and Me was published in 2013, followed by You’re the One That I Want, Dream a Little Dream and Always with Love.
In 2017 she published her first non-fiction book, Happy Mum, Happy Baby: My Adventures in Motherhood.
Giovanni, the presenter of The Baby Club on CBeebies, irst met Tom at the famous Sylvia Young Theatre School when they were 13.
Ex EastEnders star Jessica, 28, recently left the soap when her popular character Chantelle Atkins was murdered by her bullying husband Gray in a harrowing domestic violence storyline.
The shocking storyline was aimed at reflecting the mortality rates in abusive relationships and highlight the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on domestic violence.
The actress and singer was a member of the girl group Neon Jungle from 2013 to 2015.
They supported Jessie J on her Alive Tour and performed alongside Taylor Swift at the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.
Their debut album Neon Jungle Welcome to the Jungle, which entered the UK Albums Chart at number eight.
Jessica has a daughter Noa who was born in 2016.