I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! - everything you need to know about the latest series...
I'm A Celebrity 2020 is in its final week, but who will be crowned the king or queen of the castle for the very first time?
Over the past two weeks we have watched campmates living in Gwrych Castle, while facing their fears in Bushtucker Trials, surviving on a diet of rice and beans, and washing in the word's smallest shower.
When is the final of I'm A Celebrity 2020?
The final of I'm A Celebrity 2020 will hit our screens on Friday 4th December at 9pm and we couldn't be more excited!
Who is taking part in I’m A Celebrity 2020?
The stars taking part in this year’s I’m A Celebrity are...
As well as being married to McFly's Tom Fletcher, mum-of-three Giovanna is also a best-selling author, podcaster, and is best friends with Emma Willis, while Mario Falcone from TOWIE is her brother.
Speaking of of being on the show, Giovanna said: "As soon as I got the call asking if I would take part, it was a no brainer for me as I'm such a fan.
"It's going to be so weird when I arrive, as it will be like stepping inside my TV!"
As soon as she entered the camp Gi got to work making friends and has taken on the role as the mother figure of the group.
Giovanna recently made headlines when she was one of the few celebrities not to get her message from home, leaving fans fuming on her behalf.
Former EastEnders star Shane, best known to soap fans as Walford's Alfie Moon, actually signed up for this year's series of I'm A Celebrity back in January.
Speaking of his new adventure he said: "To make my kids proud would be so nice. They were too young for the height of Alfie Moon, and they have only seen Daddy dressed as a drag queen!"
Shane has already proved to be the joker of the camp, entertaining his fellow campers with his one-liners and stories from his life in the world of showbiz.
Sir Mo Farah
Mo Farah has been a fan of the show for years, and now he has got his own chance to be crowned King of the Castle.
Talking about singing up for the show, Mo said: "It will be nice for people to see me doing something other than running!"
The four-times Olympic gold medallist has already made the nation fall in love with his warm and caring nature. But will he be crowned king?
Former EastEnders star Jessica recently left the soap when her character, Chantelle Atkins, was tragically killed by her abusive husband, Gray.
Opening up about her phobias Jessica said: "My family are all like 'Jess seriously, you are such a scaredy cat and you are so precious about your luxuries, what are you signing up for?!'
"But I'm reminding them that I did go camping as a kid and I know I have got it in me. I am quite competitive and hopefully this will spur me on."
Jessica has already proved that she can take on any challenge by abseiling down a cliff face, drinking numerous grim cocktails and even enduring a bug massage!
Coronation Street legend Beverley has played Liz McDonald for the last 30 years, but now fans have had the chance to get to know the actress behind the character.
Beverley said: "People think I'm glamorous as I have played Liz for so long, but I'm not."
The actress has endeared herself to viewers with her secret revelations from the Coronation Street set, as well as sharing some surprise secrets from her marriage!
This isn't the first time TV presenter Vernon has been asked to join the I'm A Celebrity line up, but this year bosses were delighted then he finally agreed to take part.
Vernon has left wife Tess Daly, best known for presenting Strictly Come Dancing, and their two children at home as he takes on the challenge of a lifetime in the Welsh castle.
The TV star has proved to be a dab hand at tasks, taking control of each challenge with a clear head and determination.
Vernon has also shown he enjoys a laugh and has formed a close friendship with his campmates.
Former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer AJ is swapping sequins and fake tan for creepy crawlies and thermals as he heads into the castle.
There was a panic that AJ might not make the final line up after he tested positive for covid while in isolation in Wales, but thankfully he got the green light to head into camp and has been entertaining viewers ever since.
Victoria is a journalist, broadcaster and the main presenter for the BBC News at Nine on BBC One. She has also previously presented Newsnight and Panorama.
Before heading into camp, Victoria said that she is scared of spiders and confined spaces. But she has managed to overcome her fears in trials and bring home stars for dinners.
Hollie Arnold MBE is a Paralympian, winning gold for javelin at the Paralympic, World Commonwealth and European championships.
After two weeks in camp, Hollie was the first celebrity to be voted off by the public, leaving the camp in mourning after she went.
Radio 1 DJ Jordan has admitted that he is scared of pretty much everything that will be thrown at him while in the I'm A Celebrity camp.
The 30-year-old has revealed that he has so many phobias that he is scared of letting people down, but his cheery character on the radio means he is bound to keep his campmates entertained.
Jordan faced his fear of heights during the abseiling task in the first episode, while then taking on snakes and confined spaces in his first Bushtucker Trial.
Since then Jordan's cheeky persona has made him one of the favourites in camp.
Olivier award-winner Ruthie made her West End debut back in the 1980s and is looking to shake her life up a bit after working in the same industry for the last 35 years.
Before joining the camp, Ruthie admitted to being scared of enclosed spaces, and revealed George Clooney and Gerard Butler would be her ideal campmates!
Sadly for Ruthie, George didn't make it into camp, and she became the second celebrity to be voted out by the public.
Classical singer Russell rose to fame after he sang God Save The Queen at the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final in 1999.
Since then he has enjoyed a hugely successful career as an operatic and pop tenor, and has even survived a brain tumour.
Russell said he is scared of most things, but has taken on all the Bushtucker Trials thrown at him nonetheless.
Is Joey Essex coming back?
It has been reported that past campmates Joey, Joe Swash, Charlie Brooks and Vicky Pattison will all be making appearances in the new series.
It's not clear if they will actually be campmates again or if they will just be taking part in trials, but if they were suddenly thrown into the castle mix it will certain liven things up!
Ant and Dec are back!
Ant and Dec are of course back, bringing viewers all the latest updates from the castle camp.
For the first time they will be able to announce who has been crowned King or Queen of the Castle!
The duo’s return was confirmed when ITV officially announced Series 20 back in July.
How can I watch I'm A Celebrity online?
After I'm A Celebrity has been broadcast it will be available on catch-up service ITV Hub.
ITV Hub is a great way of catching up with your favourite ITV shows if you’ve missed them on screen.
If you would like to watch I'm A Celebrity online from abroad there is a handy way to watch your favourite TV shows from wherever you are in the world, and it is called VPN.
This lets you get around the usual digital barriers by changing your IP address, meaning you can watch your favourite TV shows even if you’re away from home.
Click here to find out more.
Who won last year’s I’m A Celebrity?
Ex-EastEnders star, Jacqueline Jossa was crowned Queen of the Jungle in 2019.
She was up against Coronation Street star, Andy Whyment and Capital FM presenter, Roman Kemp.
“It was not what I expected. It was a lot harder,” said Jacqueline at the time.
“I didn't think it would be such a turning point in life, I went in as one person, I feel like I have come out as a different person."
What is The Daily Drop?
The new show is filmed in a virtual studio and is available on the ITV Hub from 7am the morning after each main show.
The Daily Drop will also be repeated on ITV2.
I’m a Celebrity continues on weeknights and Sundays at 9pm and Saturdays at 8.45pm on ITV through to its final on Friday 4 December.
New episodes of I’m A Celebrity…The Daily Drop hosted by Vick Hope will be on the ITV Hub from 6am daily.
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