I'm A Celeb 2019
The lineup for this year's series of I'm A Celeb has been revealed and it's probably the best yet.
Check out the full list below:
The radio DJ admits, "Every emotion possible has been going through me."
He reveals he's thought about the bush tucker trial that involves eating animal parts and it doesn't bother him.
"Bugs, bums, willies, balls... I'll eat them all!"
The Rak-Su singer admits, "I don't know what to expect but at the same time, I know there's not gonna be bunny rabbits, it's gonna be man eating spiders."
"My barber actually told me if I keep my hair permanently wet then the bugs will be more likely to stay away from my hair."
The former Girls Aloud singer admits she wants, "to come across as herself," on the show.
"I wanna be a brave version of myself. You know the rope bridges on the way in?"
"What if I can't even get onto that?"
The Irish comedian reveals the one thing that terrifies him most is, "The idea of having creatures entering me is truly terrifying."
He also has a fear of the wild, "Just the noises... It's alive and you're just in it right?!"
The footballer admits he really doesn't like the idea of eating anything out of the ordinary.
"Is there penis' involved?.. Those are things I don't ever wanna eat"
It sounds like the EastEnders star is gonna be hilarious to watch in bush tucker trials.
She admits she doesn't like heights or spiders and she's not the best swimmer.
Jacqueline admits, "I don't really know why I'm doing the jungle actually..."
The journalist admits she hates creepy crawleys, "It's just the fear of things wriggling all over you and getting in your hair."
"If there was a bush tucker trial involving kittens, I would be amazing."
The BBC Radio 1 DJ is going to have a tough time in the jungle because she's terrified of spiders.
"Spiders are a deep rooted fear in me. Absolutely hate them."
The rugby player reminds us not to be fooled by his strong physical appearance.
"People think you're big, people think you're gonna be tough. Yeah there is that pressure."
"People look at you and go, "you'll be fine mate," and I'm like, "I'm absolutely not.""
The reality star has some experience in the jungle considering she appeared on the US version a couple years ago.
She tells The Irish Mirror, 'I did the US version of this and it was a very interesting experience last time I did it.'
'Last time, it was almost like a cleansing of the soul!'
I'm A Celeb returns this Sunday night at 9pm on ITV.