I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! fans have been patiently waiting for the teaser of this year's show, and last night they were treated to a glimpse. Ooooh...
Yesterday, Declan Donnelly took to Twitter to announce that a trailer would be dropping during The X Factor ads on Saturday night. He wrote: "Keep your eyes peeled around #TheXFactor tonight, might just be the premiere of this years #ImACeleb promo. Not long now…🇦🇺 D"
The 40-second trailer was then aired last night, and followed the funny story of an Australian father and daughter who were trekking through the jungle while talking about the ‘legend’ of I’m A Celeb.
The daughter asks her dad a series of questions, like: "them eating kangaroo danglies, is that true?" and "finding a face full of fish guts? Finding a croc up their creek?". Her dad confirms they're all true.
The teaser also revealed that this year's show will be starting in November. This is the first hint at an air-date, but a specific start date has not yet been revealed.
Fans were also quick to point out that new presenter Holly Willoughby - who's stepping in for Ant McPartlin this year - was absent from the trailer. Normally, Ant and Dec star in the TV commercials, but it looks like this year ITV are shaking things up. VERY interesting...
But considering that long-time I'm A Celeb presenter Dec was also absent from this year's trailer, we don't think Holly's absence is anything to worry about.
Swipe through to see the I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here winners:
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here winners radio stacked
Tony Blackburn was the first celebrity to win the show back in 2002.
England cricketer Phil Tufnell won the show with his hilarious personality in 2003.
Kerry Katona was the first woman to win the show in 2004.
Joe Pasquale won the show when it returned later in the year of 2004.
Journalist Carol Thatcher won the show in 2005 when she beat soap stars Sheree Murphy and Sid Owen.
Busted member Matt Willis was a popular winner in 2006.
Lovable Biggins shared the jungle with the likes of Katie Hopkins and Janice Dickinson and went on to win the show in 2007.
Cheeky chap Joe Swash swapped EastEnders for the jungle and won the show in 2008.
The nation fell in love with Gino in 2009.
After showing off her bubbly personality on The X Factor, Stacey Solomon entered the jungle and won the show in 2010.
McFly guitarist Dougie Poynter was crowned King of the Jungle ahead of TOWIE's Mark Wright in 2011.
EastEnders actress Charlie Brooks couldn't believe it when Ant and Dec announced her as the winner in 2012.
After 22 days in the jungle, Westlife star Kian Egan was crowned the King in 2013.
Retired world super bike racer Carl 'Foggy' Fogarty won over the viewing public in 2014.
Vicky Pattison showed a different side to her usual Geordie Shore antics, winning over the public and being crowned Queen of the Jungle.
Former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt was crowned Queen of the Jungle after winning the show in 2016.
Made In Chelsea star Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo won the show in 2017 after beating Jamie Lomas.
Former football manager Harry Redknapp is the current King of the Jungle after beating Emily Atack in 2018.
Despite the likes of Ian Wright and Caitlyn Jenner signing up for the 2019 series, it was former EastEnders actress Jac Jossa who was crowned Queen of the Jungle, beating Coronation Street's Andy Whyment in the final.
Podcaster Giovanna Fletcher became the first ever Queen of the Castle in 2020, going up against the likes of Shane Richie, Vernon Kay and Mo Farah!
Emmerdale actor Danny Miller became the first ever KING of the Castle in 2021 after a hectic series. He went up against the likes of David Ginola, Simon Gregson and Frankie Bridge!
Rumoured contestants for this year's show include Katie Price’s ex and former stripper Kieran Hayler, Good Morning Britain presenter Kate Garraway, Love Island winner Dani Dyer and Great British Bake Off 2015 winner Nadiya Hussain.
We're keeping our eyes peeled for news on who's actually entering the jungle - and we'll share all of the juicy goss once we find out.