The official start date of 2023 is fast approaching for I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! and before long, Ant and Dec will return to our TV screens every night, accompanied by a fresh group of stars.
The finest names in the industry are rumoured to be prepared to give up their luxurious lifestyles for the Australian camp, as the official and verified I'm A Celeb line-up is top secret.
The Sun has released an "official" cast list which seems to have upset a number of fans who claim that they will boycott the show if it is true.
The inclusion of Nigel Farage, the former leader of the Brexit Party and UK Independence Party, has infuriated viewers.
One user wrote: "Simply won’t watch #Imaceleb’s attempt at rehabilitating Farage on family-friendly TV."
While another added: “I do find it icky that ITV gives a platform to Nigel Farage on I'm a Celebrity. OK, so they may be setting him up for a fall. But he gets a fee, it boosts his profile and it's an endorsement of him as a public figure. Whole thing is problematic. #imacelebrity”
Farage himself has not confirmed the link. I’m a Celebrity… bosses said: “Any names suggested for I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! are just speculation. We’ll announce our lineup in due course.”
Who could join the I'm a Celebrity 2023 lineup?
While nobody has been confirmed for 2023, rumoured entrants include:
The Made in Chelsea star is set to watch his partner Zara McDermott take part in Strictly but may be involved in some more reality TV of his own.
The Brexit-supporting politician is in "advanced talks" according to The Sun about going into the jungle.
The TV presenter has become a fixture on This Morning after the departure of Phillip Schofield.
England’s former rugby pinup made headlines earlier this year when he suggested former coach Eddie Jones had asked personal details about his sex life. Jones said the claims were "preposterous" and "absurd".
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The jockey is winding down his career at 52 but will he have time in his schedule for a trip to Australia?
Having entered last year, the Love Island star was forced to leave shortly into the experience after a blood test showed she had low potassium levels.
The darts legend has previously talked up his own enthusiasm for appearing on the show.
Bellew is a former professional boxer who competed from 2007 to 2018, and has since worked as a boxing analyst and commentator.
He held the WBC cruiserweight title from 2016 to 2017, and challenged for the undisputed cruiserweight championship in 2018.
Jamie-Lynn Spears is an American actress and singer, who played Zoey Brooks on the Nickelodeon teen sitcom Zoey 101, and Noreen Fitzgibbons in the Netflix romantic drama series Sweet Magnolias.
She is the younger sister of singer Britney Spears.
Nick Pickard is an actor, known for his portrayal of Tony Hutchinson in the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, a role he has held since its first episode in 1995; he remains the longest-serving cast member and in 2017, won the British Soap Award for Outstanding Achievement.
Fred Siriex is a French maître d'hôtel most renowned for his appearances on Million Pound Menu on BBC Two and First Dates on Channel 4. Before working at La Tante Claire in London, Sirieix received training to work in front of house at a Michelin-starred restaurant in his native Limoges, France.
Nella Rose is an influencer, who is well-known for her humorous skits and beauty videos.
Originally from Belgium, the social media celebrity currently resides in London. She began to make a name for herself in the field in 2018 and has since climbed to the top.
Harold is an English actress. She is best known for portraying the role of Lola Pearce-Brown in the BBC soap opera EastEnders.
Marvin Humes is a musician, radio host, disc jockey, and television presenter who formerly hosted the Capital Network's Monday through Thursday late-night show.
Grace Dent is a writer, broadcaster, and columnist from England. She authored a restaurant column for the Evening Standard from 2011 to 2017 and is currently a restaurant critic for The Guardian. She has been a frequent critic on MasterChef UK on the BBC and a guest on Very British Problems on Channel 4.