The new series of I'm A Celebrity got underway last night with a whole new set of celebs landing into the jungle for three weeks of, well, hell really. No point sugar coating it.
So far ten not-that-famous faces have set up camp including Dragons' Den's Duncan Bannatyne, aristocrat Lady Colin Campbell, Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley, Most Haunted presenter Yvette Fielding, former boxer Chris Eubank, fashion guru Susannah Constantine, former X Factor creative director Brian Friedman, Hollyoaks star Jorgie Porter, footballer Kieron Dyer and Union J's George Shelley. Yeah, we don't know who half of them are either but no doubt we'll get to know them soon. Oh, and we'll also have to make room in our brains for TOWIE's Ferne McCann, Geordie Shore's Vicky Pattison and Made in Chelsea's Spencer Matthews who will be joining the show on Wednesday.
The opening episode of the show last night saw the current ten celebs triumph in their first Bushtucker Trial which had them sitting in cages above a lake while insects were dropped in on them. Honestly, would you be able. Fair play to them though, they managed to score 10 meals for themselves.
The end of the show however saw Irish fans outraged (yes, OUTRAGED) as UTV Ireland cut transmission just as Ant and Dec were about to announce who would be doing tonight's Bushtucker Trial, although the broadcaster later tweeted their apologies.
It's Lady Colin and Jorgie Porter by the way.
Apologies to our viewers for the technical issues at the end of I'm A Celebrity. Lady Colin & Jorgie Porter will take part in the next trial
— UTV Ireland (@UTVIreland) November 16, 2015
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! is on UTV Ireland tonight at 9 pm. Will you be watching?