It's hard to believe it's been almost a year since ex-EastEnder Joe Swash was crowned King Of The Jungle, but I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is back again.
The line-up is yet to be announced, but the dozen contestants are currently in Australia secretly preparing for the tough time ahead.
Former Page 3 girl Sam Fox, boxer Joe Bugner, Kim Woodburn of How Clean Is Your House, Lizzie Cundy, wife of ex-footballer Jason, and Playboy model Bridget Marquardt are all rumoured to be taking part in this ninth series.
But with high-profile names flying around in the tabloids, don't be surprised to see some bigger stars announced in the coming week. Rik Mayall, Paul Gascoigne and friend of the ghosts Yvette Fielding have also been linked with the show.
Jack Osbourne has turned down a reported £100,000 offer to take part - although he is appearing on ITV2 spin-off show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here Now! - while Gavin and Stacey star James Corden was recently quoted saying he'd only ever take part if his career seriously hit the skids, and who can blame them?
You only have to think back to Paul Burrell's time in the jungle in 2004 for a reason not to go. Princess Diana's former butler was subjected to a whole host of terrifying trials, eating kangaroo testicles being just one of them.
Conditions in the camp are also famously rough. Even if you could face the extreme Bushtucker Trials, there's the jungle's heat and humidity to contend with, rudimentary sleeping arrangements, food rations and creepy crawlies.
Keeping clean isn't easy either, although the likes of Catalina Guirado, Nicola McLean, Nell McAndrew, Gemma Atkinson, Sophie Anderton and Jordan, as she was then, have certainly made the most of it - and the tabloid front pages - with their scantily-clad waterfall showers. There were lucrative modelling contracts for Myleene Klass following her Ursula Andress-inspired bathing.
The sight of ex-Metropolitan Police chief Brian Paddick washing in his birthday suit, however, didn't have quite the same effect.
For everything I'm A Celebrity has to throw at the contestants, perhaps worst of all is having to go through the experience with a load of other celebrities, some of whom will almost certainly hate the sight of each other.
Personality clashes are one of IACGMOOH's calling cards, and make for fantastic television. Let's have a look at the top six spats in the show's eight-year history:
Janice Dickinson v Lynne Franks
These two alpha females began sparring before they'd even entered the jungle. They rowed about who could coax Malcolm McClaren from his hotel room when he bottled it at the last minute, and on their first night cooking together they nagged each other over every unwashed veggie and culinary technique, leading Janice to label Lynne a "shrew" and a "freak". As the spat continued through their time in the jungle, Janice then joked about stabbing Lynne in her sleep and cooking her boobs. Luckily they managed to make peace in order to win a Bushtucker trial for the rest of the camp, though Janice still declared herself "queen of the b***hes".
Robert Kilroy-Silk v Timmy Mallet
Tempers bubbled over after former children's TV presenter Timmy showed his sadistic side by cackling hysterically while controversial politician Kilroy was being slimed and bitten to win food for the camp during the Bushtucker trial. Kilroy later risked his bullish persona by asking Timmy to stop picking on him.
Nicola McLean v David Van Day
Footballer's wife Nicola had it in for the former Dollar star after she thought he was targeting favourite Joe Swash. They later apparently kissed and made up, getting up close and personal for a Bushtucker trial, although the cracks began to show again after David admitted the flirting had been part of his game plan, and Nicola declared that his attention was unwanted.
John Lydon v The World
Punk rock legend John turned the jungle air blue with his potty mouth during the live portion of the show - sparking complaints to ITV and Ofcom - and got fellow contestants' backs up with his abrasive style. Never one to follow social convention, the Sex Pistol formerly known as Johnny Rotten then walked from the jungle without any explanation.
Janet Street Porter v Paul Burrell
Journalist Janet couldn't stop herself from winding up the controversial former butler of Princess Diana. "I'd rather eat maggots than be nice to Paul Burrell," she said before going into the jungle and, boy, did she stick to her word! The two clashed over Paul's incessant chatter about the Royal Family, and just about everything else they talked about. Janet also wound up East 17 frontman Brian Harvey by criticising him for breaking wind.
Rhona Cameron v Nigel Benn and Darren Day
The camp was awash with arguments during the very first series in 2002.
Rhona's bluntness - including telling Darren Day he was like TV comic character Frank Spencer, wound up several of her campmates, and she was dubbed Rhona the Moaner. She had a major falling-out with former boxer Benn, accusing him of bullying and mocking his Bible-reading. Nigel said that if she were a man "he'd knock her sparko". Rhona became famous for her "sometimes" speech, when she couldn't take the tension any more, which won her an award as the best reality TV moment of the year. She told the camp: "Sometimes I'm patronising. Sometimes I'm sarcastic. Sometimes he's (Nigel Benn) hot-headed. Sometimes Nell (McAndrew) says nothing. Sometimes Uri (Geller) dramatises little things like farts, like he's an alien who's never seen one before. Sometimes Tony (Blackburn) misses things because he's slightly slower. Sometimes Tara (Palmer-Tomkinson) is like a child who's never been able to make a cup of tea. Sometimes, sometimes we are all like that, OK? That's life, that's personalities."